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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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In Chapter 6, the author starts to wrap up his discussion with additional concepts and ideas that can be used by the cartographer to create better maps.
com)-- The Hobo-Dyer map, originally designed by cartographers and social justice advocates as a two-sided desktop map in 2001, was first published by ODTmaps at 11”x17” in August of 2002.
Given the depth and organization of the book, I recommend it for the coffee table of the cartographer with an interest in art and aesthetics, but not for use as a classroom reading or scholarly reference.
com announced today the launch of its latest innovation MapMarketplace, a program which enables independent cartographers to publish their work through the map retailer's flagship website http://www.
Modern navigation devices such as in-vehicle systems, handheld computers, and pocket-size personal display devices offer cartographers new forms of dealing with content and scale.
For in the recourse to perspective, painters and cartographers moved together and in its early uses were often conjoined in the same person.
After working all week in Washington, DC, and environs--Will as a cartographer for the CIA, Nancy in various roles for various other agencies--they wanted to get out of the city for weekends and holidays to experience nature with their three daughters and three sons.
He will tell how a 16th cenruty cobbler's son escaped the Inquisition to become the first modern scientific cartographer and geographer.
This collection of telescopic photos and illustrations by uranographer Wil Tirion and lunar cartographer Antonin Rukl covers all the objects visible in the northern and southern skies.
Those mariners are British sailor Arthur Phillip, French navigator Laperouse, Captain Bligh of the Bounty, Spaniard Alejandro Malaspina, George Vancouver, and cartographer Matthew Flinders.
Lives Of Mapmakers is a science fiction anthology of characters who range in background from a sixteenth-century cartographer to a modern farm worker; yet all of them are caught up in a quest for direction in their lives.