Sorry, the Cybergeography Research web pages are no longer being updated. The project ran from 1997-2004, but my research has moved away into other areas (see my blog for latest). If you have any questions or comments, please email me at: (at) 

Cheers, Martin Dodge, February 2007.

What's New

Weather Maps
Wireless Maps

What's New

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Welcome to the Atlas of Cyberspaces

This is an atlas of maps and graphic representations of the geographies of the new electronic territories of the Internet, the World-Wide Web and other emerging Cyberspaces.

These maps of Cyberspaces - cybermaps - help us visualise and comprehend the new digital landscapes beyond our computer screen, in the wires of the global communications networks and vast online information resources. The cybermaps, like maps of the real-world, help us navigate the new information landscapes, as well being objects of aesthetic interest. They have been created by 'cyber-explorers' of many different disciplines, and from all corners of the world.

Some of the maps you will see in the Atlas of Cyberspaces will appear familiar, using the cartographic conventions of real-world maps, however, many of the maps are much more abstract representations of electronic spaces, using new metrics and grids. The atlas comprises separate pages, covering different types of cybermaps.

| Introduction | Whats New | Conceptual | Artistic | Geographic | Cables & Satellites | Traceroutes | Census | Topology | Info Maps | Info Landscapes | Info Spaces | ISP Maps | Weather Maps | Wireless | Web Site Maps | Surf Maps | MUDs & Virtual Worlds | Historical |


Atlas of Cyberspace, the book

by Martin Dodge & Rob Kitchin

For more information on the geographies of the Internet, the Web and Cyberspaces, check out The Geography of Cyberspace Directory. If you're interested in discussing the wider issues why not join the Mapping-Cyberspace list?

Maintained by Martin Dodge ( (at), Cyber-Geography ResearchGeography, University of Manchester.
Last revised February 2007.
(© Copyright - Martin Dodge, 2007. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.)