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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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Most cartographers at the time did not accompany French explorers and navigators on their ocean journeys, but instead produced maps from the safety of their offices, relying only on written information being sent back.
The Minard map is used as an example for discussion and analysis of how cartographers draw maps.
Caspar Hennenberger (1529-1600), born in Thuringia, Prussia cartographer and historian, studied theology at the University of Konigsberg (1550).
I just reduced them and edited them in the style of the old cartographers.
If we want to feel better about the map gaffe, just think of the poor Luxembourg cartographer who turned up to work this morning to find himself at the centre of an international row.
Shot by Joe Stoll, a cartographer in that department, this group portrait uses a forested environment to bond the six people (and their dog) into a cohesive group.
Expressive hands define the geometric space between the sympathetic figure and the celestial globe (drafted by Dutch cartographer Jodocus Hondius in 1600) and drive the forward movement of the body.
Where there are conflict areas, in terms of boundaries or place names," says cartographer Sheena Barclay, "we aim to show the de facto position representing the situation as it exists oil the ground at the time of going to press.
We found a cartographer who did a detailed map of the affected area for Electric Transmission Week, and we're cross-promoting it to all the other titles.
The cartographer seldom had access to skins of identical dimensions, and even the atlases, made from skins cut to a uniform size for a given atlas, exhibit significant variations between consecutive atlases of the same cartographer.
Museum cartographer (that's a map maker, girls) Mio Thatch discovers a long-lost journal.
The above world map, created by a cartographer in Antwerp, Belgium, in the late 1500s, not only shows the known regions with some accuracy but also includes blank space representing the terra incognito.