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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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However, some of the images could have been more carefully chosen to set certain standards in promoting 'best practice' in cartography.
Applicants for professional posts as cartographers usually have degrees in cartography, geography, geomatics or related subjects; applicants who have relevant postgraduate qualifications would also be considered.
Perhaps of greater value and originality is his reading of Raleigh's "Discoverie of Guiana" with and against the grain of Marlowe's dramatic cartography.
to contribute to the understanding and solution of world-wide problems through the use of cartography in decision-making processes
For example, Peter Barber of the British Library covered mapmaking in England; the chapter on English marine cartography was written by Sarah Tyacke, former chief executive of The National Archive and a leading specialist of this subject.
In this regard, the work of scholars such as Brian Harley and David Woodward (co-founders in the 1980s of the influential multi-volume History of Cartography project published by The University of Chicago Press), of Matthew Edney (current editor of this project), represented a major turn in the nature of cartographic history.
Launched on March 14, 2005, the Cadastral Ownership Registry's (CORe) primary purpose was to replace the manual entry of data into ownership books maintained in the Cartography Division of Washington County Government.
This column gives you the chance to ask me questions about cartography (mapmaking) and geography (the study of the relationship between people and land, climate, and resources).
Cartography can put some near misses behind him to claim the Sam Collingwood-Cameron Conditions Stakes at Hamilton today.
The rationalization of cartography, on the other hand, drains "India" of its strangeness, so that it "enters the domain of knowledge" and is "produced as a colonialist space" (151).
Using modern computer cartography techniques and the work of a team of geographers, editors and students, they produced an atlas that was encyclopedic in scope and artistic in appearance.