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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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Following in his father's footsteps the younger Wyld joined the Royal Cartographical Society in 1830 at the tender age of 18.
The beach is cartographical space that contains meanings; Veronica's body and actions also constitute a site that she fallaciously but deliberately projects for both the genesis and the erasure of Ndi's instinctive reactions.
This background paper was to define the North-South and international borderline of Southern Sudan and to provide as well detailed cartographical and mapping references for the Southern Sudan borderlines.
Unfortunately, some of the cartographical reproductions were too small to examine closely, although some chapters included amplified map segments.
Important work on Jesuit cartographical material, for example, is a case in point; sources such as these have also been used in the context of Southeast Asian studies.
Perhaps on more solid ground, Paula Henderson provides a historical survey of the landscaping, architecture and use of gardens at the Inns, based on both cartographical and archaeological evidence.
of California at Los Angeles) explores the ways in which the interconnected theories of speech acts and the performative can be applied to five aspects of geography: cartographical construction as variations of speech act performance; performative aspects of the creation of place; performative valences of the creation of public and private space; performances of speech acts in relation to environmental determinism and how they do or do not instantiate transformations within the geopolitical sphere; and the history of the discipline of geography as a sequence of performative acts by geographers as they work to establish geography as different types of disciplinary method or socio-scientific viewpoint.
Before assignments I would immerse myself in books - mainly of the cartographical variety - mapping my way around whichever country I'd been commissioned to photograph.
The chapter weaves together much fascinating archival and cartographical material with a fresh consideration of the playtext and persuasively establishes an Icelandic connection to the image of purgatory in Hamlet.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have two types of generalizations: cartographical and model-based generalizations [1].