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1 What map creation and data analysis will Amy do? A map showing the boundary of each parliamentary constituency boundary coloured according to which party won. Maps showing the split of the vote for selected parliamentary constituencies in the UK. A map showing urban/rural areas in the UK. What types of map data would be useful? Westminster parliamentary constituency boundaries. Shape file format is preferred. Small scale (lower level of detail) background map, perhaps 1: scale, to give context to the boundaries, showing the major cities and geographical features within the UK. Your task: 1.Login to Digimap 2.Select Ordnance Survey > Data Download 3.Order these map data products – click change in the basket for options: For the whole of Great Britain: 1: Raster backdrop mapping Boundary Line – Shape file format, Westminster Constituency boundaries layer only In the basket, give your order the name Amy Amy is studying for a BA in Politics and Sociology at Manchester University. For her final year dissertation she wants to explore differences in which parties were voted for at the last UK General Election. Amy has downloaded election results from the 2010 UK General Election from the Electoral Commission. She wants to analyse these results and creating maps displaying the results will help her do this. Map images : Copyright Swing State Project LLC. © Crown copyright/database right Ordnance Survey/EDINA supplied service. FOR EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY.

2 What map creation and data analysis will Dave do? Map showing Cumbria in the context of the North of England. Map showing the location of the proposed wind farms. Create Digital Terrain Models, plus contour maps, to assess where the proposed sites can be seen in the surrounding area. What types of map data would be useful? DTM and contour data, at 1:10000 scale. Two raster maps - one to show Cumbria and North of England, perhaps 1: or less detailed. Another to plot Cumbria wind farm sites, say 1:25000 or 1:50000 scale. Your task: 1.Login to Digimap 2.Select Ordnance Survey > Data Download 3.Order these map data products: For National Grid tile NY (100 x 100km area): 1:50000 Raster backdrop mapping – for 2011 Miniscale backdrop mapping – for 2011 Profile Contours – DXF format Profile DTM – TIFF format In the basket, give your order the name Dave Claire is in the final year of a BA in Human Geography at Kingston University. Her undergraduate dissertation topic is looking at the process of urban regeneration for the Olympic Park site in East London. Dave is studying for an MSc in Environmental Science at the University of Leeds. His dissertation is investigating the potential impact of proposed wind farms in Cumbria on the surrounding ecology. Dave has collected ecological data at the proposed sites to feed into his 3D GIS model of the sites and surrounding areas. He also has the coordinates of both proposed and existing wind farm sites. Map images : © Crown copyright/database right Ordnance Survey/EDINA supplied service. FOR EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY.

3 What map creation and data analysis will Claire do? Map showing the location of the Olympic Park in Greater London. Map showing major transport networks in and around East London. Maps showing the Olympic Park area at different points of construction. What types of map data would be useful? Highly detailed topographic vector data, for the different years of the study timeframe. A less detailed vector map product, to extract the transport network details (roads and railways). Shape file format is preferable. Raster maps to show site location and use as backdrop maps, at two different scales - 1:10,000 and around 1:200,000. Your task: 1.Login to Digimap 2.Select Ordnance Survey > Data Download 3.Order these map data products – click change in the basket for options: For Stratford Marsh area of East London (east of Hackney)- OS MasterMap Topography GML– January 2007 OS Street View backdrop mapping 1: Raster backdrop mapping Meridian 2 National - Shape format, July 2012 version In the basket, name your order Claire 4.Now go to the My Previous Downloads area. Try and reorder the OS MasterMap Topgraphy GML, for the same area, for March Claire is in the final year of a BA in Human Geography at Kingston University. Her undergraduate dissertation topic is looking at the process of urban regeneration for the Olympic Park site in East London. Map images : © Crown copyright/database right Ordnance Survey/EDINA supplied service. FOR EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY. Claire is in the final year of a BA in Human Geography at Kingston University. Her undergraduate dissertation topic is looking at the process of urban regeneration for the Olympic Park site in East London. Claire wants to create a series of maps, using ArcGIS, showing the development of the Olympic Park and surrounding area from 2007 – 2012.

4 What map creation and data analysis will Chris do? Map showing Huddersfield location in the UK. More detailed map showing the street layout of the town centre. Map of traffic light locations and directions of traffic flow. Map showing the distances between junctions and how long traffic has between green lights. What types of map data would be useful? Regional background map to show Huddersfield location. A detailed background map showing street names. Road Network Data to show one way streets etc. Detailed vector data for measuring street lengths and potential areas for new filter lanes etc. Shape file format preferable. Your task: 1.Login to Digimap 2.Select Ordnance Survey > Data Download 3.Order these map data products – click change in the basket for options: For Huddersfield city centre (make sure you include the ring road) - OS MasterMap Integrated Transport Network (ITN) - GML format, March 2013 version 1:10000 Raster backdrop mapping Miniscale backdrop mapping Vector Map Local - Shape format, April 2013 version In the basket, name your order Chris Claire is in the final year of a BA in Human Geography at Kingston University. Her undergraduate dissertation topic is looking at the process of urban regeneration for the Olympic Park site in East London. Map images : © Crown copyright/database right Ordnance Survey/EDINA supplied service. FOR EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY. Chris is studying for an MSc in Spatial Planning at Oxford Brookes University. His dissertation topic is Speeding up Traffic Flow within Huddersfield’s Ring Road. Chris has 24 hour traffic data on the number of cars passing through traffic lights, for all intersections within the Huddersfield ring road. He also has a Shapefile (GIS file format) of the locations of the traffic lights, and their timings.

5 What map creation and data analysis will Bob do? A map showing all of GB with the major population centres. A map highlighting the areas with suitable bedrock geology away from population centres. A map showing the transport networks and water sources in and around the suitable areas. What types of map data would be useful? Geology data which identifies general rock types. Geology data indicating risk of flooding and data on aquifers. OS small scale map data to give an overview of Great Britain. OS vector data showing water sources, population centres and the road and rail transport network. Your task: 1.Login to Digimap and order the map data detailed below, for the whole of Great Britain. Remember you can click change in the basket for options: Select Geology Digimap > Geology Download Onshore Geology > 1: Geology – Shape format Groundwater > Geological Indicators of Flooding – Shape format Groundwater > 1: Hydrogeology Bob is in his second year of an Environmental Geoscience degree at the University of Edinburgh. His current project is to find potential locations for a nuclear power station. Bob wants to use ArcGIS to rule in or out locations based on a number of factors: the suitability of the bedrock, proximity to water, distance from large population centres, and ease of access. He has some Ordnance Survey data. He now needs geological data. Map images : © Crown copyright/database right Ordnance Survey/EDINA supplied service. FOR EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY. Copyright Geological Map Data © NERC 2013.

6 What map creation and data analysis will Sarah do? A range of historic maps, colour coded with the housing type categories. A contemporary geographic map of Sheffield and the surrounding areas. A geological map of the east of the city that identifies coal mining activity. What types of map data would be useful? Historic OS maps from late 19 th Cent. to early 20 th Cent.– range of scales. Contemporary Ordnance Survey maps: 1:50000 raster. Geology data to plot the location of coal seams and pits. Your task: 1.Login to Digimap 2.Select Historic Digimap > Historic Download: 1.County Series, 1:2500 Series, National Grid tiles. 2.1 st revision (1893 – 1915). 3.Search for Sheffield. Select Sheffield (Sheffield) from the list. 4.Zoom in once on the name SHEFFIELD on the map. 5.Click Select Tiles and draw a box over the Park Hill, Sheffield Park and Manor Park areas. 6.Click Continue. 7.Name your order sheffield. 8.Remove any Derbyshire maps from your order. Keep the Yorkshire maps. 9.Click Order Data. Sarah is in the final year of her part-time degree in Archaeological Studies at the University of Sheffield. Her dissertation will examine reasons for ongoing class divisions in Sheffield’s landscape, which became apparent in the early 19th century. Early factors may have been the presence of coal mining and other heavy industry in the east of the city. Map images : © Crown Copyright and Landmark Information Group Limited All rights reserved. © Crown Copyright and Database Right 2013.Ordnance Survey (Digimap Licence). Sarah will plot housing types such as terraced housing, municipal housing, villa suburbs etc, on historic and contemporary maps, on the basis that housing type can be used as an indicator of social status.

7 What map creation and data analysis will Claire do? A geographic map of the area, that also displays the site of the proposed met mast. A map showing the protected areas, for example any Sites of Special Scientific Interest and Marine Consultation Areas. A map displaying the depth contours and water depth profile of the surrounding area. What types of map data would be useful? Marine chart of the area. Bathymetry vector data. Conservation areas. Geographic data. Your task: 1.Login to Digimap 2.Select Marine Digimap > Marine Download Search for Islay. 1.Select HydroSpatial One Vector data – Shape format 2.Select HydroView Charts, 1:75000 to 1: scale 3.Select Gridded Bathymetry 1 Arcsecond Claire is studying Ocean and Earth Science at Southampton University. For her undergraduate dissertation, she wants to explore the conservation areas covered by a proposed met mast, just off the coast of Islay. Claire has registered for some web map services (WMS), from Scottish Natural Heritage and Digimap OpenStream, that will provide data on protected areas and contemporary Map images : © Crown Copyright/SeaZone Solutions. All Rights Reserved st July 2011 Not to be Used for Navigation. geographic data. Claire now needs a marine chart of the area and bathymetry data.


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