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Map of Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, New York. Map for the park brochure, has been posted in 15 locations around the park, and is used to guide park visitors for the online self guided tour. 

Created in AutoDesk Impression 3.
Map displaying elevations, natural features, and urban areas in the State of Michigan. Note: Image may take time to load.

Created in Adobe Photoshop.
Map displaying cultural attractions and art galleries in the Lower East Side, New York. Used to promote neighborhood attractions for the Fourth Arts Block in the Lower East Side. Note: Image may take time to load.

Created in Adobe Photoshop.
Map of Staten Island displaying parks, neighborhoods and other features. Created for a city-run after-school program and used by teachers to plan field trips to parks and attractions on the island.

Created in ESRI ArcGIS 9.3
Published series of maps used to display the progress of the PlaNYC Schoolyards to Playgrounds program from 2007 to 2011. I was responsible for the creation of all primary data layers, analysis, and mapping.

Created in ESRI ArcGIS.
Published series of maps used to display how various factors related to climate change will affect New Yorkers and Parks. I was responsible for the creation of all primary data layers, analysis, and mapping.

Created in ESRI ArcGIS.
The work was displayed as part of the Harrison's larger Force Majeure installation at the Ronald Feldman Gallery in
New York City, January 2014.

Each panel shows a one meter rise in sea level and the corresponding breaking of levees in California's Inland Delta.

Wall Text:

The Bays of San Francisco
become a 400,000 Acre
Estuarial Lagoon with a 3 Meter Ocean Rise
A selection of maps for a presentation on America's Western Landscape by Artists Helen and Newton Harrison and Lauren Bon. The work is described by Lauren as:
 

"Helen Mayer and Newton Harrison of the Center for the Study of the Force Majeure and Lauren Bon of the Metabolic Studio are beginning a collaboration that will deploy paleogeographic, contemporary, and prophetic mapping of the Intermountain West to research what might be the best outcomes for the region in light of global warming and resource extraction. Their collective question for this “work at scale” is how to intervene to meet survival needs of the Intermountain West during rapid catabolic descent."
Conference poster for CalGIS in Sacramento - 2015

Displaying my work on sensitivity and exposure to Tsunamis in Hawai'i.

3D Map built in ArcScene with composition work in Photoshop. Poster made in Illustrator.

Contour Map and Depth to Volume Rating Curve

Calculated form a series of survey points of Coon Basin near Lake Tahoe.

Analysis conducted using ArcGIS Hydro Tools. Finished in Illustrator.

​USGS Scientific Investigations Report

Working with the Western Geographic Research Center, I conducted geographic analysis, as well as created charts, maps and written content for the publication. If you are interested in more information on our methodologies and results, you can read the report.
The Bays of San Francisco