This series in three volumes considers maps as constructions resulting from a number of successive transformations and stages integrated in a logical reasoning and an order of choices.
Volume 1 introduces the basis of thematic cartography; the map is regarded as a construct due to transformation processes.
Volume 2 focuses on the impact of the quantitative revolution, partially related to the advent of the computer age, on thematic cartography.
Volume 3 is exclusively focused on the new approaches on thematic cartography offered by the three successive revolutions affecting the discipline: digital, multimedia and the Internet.
Colette Cauvin was formerly Professor of Geography at the Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg, France.
Francisco Escobar is Professor of Geography at the University of Alcala, Spain.
Aziz Serradj is Lecturer of Geography at the Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg, France.