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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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That is a valuable 19th century rarity and is counted to be both cultural and cartographical value from that period.
Each of the accepted percentage value has a definite symbol, which are used in the cartographical material clearly showing the value group of the historical ensembles (Fig.
Mapping Vertue Rewarded (1693) and Sarah Butler's Irish Tales (1716) reveals significant cartographical and narrative distinctions between these and two near-contemporary English fictions, Aphra Behn's Oroonoko (1688) and Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe (1719).
A fictional map as a frontispiece and references within each novel to map reading opens the cycle up to a cartographical reading and invites the reader to enter into its mapping game, including the comparison of the fictional space with the real, which Beaule does for her reader.
through the pressures of empirical and cartographical evidence.
In executing this project, I have benefitted from the bibliographical assistance of Bettina Bergmann, Rob Cioffi and Christopher Jones, acute suggestions by David Elmer, the cartographical skills of Scott Walker, and, most especially, the archaeological expertise and scholarly generosity of Ferdinando De Simone, to all of whom I am most grateful.
Instead of popping the champagne corks, though, some GOP leaders are warning about the perils of too much cartographical authority.
James is careful to avoid reductively mapping memory onto space, noting that for these writers, memory is a dynamic process forever in revision, not merely a set of spatial triggers (although describing Swift's The Light of Day (2004) as a "mind map" [112] comes dangerously close to reinstating the seductive cartographical metaphors ably questioned earlier in the book).
I then discuss the cartographical discourse of the period, including several maps that represent the/kips according to rival notational conventions for illustrating altitude and three-dimensional space, or relief.
21) In fact, Dante's chorography of Italy here goes beyond surviving cartographical and geographical descriptions from the period in its synthetic description of the mountain and hydrographic systems of north-central Italy.
Feasibility study of united national cartographical model, in Selected papers of 7th International Conference "Environmental Engineering", Vol.
Consequently, Moscow attaches importance to scientific research in the region (geological, geophysical, cartographical, hydrographical, and other) since the results will play a decisive role in the accomplishment of the legal process.