The Earth
by descending powers of 2
Institute of Mathematical Geography
Dedicated to the dissemination of scholarly research in geography, in mathematics, and in the interaction of these disciplines.

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Jubilee medal design based very roughly on the silver jubilee medal of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain.

  • Solstice page translated into Belorussian, April, 2016; many thanks to Valerie Bastiaan.  Link.
  • Solstice cover materials translated into Ukranian, August 25, 2011; many thanks to Galina Miklosic.  Link.
  • Solstice was a Pirelli INTERNETional Award Semi-Finalist, 2001 (top 80 out of over 1000 entries worldwide)
  • One article in Solstice was a Pirelli INTERNETional Award Semi-Finalist, 2003 (Spatial Synthesis Sampler).
  • American Mathematical Monthly, September 1992, in Telegraphic Reviews section notes Solstice as "one of the world's first electronic journals using TeX."  L. A. Steen.
  • Science News, 25 January, 1992.  Article about Solstice.
  • Science, AAAS, 29 November, 1991.  Article about Solstice.

  • IMaGe is listed as a "Collection" in the persistent online archive, DeepBlue, of The University of Michigan library.  It is listed under "Mathematical Geography" on the Collections link.
  • Solstice is listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals maintained by the University of Lund where it is maintained as a "searchable" journal.
  • Solstice is listed on the journals section of the website of the American Mathematical Society,
  • Solstice is listed in the EBSCO database.
  • IMaGe is listed on the website of the Numerical Cartography Lab of The Ohio State University:
  • Solstice is listed in Geoscience e-Journals, as in the table below:

Geoscience e-Journals





Sandra Lach Arlinghaus, Ph.D.;  Founding Director and Creator of IMaGe, e-mail:

All material is copyrighted and copyrights for IMaGe materials are filed, along with original copy, in the Library of Congress. Please employ standards for fair use and citation practice similar to those for conventional printed matter. From the original IMaGe logo, Allen K. Philbrick created, for IMaGe, this graphic variation (in 1986) used as the background for this site.  Source of original (single) Earth animation, downloaded from:
This site was created, first, on December 19, 1995.
The Institute of Mathematical Geography is a division of Arlinghaus Enterprises, L.L.C.