Acknowledgements This educational exhibit was originally created as a UW Sea Grant project funded by a grant from the Wisconsin Humanities Committee and produced in cooperation with the UW-Milwaukee American Geographical Society (AGS) Library and the UW-Madison Environmental Remote Sensing Center (now part of Space Science and Engineering Center). It was displayed in 1988-91 in eleven Wisconsin communities and had an estimated viewing audience of over 61,000.
In 2007 UW Sea Grant, in cooperation with the AGS Library
and Space Science and Engineering Center
updated and enhanced the exhibit to bring it to the Madison community in Memorial Library’s Department of Special Collections
We thank all those who worked on this project and contributed to this effort. Those providing special assistance in preparing this exhibit included Jovanka Ristic, reference librarian, and Christopher Baruth, curator, AGS Library, UW Milwaukee Libraries; Robin Rider, curator and department head, and Susan Stravinski, librarian, Department of Special Collections, UW-Madison Libraries; Don Johnson, department head, Library Communications, UW-Madison Libraries; Margaret Beattie Bogue, professor emerita of history, UW-Madison; Jonathan Chipman, assistant scientist, Space Science and Engineering Center, UW-Madison; Matthew Edney, geographer and director of the History of Cartography Project, UW-Madison; JoAnn Savoy, special librarian, and Julia Cameron, project assistant, Water Resources Library, UW-Madison; Mary Lou Reeb, assistant director, John Karl, science writer, Tina Yao, art director, Terri Klousie, assistant to the director, Gloria Gardner, Linda Campbell and Laura Braun, university services associates, and Tom Dellinger, web developer, UW Sea Grant Institute; and Meuer Art & Picture Frame Company, Madison.