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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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It does not matter if readers are practicing map catalogers or catalogers new to cartographic resources, this guide offers a summary and overview of how to catalog cartographic resources using the new standard.
Included are discussions on good and bad design techniques, along with design elements of the cartographic practice.
As was mentioned, the method for semiotic evaluation of cartographic signs was developed by partly transforming the already existing method for evaluation of communicative quality of thematic maps (Dumbliauskiene 2000) and taking into consideration the psychological principles of perception (Kaffemanas 1997, 2001, 2002; Vaitkevicius 2002; MacEachren 2004; Stanikunas et al.
to facilitate the transfer of new cartographic technology and knowledge between nations, especially to the developing nations
In his analysis of Renoir's La Grande Illusion, Conley suggests that the film's deep, cartographic perspectives afford a more complete vision than that provided by the classical, verbal art of literature or the modern, visual technology of photography.
The cartographic treasures in this book include maps from the most important collections in Europe and America.
In the 1780s James Renell, the surveyor-general of Bengal, produced maps using geographical information compiled during military incursions into the region, and he was later instrumental in the cartographic 'framing' of India as a subcontinental territory.
Intelligent Road-Rail Information Server, or IRRIS, as it is commonly known, was named a winner in the Cartographic Excellence awards at the GeoSpatial World 2002 conference in Atlanta.
The book divides into three sections: one on measuring, the second on cartographic imagery, and the third on geographical narrative.
My project involves the development of an interactive cartographic animation depicting a "day in the life" of two airports in the Midwest.
The author's concentration on what he calls the 'concrete street-level picture' rather than the 'abstract, cartographic picture' produces a picture-book of architectural scenery.
The Self-Made Map: Cartographic Writing in Early Modern France.