A year or so ago we submitted a manuscript to a top-tier archaeology journal describing our North Dakota Man Camp Project. It was a long manuscript – 12,000 words, it was descriptive and report-y, and tried to say everything at once. It came as no little surprise, then, when we received a “revise and resubmit” request from the journal along with some really positive (and critical) comments. It turns out that our article was far worse than our project (at least we hope). We hope this article is better.
I make a couple of maps yesterday using the really great data from the North Dakota GIS Hub.
A year later, we’re ready to resubmit, and this marks one of the few tangible results of my sabbatical (so far?):