Site Concept, Design, and Flash Development Pond Media and Design: Phillip Pond.

Site Architecture and Content (text, historical imagery, curriculum)  – The Mannahatta Project staff at the Wildlife Conservation Society: Eric Sanderson, Kim Fisher, Markley Boyer, Amanda Huron and Danielle LaBruna.

Muir web interactive prepared by Kim Fisher and Meredith Adams based on prefuse, original code by Jeffrey Heer.

Funding – This project was prepared for the New York State Department of State Office of Coastal, Local Government & Community Sustainability with funds provided under Title 11 of the Environmental Protection Fund in partnership with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation.

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation provided funding for this project from the Environmental Protection Fund through the Hudson River Estuary Program.

Additional funding has been received from the Prospect Hill Foundation; the Hudson River Foundation; the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission; Furthermore grants in publishing, a program of the J.M. Kaplan Fund; Nurture New York’s Nature; the Center for Environmental Research and Conservation (CERC), part of the Earth Institute at Columbia University; the Van Alen Institute and Social Science Research Council; and numerous individual donors.  Block sponsors are recognized through the “Explore Mannahatta” interface.

The ESRI Conservation Program provided in-kind donations of geographic information system software.  The mapping interface is based on the Google Maps API made freely available by Google.

Many scholars and scientists have generously contributed their expertise to the project.  Thanks to all.

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