Time for mapping

Digital mapping, though generally conceived as a spatial activity, is just as strongly grounded in time. The digital era has disintegrated the representational fixity of maps, and instead given rise to maps that shift with each moment and movement. Scholars, adept at grappling with the spatial implications of digitality, continue to struggle to conceptualise and communicate the temporal consequences of maps.

Time for mapping: Cartographic temporalities
Lammes, S.; Perkins, C.; Gekker, A.; Hind, S.; Clancy, W.; Evans, D

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