The Globe is the journal of the Australian and New Zealand Map Society Inc. (ANZMapS). It includes selected papers from the ANZMapS annual conference, contributed articles, reviews and reports. Articles and papers are peer-reviewed.
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This list includes the contents of The Globe no. 41 onwards, including articles and reports. for issues 41-55, contents listed below are sorted by author surname, and do not include book reviews, reports on conferences or other similar materials listed below. From issue 56 onwards, the complete contents are listed in page order. Also, since issue 46, The Globe has contained Refereed Articles (peer-reviewed) and Reports (unreviewed); reports are indicated by [report] after the title.
Back issues of The Globe are available.
The Globe #41 (1995)
Aplin, G, ‘Changing maps of changing cities: mapping urban change’, p.19-26.
Ayyar, M, ‘Mapping via Internet: transmitting maps electronically’, p. 88-94.
Benson, D, ‘Mapping vegetation’, p. 40-44.
Clancy, R, ‘Historic cartography of the thematic map, p.10-18.
Denholm, D, ‘To map is to discover: the realisation of shape & context’, p.1-9.
Hogan, C, ‘Mapping beach conditions to provide an efficient rescue service’, p. 68-82.
Kohen, J, ‘Mapping aboriginal linguistics & clan boundaries in the Sydney region’, p.32-9.
Mackenzie, A, ‘Geographical patterns of crime’, p. 83-87.
Martyn, J, ‘Geological mapping on the Macintosh’, p. 27-31.
Pressey, R. & Ferrier, S, ‘Types, limitations & uses of geographic data in conservation planning’, p. 45-52.
Selkirk P. & Adamson, D, ‘Mapping Macquarie Island’, p. 53-67.
Thomas, R, ‘Lost and found in space: digital data and map libraries’, p. 95-101.
The Globe #42 (1995)
Baker, G, ‘Towards a national land and geographic data infrastructure’, p. 1-14.
Buckley, C, ‘The value of maps and charts in regional and family history’, p. 48-61.
Cooke, T, ‘Maps for orienteering’, p. 49-57.
Jones, A, & Prescott, D, ‘Digital spatial data and libraries in Australia’, p. 15-35.
Roberts, J, ‘Problems of survival: is it a beginning, an end or a continuation of the status quo?’ [report], p.62-70.
Robson, R, ‘Radar elevation model (REM)’, p. 36-48.
The Globe #43 (1995)
Atchison, J, ‘Towards an Australian national place names project’ [report], p. 47-59.
Benson, J, ‘Sampling, strategies and costs of regional vegetation mapping’, p. 18-28.
Bowie, I, ‘Whose environment are we mapping?’, p. 12-17.
Cooper, R, ‘The 1:250 000 scale hydrogeological map series of the Murray Basin’ [report], p. 60-67.
Epps, R, ‘Mapping broom by satellite imagery at Barrington Tops NSW’, p. 6-11.
Ferry, J, ‘Mapping the New South Wales free selection acts in colonial New England’, p. 29-42.
Lamble, W, ‘The role of the library map collection in assisting export trade’, p. 43-46.
Paxton, I, ‘Digital developments at the NSW LIC’ [report], p. 68-69.
Williams, B, ‘Hazard mapping’, p. 1-5.
The Globe #44 (1996)
Birtles, T, ‘Cartographic dreaming: the Bourbon search for Paradise’, p. 10-16.
Chatwin, D, ‘The whale charts produced by Matthew Fontaine Maury’, p. 59-67.
Dunkley, J, ‘Maps of Australian caves and karst’, p. 41-44.
McCarthy, J, ‘The story of Adastra: its aerial survey and mapping activities’, p.45-58.
McDonald, B, ‘Filling in the maps’ [report], p. 68-73.
Moore, J, ‘Heritage and mapping: a future for the past?’, p. 17-23.
Mulvaney, J, ‘A continent for mapping’, p. 1-9.
Scurfield, G, & Scurfield, J, ‘Creating a landlord’s landscape: special surveys in Victoria’, p. 24-40.
The Globe #45 (1997)
Cartwright, W. et al, ‘Investigations into the use of new media and the provision of map products’, p. 1-13.
Eccleston, G, ‘Major Mitchell’s use of Bate’s anaglyptograph to map Greenhill Lake and notes on subsequent maps using inclined contours’, p. 32-41.
Jones, A, ‘The Australian Spatial Data Infrastructure: in the public interest?’, p. 14-18.
Prescott, D, ‘Maps of Australia in book: a cartobibliography’, p. 19-31.
Prescott, V, ‘Significant contributions of maps to the development of international boundary disputes before 1914’, p. 42-54.
The Globe #46 (1998)
Cain, J, ‘Providing a digital mapping service in a map library’, p. 70-77.
Davis, S, & Prescott, D, ‘Symbolism of traditional aboriginal geographical knowledge of Australia’, p. 1-20.
Joyce, E, ‘Mapping the geology of the earth: from William Smith in 18th century England to Australian geological surveys in the 19th century …’, p. 59-69.
Liebenberg, E, ‘The role of the compilation map in British South Africa’, p. 42-58.
Richardson, W, ‘Enigmatic Indian Ocean coastlines on early maps and charts’, p. 21-41.
The Globe #47 (1998)
Dilley, A & Edwards, M, ‘Satellite-based monitoring of grassland curing in Victoria, Australia’, p. 11-15.
Ghobrial, J, ‘Tactual mapping, the Australian scene’ [report], p. 57-58.
Hocking, D, ‘Natmap early days, map compilation from aerial photographs 1948 – 1970s’, p. 16-34.
King, R, ‘Terra Australis, New Holland and New South Wales: the Treaty of Tordesillas and Australia’, p. 35-55.
Rowland, B, ‘Electronic charts, navigation into the 21st century’ [report], p. 56.
Steed, J, ‘The geocentric datum of Australia’, p. 5-10.
Willis, R, ‘1998 Australian Map Circle Conference: keynote address’ [report], p. 1-4.
The Globe #48 (1999)
Marques, A, ‘The Portuguese Prince Pedro’s Purchase of the Fra Mauro Map from Venice’, p. 1-34.
Scurfield, J, ‘An Extensive and Distant Survey: Nautical Surveying of the Australian Coast 1770-1880’, p. 35-46.
Sinclair, J, ‘Maps as a Tool for Understanding World War I’, p. 47-58.
The Globe #49 (2000)
Cartwright, W, ‘Looking back and looking forward: the development of multimedia cartography and the evolution of a unique geographical information presentation’, p.41-56.
Foale, M & Smith, D, ‘The evolution of regional knowledge and understanding through maps: a case study of the upper south east of South Australia’, p. 1-24.
Hutchings, I, ‘Queensland place names process’ [report], p. 60-64.
Landy, K, ‘Rural road addressing’ [report], p. 57-59.
O’Connor, M, ‘The National Library of Australia’s rare map digitization project’,p.25-30.
Pullar, D, ‘Cartography and scientific method’, p. 31-40.
The Globe #50 (2000)
Cartwright, W, ‘Understanding map projections’, p.54-58.
Gartner, G, ‘Interactions with maps – methods and developments’, p.11-18.
Jaksa, D, ‘New features for GEODATA SPOT-LITE’, p.59-63.
Marshall, B, ‘The first map stamps of Australia and New Zealand’, p.19-26.
Rutherford, D, ‘Captive cartography: map production in prisoner of war camps in World War II’, p.1-10.
Shephard, D, ‘Imagining the country – exploring and mapping Australia’, p.47-53.
Steward, H, ‘Francis Barrallier: the man behind the maps’, p.27-46.
The Globe #51 (2001)
Cartwright, W, ‘New media and geographical exploration: space and place’, p. 17-28.
Cho, G, ‘Maps and the law: how far can you go in court?’, p. 1-16.
Holmes, J, ‘Challenges in mapping the prospective future geography of Australia’s rangelands’, p. 51-59.
Jackson, L, ‘Mapping the Great Barrier Reef’, p. 37-50.
Walls, J & Plunkett, J, ‘SLATS: monitoring Queensland’s vegetation by Landsat TM analysis’, p. 29-36.
The Globe #52 (2002)
Beauchamp, C, ‘Mapping and naming the federal electorates: New South Wales – Australia’s First Federal Election 1901’, p. 1-10.
Nicholson, T, ‘Van Diemen’s Land: Australia’s treasure island for map collectors – an illustrated presentation’ [report], p.41-57.
Prescott, V, ‘The evolution and the future boundaries of Australian states and territories’, p.11-30.
Shephard, D, ‘Gondwana to Waaia – mapping landscape change in part of Moira shire’ [report], p.31-40.
The Globe #53 (2002)
Baker, T, ‘A conceptual model: data sharing, incremental updating, and future topographic map production’, p.23-32.
Ross, M, ‘The mysterious Eastland revealed’, p.1-22.
Urban, F, ‘Maps on stamps, frontiers and magpies’, p.33-42.
Whyte, B, ‘Bordering on the ridiculous? A comparison of the Baarle and Cooch Behar enclaves’, p.43-61.
The Globe #54 (2003)
Camino, M, ‘Staging the southern continent 1565-1606’, p.13-22.
Cook, K, ‘The secret agenda of Western Australian explorer Robert Dale (1809-1853), p.23-34.
Jia, X, ‘On error correction and accuracy assessment of satellite imagery registration’, p.35-38.
Robson, J, ‘The charts produced during the Pacific voyages of Bougainville and Cook: a comparison, p.39-60.
Ross, M, ‘Polus antarcticus: a catalogue of four states’, p.1-12.
The Globe #55 (2004)
Blair, D, ‘The Australian national placenames survey’ [report], p.69-72.
Bowden, J, ‘Fifty years in the map trade’ [report], p.73-76.
Foale, M & Smith, D, ‘The Coonawarra: a viticultural frontier? or just a case of sour grapes?’, p.43-67.
Paxton, I, ‘A new direction for spatial maintenance systems at Land and Property Information NSW’, p.77-80.
Puotenin, M, ‘Mapping tropical cyclone disturbance of the Great Barrier Reef’, p.31-42.
Rutherford, D, ‘Teaching the terrain: First World War battlefields at the Australian War Memorial’, p.25-30.
Whyte, B, ‘The diamond in the desert: the story of the giant Readymix logo on the Nullarbor’, p.1-24.
The Globe #56 (2004)
Richardson, W.A.R., ‘Gavin Menzies’ cartographic fiction: the case of the Chinese “discovery” of Australia’, pp.1-12.
O’Connor, M, ‘Mapping Australia’s transhumance: snow lease and stock route maps of NSW’, pp.13-24.
Griggs, P, ‘Mapping a new colony: the geographical construction of Queensland 1860-1880’, pp.25-40.
Batten, P, ‘Creating a landscape atlas: a demonstration and discussion’, pp.41-55.
Snowdon, I, ‘Bits of real estate: digitizing the Church Map Collection of heritage maps at Auckland City Libraries’ [report], pp.56-60.
Smith, Kylie book review: A. Day Historical Dictionary of the Discovery and Exploration of Australia, pp.61-62.
Whyte, Brendan, book review: James McCarthy Journey into Africa, the life and death of Keith Johnston, Scottish cartographer and explorer (1844-1879), pp.63-64.
The Globe #57 (2005)
Kleeman, G & Hutchinson, N, ‘Maps in classrooms’, pp.1-12.
Clark, Ian D, ‘Value of Victorian Aboriginal clan names for toponymic research’, pp.13-16.
Hoddle-Colville, Berres, ‘Robert Hoddle: pioneer surveyor, 1794-1881’, pp.17-26.
Flynn, Rod & Mifsud, George, ‘Vicmap topographic digital mapping’ [report], pp.27-34.
Farrugia, Charlie & Nelson, Phillipa, ‘The 1862 Land Act map’ [report], pp.35-37.
Whyte, Brendan, ‘The Patricia Alonso memorial prize’ [report], pp.38-39.
‘Highlights from Australian map libraries, 2004-2005’ [report], pp.41.43
Whyte, Brendan, book review: ‘Review article: wind atlases’, pp.44-48.
Camino, Mercedes Maroto, book review: F. Fiorani The Marvel of Maps, pp.49-50.
Prescott, Victor, book review: Bob Dunn The disputed country – Australia’s lost border, pp.51-53.
Whyte, Brendan, book review: Quail Map company Australian Railway Atlas: no.1 – Tasmania, pp.54-55.
The Globe #58 (2006)
Rivers, Captain P.J., ‘Footprints in the sea: nautical and physical impossibilities of Menzies’ 1421 voyages’, pp.1-50.
The Globe #59 (2007)
Leach, J, ‘Map or sacred icon? The spatial characteristics of aboriginal land paintings’, pp.1-5.
Camino, M, ‘A Spanish mission in Tahiti: coastal views and eighteenth century cultural syncretism’, pp.6-20.
Rutherford, D, ‘Gallipoli’s graves’, pp.21-30.
Coates, J, ‘Making An atlas of Australia’s wars‘, pp.31-48.
Keogh, A & Fraser, D, ‘The evolution of Google online mapping’, pp.49-58.
Richardson, W, ‘Yet another version of the Portugese ‘discovery’ of Australia’ [report], pp.59-60
Gibbs, P, ‘A land projected – maps and mythologies’ [report], p.61.
Prescott, Victor, book review: C.B. Hogenhoff, L. and T. Battle, B. Forsyth and A. Sweerts Sweers Islands Unveiled: Details fomr Abel Tasman and Matthew Flinders’ explorations of Australia, p.62.
Whyte, Brendan, book review: John O.E. Clark Remarkable Maps: 100 examples of how cartography defined, changed and stole the world, pp.63-64.
Whyte, Brendan, book review: Steven Roger Fischer Island at the end of the world: the turbulent history of Easter Island, pp.65-66.
Forbes, Vivian, book review: Joan Bleau Atlas Maior of 1665: the greatest and finest atlas ever published, pp.67-70.
Forbes, Vivian, book review: Brian Marshall From sextants to satellites: a cartographic time line of New Zealand, pp.71-72.
The Globe #60 (2008)
‘Index to issues 1-50’, pp.1-57.
The Globe #61 (2008)
Macknight,Campbell, ‘A Useless Discovery? Australia and its People in the eyes of Others from Tasman to Cook’ pp.1-10.
Cook, Karen S. ‘Thomas John Maslen and “The Great River or Desired Blessing” on his Map of Australia’ pp.11-20.
Wood, Greg ‘Mr. Scrivener’s Predecessors: Laying Claim to Canberra’ pp.21-43.
Obituary: Captain David Hancox, p.45.
Obituary: John Bartholomew, pp.46-47.
Forbes, VL, book review: Olsson, Gunnar, Abysmal: A Critique of Cartographic Reason, pp.48-50.
Andrew, PG, book review: Richardson, W.A.R., Was Australia Charted Before 1606?: the Java la Grande inscriptions, pp.50-52.
Birtles, T, book review: Dunmore, J. , Storms and Dreams: the life of Louis de Bougainville, and Dunmore, J. , Where Fate Beckons: the life of Jean-François de la Pérouse, pp.52-54.
Whyte, B, book review: Nag, P. (ed.), Historical Atlas of India, pp.55-56.
Urban, F, book review: Akerman, J.R. & Karrow, R.W. Jr. (eds), Maps – Finding our Place in the World, pp.56-58.
The Globe #62 (2009)
King, Robert J ‘The Jagiellonian Globe: A Key to the Puzzle of Jave la Grande’ pp.1-50.
Reynders, P. ‘Günter Schilder: The Great Man of Maps’, [report] pp.51-53.
Painter, L., book review: National Library of Australia, Australia in Maps: Great Maps in Australia’s History from the National Library’s collection, pp.54-55.
Sherval, M, book review: John Dunmore, From Venus to Antarctica: The Life of Durmont D’Urville, pp.56-57.
Murray-Wallace, CV, book review: Mark Monmonier, Coast Lines: How mapmakers frame the world and chart environmental change, p.58.
The Globe #63 (2009)
James, Earl, ‘The Ill-fated Escape Cliffs (Northern Territory) Survey Expedition 1864-66’ pp.1-20.
Prescott, Dorothy F., ‘Chance Discovery Under the Southern Cross’ [report] pp.21-41.
Urban, Frank, ‘Did the Portuguese Know of Australia’s Tiwi Islands Prior to 1606?’ [report] pp.42-56.
Zellmer, L., book review: K. Kocis, L. Rudenki, & F. Schweitzer, Ukraine in Maps, p.57.
Selover, M., book review: K. Kocis, South Eastern Europe in Maps. 2nd edition, p.58.
The Globe #64 (2009)
Cartwright, William, ‘Exploring Space: Lessons from applying interactive integrated media for visualising geography’ pp.1-16.
Gerritsen, Rupert, ‘Marooned Mariners and Mudmaps: The search for the ring of stones’ pp.17-26.
Hewitt, John, ‘The Terrestrial Sphere of ‘The Spheres’ Tapestries’ pp.27-48.
Obituary: Rear-Admiral Sir David Haslam pp.49-51.
Kuhlken, R., book review: J.R. Short, Cartographic Encounters: Indigenous Peoples and the Exploration of the New World, pp.52-53.
Forbes, V., book review: R.J.A. Talbert & R.W. Unger, Cartography in Antiquity and the Middle Ages: Fresh Perspectives, New Methods, pp.53-55.
Eva, M., book review: C. Strange & A. Bashford, Griffith Taylor: Visionary, Environmentalist, Explorer, pp.56-58.
The Globe #65 (2010)
King, Robert, J. ‘Puerto Del Pendulo, Doubtful Sound: The Malaspina Expedition’s Visit to New Zealand in Quest of the True Figure of the Earth’ pp.1-18.
Manning, John, ‘The 1939 Australian Map of Antarctica’ [report] pp.19-27.
Sheldrick, Janis, ‘1855-1856: George Goyder’s Long Ride to Mapping Reliable Rainfall’ [report] pp.28-40.
Whyte, B., Notes and Observations: ‘The First Modern Upside-down Map of the World?’ pp.41-42.
Whyte, B., book review: N. Robinson. World Rail Atlas and Historical Summary: vol.8, The Middle East and Caucasus. pp.43-44.
Middlekauff, B., book review: J. Robson. Captain Cook’s War and Peace: the Royal Navy Years, 1755-1768. pp.44-45.
Michev, B., book review: P. Gallager (trans.). Russian Military Mapping: A Guide to Using the Most Comprehensive Source of Global Geospatial Intelligence. p.46.
Suh, J., book review: P. Forêt & A. Kaplony (eds). The Journey of Maps and Images on the Silk Road. p.47.
Hessler, J., book review: J.R. Ackermann (ed.). The Imperial Map: Cartography and the Mastery of Empire. p.48.
Forbes, V.L., book review: R. Shirley. Courtiers and Cannibals, Angels and Amazons: The Art of the Decorative Cartographic Titlepage. pp.49-50.
Cartwright, W., book review: D. Wood & J. Fels. The Natures of Maps: Cartographic Constructions of the Natural World. pp.51-54.
Richardson W.A.R., book review: E. Amarante & R. Daehnhardt, G. Collingridge, & R.H. Major. Segredos da descoberta da Austrália pelos portugueses. pp.54.55.
Wearing, A., book review: M. Edmond. Zone of the Marvellous: In Search of the Antipodes. pp.55-56.
Prescott, V., book review: M. Monmonier. No Dig, No Fly, No Go: How Maps Restrict And Control. pp.56-58.
The Globe #66 (2010)
Eliason, Andrew, ‘Place-Name Evidence for Eastern Sumatra in Western Java La Grande’ pp.1-26.
Eccleston, Gregory C., ‘The Neglect of Baudin’s Manuscript Charts of the Victorian Coastline’ pp.27-58.
The Globe #67 (2011)
Bannon, J.C., ‘Highly Favoured By Nature: Mirageous South Australia’ pp.1-8.
Benoy, Mac, ‘The Birth of a Familiar, Everyday Map’ [report] pp.9-22. (on Sir Charles Todd’s early weather maps)
Whyte, B., ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Mapping a Third World City: Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand’ [report] pp.23-52.
Robinson, N., response to book review: N. Robinson. World Rail Atlas and Historical Summary: vol.8, The Middle East and Caucasus, p.53.
Whyte, B., book review: N. Robinson. World Rail Atlas and Historical Summary: vol.7, North, East and Central Africa, pp.54-55.
Wearing, A., book review: T.J. Bassett & A. Winter-Nelson. The Atlas of World Hunger, pp.55-56.
Prescott, D., Prescott, V. & Gelber, H., book review: M. Richardson. The West and the Map of the World: a reappraisal of the past, pp.56-58.
The Globe #68 (2011)
Cameron Ash, Margaret,’French Mischief: A Foxy Map of New Holland’ pp.1-14.
Procter, Peter, ‘Mount Stromlo, ACT, Australia: The Origin of the Place-Name’ [report] pp.15-19.
Robbins, Larry, ‘James Cook – SNLR’ [report] pp.20-36.
Whyte, Brendan, ‘Using Excel to Map Boundaries: A New Example’ [report] pp.37-43.
Obituary: Phillip Lionel Barton, pp.44-46.
Obituary: Kenneth Brailey Cumberland, pp.47-49.
Robinson, N., author’s reply to book review: N. Robinson. World Rail Atlas and Historical Summary: vol.7, North, East and Central Africa, pp.50-51.
Scurfield, J., book review: M. Parker. Map Addict: A Tale of Obsession, Fudge and the Ordnance Survey, pp.51.52.
King, R.J., book review: C. Van Duzer. Johann Schöner’s Globe of 1515: Transcription and Study, pp.52-54.
Ross, M., book review: A. Hiatt. Terra Incognita: Mapping the Antipodes before 1600, pp.54-55.
Wyss, M. von, book review: K. Börner. The Atlas of Science: Visualising What We Know, pp.55-57.
Stewart, S., book review: P. Nelson & L. Alves. Lands Guide: A Guide to Finding Records of Crown Land at Public Record Office Victoria, pp.57-58.
The Globe #69 (2011)
Douglas, Bronwen, ‘Geography, Raciology, and the Naming of Oceania’, pp.1-28.
Tent, Jan & Geraghty, Paul, ‘Ulimaroa Unveiled?’ [report] pp.29-40.
Mawer, Allen, ‘Incognita: The Incredible Shrinking Continent’ [report] pp.41-50.
‘Australia or Austrialia? A Correction’ p.51.
Robbins, L., book review: J. Lockett, Captain James Cook in Atlantic Canada: The Adventurer and Map Maker’s Formative Years, pp.52-53.
Forbes, V., book review: I. Burnet, Spice Islands, pp.53-55.
Hadden, R.L., book review: Y. Smirnova (ed.), Terrain Analysis of Afghanistan, pp.56-57.
Yanofsky, D., book review: G. Jupp (ed.), NZMS 260 and 262: Our Metric Cartographic Heritage, pp.57-58.
The Globe #70 (2012)
Wood, Greg ‘Successive States: Aaron Arrowsmith’s Chart of the Pacific Ocean, 1798-1832’ pp.1-17.
Andrew Eliason ‘The Meaning and Identity of Ille Nege on the western Coastline of Java La Grande in the Atlas of Jean Rotz, 1542’ pp.19-29.200-101
Urban, Frank ‘Australia’s Enigmatic Inland Sea’ [report] pp.31-45.
Obituary: Geoff Howard p.47.
Page, Michael C. book review: J. Abresch et al. Integrating Geographic Information systems into Library Services: A guide for academic libraries, pp.49-50.
Wearing, Alexander book review: The Times Comprehensive Atlas of the World (13th Ed.), pp.51-53.
The Globe #71 (2012)
Muller, Frederik ‘Tabula Moderna Alterius Hemisphaerii: The oldest surviving map of the Pacific?’ pp.1-75.
Issue includes loose A2 doublesided facsimile of Tabula Moderna Alterius Hemisphaerii.
The Globe #72 (2013)
Gerritsen, Rupert and Reynder, Peter ‘The Freycinet Map of 1811: the first full map of Australia?’ pp.1-10
Gerritsen, Rupert ‘Getting the Strait Facts Straight’ pp.11-21
Gerritsen, Rupert A Note on ‘Australia’ or ‘Austrialia’ [report] pp.23-30
Obituary: Rear-Admiral G.S. Ritchie, pp.31-33
Dancy, John, book review: Greg Scowen The Spanish Helmet. pp.35-36.
Strebe, Daniel ‘Daan’, book review: Maxwell C. Hill To the Ends of the Earth: did the Greeks circumnavigate the world and settle New Zealand before the birth of Christ? pp.37-52.
The Globe #73 (2013)
Spennemann, Dirk H.R. Strategy: An Australian World War II-Era Map-based Board Game. pp.1-16.
Hewitt, John A World Map on an Oval Projection Attributed to Franciscus Monachus 1526. pp.17-28.
Cameron-Ash, Margaret Juggling ‘Australia’, ‘Austrialia’ and ‘New Holland’. [report] pp.29-38.
Robinson, RayDonald Mackay, Australian Explorer and Pioneer Wireless User. [report] pp.39-44.
Prescott, Dorothy“Arrowsmith’s Australian Maps” Website. [report] pp.45-46.
Hill, M.C., Author’s response to review published last issue of: To the Ends of the Earth: did the Greeks circumnavigate the world and settle New Zealand before the birth of Christ? pp.47-48.
Wood, G., book review:T. Birtles. Charles Robert Scrivener: The Surveyor Who Sited Australia’s National Capital Twice. pp.49-50.
Griffin, A., book review: S. Garfield. On the Map: Why the World Looks the Way It Does.pp.50-51.
Whyte, B., book review: J. Induráin Pons & E. López Tossas (eds). Atlas Histórico de España ; J. Cornette (ed.). Atlas de l’Histoire de France (481-2005) & V. Virmani. Atlas Historique de l’Inde. pp.52-55.
The Globe #74 (2014)
Woods, Martin ‘Special’ Map Collections as Biography: An Appeal to Further Study. pp.1-2
Woods, Martin ‘A Varied Colonial Career’: Mapping the Life and Associates of Samuel Edward Roberts. pp.3-26.
Eliason, Andrew Weighing Two Sources of Information that a Portuguese Ship might have entered the Clarence River in the Early Sixteenth Century. [report] pp.27-31
Wullen, Susanne & Freeman, Sara Expert Restoration or Forgery: The Case of an Historic Rare Map. [report] pp.32-41
Obituary: Rupert Gerritsen. pp.42-46
Watson, R. book review: C. van Duzer, Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps. pp.47-48.
Richardson, W.A.R. book review: C. Simões & F.C. Domingues (eds), Portugueses na Austrália: As primeiras viagens. pp.49-51.
Sigler, T.J. book review: I. Burnet, East Indies: The 200 year struggle between the Portuguese Crown, the Dutch East India Company and the English East India Company for supremacy in the Eastern Seas. pp.51-52.
Bertuca, D.J. book review: B. Freitag, Hy Brasil: The metamorphosis of an island from cartographic error to Celtic Elysium. pp.52-53.
Finlayson, B.L. book review: M. MacCabe, Surveyor Francis Peter MacCabe: The man behind the corner. pp.53-54.
Goyne, R. book review: A. Scafi, Maps of Paradise. p.55.
Carter, J. book review: W.C. van den Hoonaard, Map Worlds: a history of women in cartography. pp.56-57.
Thomas, L. book review: National Library of Australia, Mapping our World: Terra Incognita to Australia. pp.57-59.
Whyte, B.R. book review: O. Clochard (ed.), Atlas des Migrants en Europe: Géographie critique des politiques migratoires. pp.60-61.
The Globe #75 (2014)
Cameron-Ash, Margaret Political Captain Cook. pp.1-15.
Nash, Joshua A Clash of Toponymies, or Toponymic Conflict on Phillip Island, Norfolk Island Archipelago. pp.11-15.
King, Robert J. Tadeusz Estreicher and the Jagiellonian Globe. [report] pp.16-28.
Estriecher, Tadeusz Globus Biblioteki Jagiellonskiej z Początku w. XVI [A Globe of the Beginning of the 16th Century in the Jagellon Library]. [report] pp.29-32.
Whyte, Brendan New South Wales: the well-known Canadian placename. [report] pp.33-49.
Obituary: Col. Nathaniel Rickards John Hillier. pp.50-51.
Forbes, V.L. book review: J. Branch, The Cartographic State: Maps, Territories and the Origin of Sovereignty. pp.52-54.
Helman, S. book review: S. Sumira, The Art and History of Globes. pp.54-55.
King, R.J. book review: N. Starbuck, Baudin, Napoleon and the Exploration of Australia. pp.56-58.
The Globe #76 (2015)
Kenyon, Christine An 1830s Map: Whose Map of the Mid-Murray River is it? pp.1-12.
Prescott, Dorothy Looking Backwards, Looking Forwards: Reflections on the early years of the Australian & New Zealand Map Society pp.13-20
Aitken, Geoff A Short History of the Mapping of New Zealand’s National Parks pp.21-30
Gaillard, J.C., Hore, Katherine & Cadag, Jake Rom D. Participatory Mapping for Disaster Risk Reduction: A Review pp.31-38
Burnham, Jahnavi, Chong, Albert K., Liu, Xiaoye & Moore, Antoni Preliminary Spatial Analysis of Hendra Disease Outbreaks in South-east Queensland pp.39-46
Errata from issue 75 pp.47-48
From the vault: Heawood, Edward, Early map indexing pp.49-50
Dde Graeve, Jan, book review: R. Clancy, J. Manning & H. Brolsma, Mapping Antarctica: A five hundred year record of discovery pp.51-53
Bertucca, David, book review: M.-J. Kraak. Mapping Time: Illustrated by Minard’s map of Napoleon’s Russian Campaign of 1812 pp.54.56
Bowden, Anne, book review:, P.G. Andrew, S.M. Moore & M.L. Larsgaard, RDA and cartographic resources pp.56-58
The Globe #77 (2015)
Mawer, Granville Allen The Inflation of Java: How an Island Briefly Became a Continent pp.1-11
King, Robert J. Dirk Hartog Lands on Beach, the Gold-Bearing Province pp.12-52
Trickett, Peter A Response to “Weighing Two Sources of Information That a Portuguese Ship Might Have Entered the Clarence River in the Early 16th Century” pp.53-54
Meiforth, Jane J. Mapping Temporary Flood Streams by Height Model Analysis pp.55-56
Schwirtlich, Anne-Marie “Power of Maps” Conference Welcome and Opening pp.57-58
Powell, Susan, book review: Li Narangoa & Robert Cribb, Historical Atlas of Northeast Asia, 1590-2010: Korea, Manchuria, Mongolia, Eastern Siberia pp.59-60
The Globe #78 (2015)
Hooker, Brian N. New Light on the Origin of the Tasman-Bonaparte Map pp.1-8
Mawer, Granville Allen Maps and Mapmakers of the 1914-18 Official History: A brief overview, pp.9-24
McLean, Laurie & Manning, John National Mapping’s Aerodist surveys in Western Australia 1971-74: Horizontal control for the national topographic map series, pp.25-42
Foott, Bronwyn & Wojtkowski, Barbara Preserving History: Digitising WWII Terrain Studies of the Southwest Pacific Area (SWPA), pp.43-50
Fraser, David, book review: Katy Börner, The Atlas of Knowledge – Anyone Can Map, pp.51-52
Hennig, Benjamin D., book review: Mark Monmonier (ed.), The History of Cartography, v.6: Cartography in the Twentieth Century, pp.52-53
Templeman, David, book review: Karl E. Ryavec, A Historical Atlas of Tibet, pp.54-55
Whyte, Jocelyn, book review: Graeme Lay, The Secret Life of James Cook: a novel, pp.55-56
Schulenburg, Alexander Hugo , book review: Graeme Lay, James Cook’s New World: a novel, pp.56-57
Cooper, Paul, book review: Graeme Lay, James Cook’s Lost World: a novel, pp.57-58
The Globe #79 (2016)
Hewitt, John Jean Mallard’s World Map (ca.1538-39) pp.1-12
Eliason, Andrew A Pacific Prospectus: The Origins and Identities of the Islands
Depicted in the South Sea on the Dieppe Maps, pp.13-30
Hooker, Brian N. Towards the Identification of the Terrestrial Globe Carried on the Heemskerck by Abel Tasman in 1642-43, pp.31-37
Eccleston, Greg Identifying the Origins of Major Mitchell’s Quotations, References
and Footnotes in his “Three Expeditions into the Interior of Eastern Australia…”, pp.38-52
Liebl, Vernie Visualizing the Battle: Mapping intelligence in the Gulf War [report], pp.53-54
Morgan, Rachel Duncan, book review: Tim Griffiths, Endurance: A Novel of Ice, War, and Adventure, pp.55-56
Williams, Stewart, book review: Judith A. Tyner,The World of Maps: Map reading and interpretation for the 21st century, pp.56-59
Call for papers: 44th ANZMapS conference, Wollongong, NSW, 7-9 Sept. 2016, p.60
The Globe #80 (2016)
Watson, Ruth Heart-Shaped Worlds: Cordiform Maps in the context of Early Modern Europe. pp.1-12.
Braga, Stuart George Hore’s Gallipoli Experience: A Light Horseman’s record of the Gallipoli Campaign – the ‘Anzac Panorama’ and its background. pp.13-25.
Tent, Jan Dinnings Land: A Case of Mistranscription?. pp.26-32.
Pearson, Michael Charting the Sealing Islands of the Southern Ocean. pp.33-56.
Urban, Frank Australia’s Convict Explorers and Landscape Artists [report]. pp.57-69.
Notes and News:
Jayasuriya, Chandra Conference Notes. p.70.
Jones, Meg Map Librarian Finds 1966 Crash Site. pp.71-74.
New E-Deposit service at the National Library of Australia. p.75.
Odd Spot: Murine cartomancy. p.75.
Obituary: Glenys Dawn McIver. pp.76-79
Whyte, Brendan, book review: National Library Board (Singapore), Visualising Space: maps of Singapore and the region. pp.80-82.
Bartlett, Shaun, book review: Edward Duyker, Dumont d’Urville, Explorer and Polymath. pp.82-84.
Fagence, Michael, book review: J. Stadler et al., Imagined Landscapes: Geovisualizing Australian Spatial Narratives. pp.84-86.
Finlayson, Brian, book review: G. Allen Mawer (ed.), A voyage to New Holland … by Captain James Colnett. pp.86-87.
Murray-Wallace, Colin V., book review: J. Fornasiero, et al. (eds), The Art of Science: Nicolas Baudin’s Voyagers 1800 – 1804. pp. 87-88.
Gall, Megan A., book review: Martin Woods, Where are Our Boys? How newsmaps won the Great War. pp.89-90.
Noga, Michael M., book review: A. Riganti, et al.,Mapping Western Australia: State geological maps 1894-2015. pp.90-91.
Schulenburg, Alexander Hugo, book review: Peter Whitfield, Mapping Shakespeare’s World. pp.91-92.
The Globe #81 (2017)
Manning, John Mapping a Stateless Continent. pp.1-20.
Hewitt, John The Terrestrial Sphere of “The Spheres” Tapestries – Revisited. pp.21-36.
Nash, Joshua When Do Linguists Make Their Best (Cartographic) Work? pp.37-40.
King, Robert J. Marco Polo’s Java and Locach on Mercator’s World Maps of 1538 and 1569, and Globe of 1541. pp.41-61.
Hoskins, Ian ‘…The Investigation of the Coast had not been Greatly Extended…’: Circumstance and Chance on the Periphery in the Exploration of the New South Wales Coast, 1795-1840 [report]. pp.62-72.
Pietrini, Lewis The Australian Hydrographic Service – Charting Australia, the Continent encircled by Sea [report]. pp.73-88.
Eliason, Andrew Guillaume Le Testu’s Opinion of Java La Grande [report]. pp.89-100.
King, Robert J. Franciscus Monachus’ Southern Continent, in His Own Words [report]. pp.101-104.
Mawer, G.A. The Mysterious Absence of North West Cape [report]. pp.105-108.
Tonkinson, Alice & Clancy, Robert Mapping Colonial Sydney: From a Gaol via a Nodal City to an International Centre [report]. pp.109-117.
Watson, Ruth, book review: Jill Desimini & Charles Waldheim, Cartographic Grounds: Projecting the Landscape Imaginary. pp.118-119.
Poruschi, Lavinia, book review: Debbie Hall (ed.), Treasures from the Map Room: A Journey through the Bodleian Collections. pp.119-120.
Nash, Joshua, book review: Eamon Evans, Mount Buggery to Nowhere Else: the Stories behind Australia’s weird and wonderful Place Names. pp.120-122.
The Globe #82 (2017)
Young, R.W. Maps and Mining of Coal in the Wollongong District since 1797. pp.1-11.
Moylan, Elizabeth Understanding Aboriginal Cultural Landscapes in the Illawarra: the role of historical maps [report]. pp.13-25.
Marshall, Brian Mapping the Geology of Northland, New Zealand: N.Z. Geological survey Bulletin no.8 (Whangaroa Subdivision) [report]. pp.26-46.
Ryan, Sarah Adaptive change to the coordination and service delivery of the Maps Collection at State Library Victoria [report]. pp.47-57.
Fernon, Christine Remapping Leichhardt’s 1844-45 Expedition from Moreton Bay to Port Essington [report]. pp.58-60.
Lovison-Golob, Lucia, book review: Marcia Milanesi, Vicenzo Coronelli Cosmographer (1650-1718). pp.61-63.
Williams, Stewart, book review: William Rankin, After the Map: cartography, navigation, and the transformation of territory in the twentieth century. pp.63-65.
Tourette, Caroline, book review: Mathieu Guidère, Atlas du terrorisme islamiste: d’al-Qaida à Daech. pp.65-66.
The Globe #83 (2018)
Richard, Hélène The Interest of French Cartography in the South Pacific in the Eighteenth Century. pp.1-11.
Buckle, Caitlin Mapping migration biographies: Using Google Earth to explore migration at varying spatial scales.pp.13-30.
Hamilton, Albertine Meek’s Atlas: Insights into the Care of Oversized Map Materials. [report]. pp.31-41.
Pearson, Michael Lake Chiamay: Asia’s mythical mother of rivers [report]. pp.43-62.
Collier, Peter, book review: Mjr-Gen. Cevat Ülkekul, Maps of the Battleground of Gallipoli (Gelibolu) and the Dardanelles: A Turkish View
Rajčan, Adam, book review: Eva Novotná, Jan Felkl & syn: továrna na glóby / Jan Felkl & son: a globe-making factory. pp.64-66.
The Globe #84 (2018)
Jupp, David L. B. Determining Projection and Scale for Maps in Early Atlases of China held by The National Library of Australia. pp.1-24.
Wood, Greg Blueback Charts and the Australian Coast. [report] pp.25-38.
Cameron-Ash, Margaret Captain Cook Invented Point Hicks to Hide Bass Strait. [report]. pp.39-45.
Johnson, Niall, Szabo, Tony, Viana, Kerryn & Giles, Gillian Developing the Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation [report]. pp.46-56.
von Wyss, Martin, book review: The Art of Cartographics: designing the modern map . pp.57-58.
Mawer, G.A., book review: Margaret Cameron-Ash, Lying for the Admiralty: Captain Cook’s Endeavour voyage . pp.59-61.
Crowe-Delaney, Lesley, book review: Gregory C. Eccleston, Granville Stapylton, Australia Felix 1836: second in command to Major Mitchell . pp.61-63.
The Globe #85 (2019)
Lees, Brian & Laffan, Shawn The Lande of Java on the Jean Rotz Mappa Mundi. pp.1-12.
Tent, Jan The Cartographic Migration of Wessel(s) Eijland. pp.13-34.
Tent, Jan The Curious van Dijk Map of the Gulf of Carpentaria. pp.35-50.
Desmond, Stephen Using the NZ WAMS to Map Current and Historic Features [report]. pp.51-58.
Obituary: Peter Trickett. pp.59-61.
Obituary: John Robert Victor Prescott. pp.62-74.
Murray-Wallace, Colin V., book review: Hugh Thomson The Map tour: a history of tourism told through rare maps from the Grand Tour to globalization . pp.75-76.
Johnson, Niall, book review: Sandra Hempel, The Atlas of Disease: mapping deadly epidemics and contagion from the plague to the zika virus. pp.76-77.
Burns, Edgar A. & Rajcan, Adam, book review: Huw Lewis-Jones (ed.), The Writer’s Map: an atlas of imaginary lands . pp.77-79.
Armstrong, Patrick, book review: Michael Lee, Navigators and Naturalists: French exploration of New Zealand and the South Seas (1769-1824) . pp.79-80.
Mohammed, G. Salim, book review: Wulf Bodenstein, Exploring Africa with Ancient Maps. p.81.
Forbes, Vivian Louis, book review: Stefaan Missinne, The Da Vinci Globe. pp.82-84.
Lage, Kathryn, book review: Andrew Crowe, Pathway of the birds: the voyaging achievements of the Maori and their Polynesian ancestors. pp.84-85.
Tent, Jan, book review: Rolf E. DuRietz, Daniel Djurberg and ‘Polynesia’: some notes on Australia and Oceania in Swedish and German cartography 1772-1831. pp.86-87.
The Globe #86 (2019)
Thomas, Anton, Drawing North America by Hand [report]. pp.1-10.
Hewitt, John, Beyond Dieppe. pp.11-18.
King, Robert, Franciscus Monachus and the c.1529 Paris Gilt Globe. pp.19-42.
King, Robert, Franciscus Monachus’ “De Orbis Situ Ac Descriptione” – a parallel translation. pp.43-69.
Ryan, Bruce, Threnody for the Topo [poem]. p.70.
Ryan, Sarah, Conference report: Mapping in Action. p.71
2019 Conference program. pp.72-73.
Burnet, Ian, book review: Howard Grey, Spice at any price: the life and times of Frederick de Houtman, 1571-1627. pp.74-75.
Faser, David, book review: Jerry Brotton & Nick Millea, Talking Maps. pp.75-77.
Sloan, Heather, book review: Jerry Brotton & Nick Millea, Fifty Maps and the Stories They Tell. pp.77-78.
Russell, Susie, book review: Canadian Geographic Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada. pp.79-81.
Finlayson, Brian, book review: Burnet, Ian, The Tasman Map: the biography of a map. p.81-83.
Chen, Yayut Yi-shiuan, book review: Hongping Annie Nie, The Selden Map of China: a new understanding of the Ming Dynasty. pp.83-84.
Beaird, Tina, book review: Mick Ashworth, Why North is Up. pp.85-86.
The Globe #87 (2020)
King, Robert J., Cartographic Drift: Pulo Condor and the ysles de magna and ye de saill on the Dieppe Maps. pp.1-22.
Mawer, Granville Allen, Treasured Islands: Charting the imagination. pp.23-31.
Lipscombe, Trevor, Lt. James Cook’s Misplaced Landmarks of the Coasts of Victoria and NSW. pp.33-37.
Whyte, Brendan, ‘Where’s my Embassy, Comrade?’: An examination of the 1981 Soviet military city plan of Canberra. pp.38-50.
Lipscombe, Trevor, Cook Conspiracy at Point Hicks?. pp.51-56
King, Robert, Errata : Franciscus Monachus’ De Orbis Situ Ac Descriptione – A Parallel Translation. pp.57-60.
King, Robert, Conference Report: 2019 Coronelli Symposium in Zurich. pp.61-62.
Fraser, David, book review: Graeme Lay, 100 Days that Mapped a Nation. pp.63-65.
Ross, Michael, book review: Tessa Duder, First Maps: How James Cook charted Aotearoa New Zealand. pp.65-67.
Athanson, Michael, book review: John McCrystal, Singing the Trail: The Story of Mapping Aotearoa New Zealand. pp.67-69.
Spence, Mary, book review: Chris McDowell & Tim Denee, We Are Here: An atlas of Aotearoa. pp.69-71.
Gunderman, Hannah, book review: Y.-Y. Chiang, W. Duan, S. Leyk, J.H. Uhl & C.A. Knoblock, Using Historical Maps in Scientific Studies: Applications, challenges, and best practices. pp.71-72.
Rafter, Bill, , book review: Riaz Dean, Mapping the Great Game: Explorers, spies & maps in nineteenth-century Asia. pp.73-74.
Russell, Susie, book review: Bill Arthur & Frances Morphy, Macquarie Atlas of Indigenous Australia: Culture and society through space and time, 2nd ed. pp.74-76.
The Globe #88 (2020)
Burnet, Ian, A Comparison of the 1513 Maps of Eastern Indonesia by Francisco Rodrigues and those of the 1519 Atlas Miller. pp.1-7.
King, Robert J., Magellanica: Finding the Antipodeans. pp.8-26.
Sankey, Margaret, The French ‘Discovery’ of the Pacific: New Worlds in the South. pp.27-41.
Geraghty, Paul, Maps and the European understanding of Fiji’s toponymy 1643-1840. pp.42-52.
Hewitt, John, Is that Western Australia on a mysterious map of the Portuguese Empire dated 1573?. pp.53-57.
Eliason, Andrew, A Comparison of Spatial Data of Eastern Java la Grande with Eastern Australia. pp.58-78.
Blackwood, Ray, A Note on the Dauphin Map and its Relevance to the East Coast of Australia. pp.79-82.
Jayasuriya, Chandra, Conference Report: Eurocarto 2020. p.83.
Moreno, Maria Vanesa (book review): Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) & Nathan Joyce, The Royal Geographical Society Puzzle Book: pit your wits against the world’s great explorers. pp.84-85.
Griffith, Amy, (book review): Judith Tyner, Women in American Cartography. pp.85-86.
The Globe #89 (2021)
Tent, Jan Naming Places: Dutch Voyagers and Toponyms in the Fifth Part of the World, 1616-1722. pp.1-14.
Tent, Jan, No, Australia was never almost named New Zealand. pp.15-22.
Woods, Martin, Fragranced with Spice: The 1663 Blaeu wall map Archipelagus Orientalis, Sive Asiaticus. pp.23-32.
Whyte, Brendan, John Crossley, Erik Geelen & Martin Woods, Transcriptions and Translations of the Texts on Joan Blaeu’s 1663 Map Archipelagus Orientalis, Sive Asiaticus. pp.33-84.
Obituary: Simon Dewez. pp.85-86.
Crossley, John, book review: Ricardo Padrón, The Indies of the Setting Sun: How early modern Spain mapped the Far East as the Transpacific West pp.87-88.
The Globe #90 (2021)
Martin, Stephen, Why map whales?. pp.1-8.
Pratt, Simon, Mapping the Spice Islands. pp.9-14.
King, Robert J., Johannes Kepler and Australia. pp.15-24.
Eliason, Andrew, A Latent Chart of the South Pacific in Les Voyages Auantureux (1559) by Jean Alfonse. pp.25-27.
Cameron-Ash, Margaret, What kept you so long? The islands that sidetracked Laperouse. pp.38-44.
Whyte, Brendan, Cobbett’s Cartography: identifying the map from his 1826 Rural Ride down the Vale of Avon. pp.45-61.
Whyte, Brendan, Mapping Cobbett: maps of the six excursions made by William Cobbett in his Rural Rides (1830). pp.62-79.
The Globe #91 (2022)
Hewitt, John, Mercator – Mapping Marco Polo’s hearsay. pp.1-14.
Eccleston, Greg, Designing a nocturnal – a volvelle for finding time – for use by wayfarers and seafarers in Southern latitudes. pp.15-27.
Whyte, Brendan, The 1979 Soviet military city plan of vientiane, Laos: a translation and analysis. pp.28-42.
King, Robert J.,The Antipodes on Martin Waldseemuller’s 1507 world map. pp.43-60.
Whyte, Brendan, Munster’s monster meets Dorothy’s dragon: Lord Peter Wimsey consults the cartography of the Cosmographia. pp.61-74.
Pearson, Michael, Conference report: Mapping the Pacific, State Library of NSW, 2-3 March 2022. pp.75-76.
Whyte, Brendan, book review: Alain Le Breus & Pascal Rota, Deux siecles de cartogrpahie caledonienne (1774-1979), pp.77-79.
Rafter, William, book review: Peter FitzSimons, The incredible life of Hubert Wilkins, Austrlaia’s greatest explorer,