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cartography

map making.

epidemiological cartography
making maps which show epidemiological data about distribution of disease or its causes by land area.
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Since the advent of perspective geometry in the 15th century, followed by the rise of colonialism and the Scientific Revolution, map making in the West has followed a utilitarian, scientific and technical tradition.
Esparza Editores is an established Mexico City company with over 45 years' expertise in the map making business.
Considering principles, practices and applications in turn, he explores such topics as the universal language of systems, the time is now, map making, sticky moments, and familiar patterns.
Tenders are invited for Chain campas, leveling work, map making, Raisen
Nokia said further that the target company's reality capture and processing technologies will be implemented into the 3D map making capabilities of HERE, the Finnish firm's recently unveiled location cloud solution.
The works are being loaned to the Museum and Art Gallery by the Royal Collection and have been chosen to show the range of the Renaissance master's techniques and interests such as botany, engineering and map making and his use of different media.
It is an encyclopaedic collection covering six centuries of map making, representing every major map-maker and is estimated to fetch in excess of pounds 5m,' said Simon Warren, of Sotheby's auction house in London.
The result is that Tele Atlas is uniquely able to provide navigation maps for driving in Russia in a joint project under the supervision of the Ministry, an essential factor in map making of Russia.
TomTom is a global leader in smart map making, and one of the first to use crowd sourcing to keep maps up-to-date.
Along the way, she reflects on cycles, being lost and found, the openness of the sky and claustrophobia of forest or city, beauty, desire, love, wilderness, and map making, tied together by the themes of emptiness and expectations summarized in a final brief half-page.