Nathaniel Vaughn Kelso

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Nathaniel Vaughan Kelso is a cartographer working for Stamen Design, and previously The Washington Post and the National Geographic Society.[1][2] He collaborated with Tom Patterson on the Natural Earth project and related journal article.[3] Kelso also assisted in the development of Color Oracle, a computer program for viewing graphics as a user with color blindness might perceive them.[4]

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  1. ^ Five Washington Post departures announced today
  2. ^ Where 2.0 Speaker biography
  3. ^ Patterson, T. and Vaughn Kelso, K. (2004). Hal Shelton Revisited: Designing and Producing Natural-Color Maps with Satellite Land Cover Data. Cartographic Perspectives, 47. p. 9
  4. ^ Color Oracle

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