This site highlights the cartographic design and geographic information systems work of Daniel E. Coe, GISP. Daniel currently lives and works in Olympia, Washington where he is the GIS cartographer for the Washington Geological Survey. Previously, he worked for 5 years as a cartographer and GIS analyst with the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries (DOGAMI) in Portland, Oregon. While in Portland, Daniel was also a member of the mapping group The Cartesian Collective, which produced a number of mapping products, including the book Portlandness: A Cultural Atlas.
Daniel’s work has been featured on websites and in print publications including: NationalGeographic.com, Atlas Obscura, Engadget, Flowing Data, Colossal, Treehugger, American Scientist, the Esri Map Book, and Cartographic Perspectives. His work has been also been included in the map anthologies MAP: Exploring the World and Atlas of Design. Additionally, Daniel took home the 2017 Esri Storytelling With Maps Contest Grand Prize for his narrative on Washington’s Ice Age Floods.