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Bibliography of works on cartographic communication =

International Cartographic Association.

Bibliography of works on cartographic communication =

Bibliographie des euvres sur la communication cartographique

by International Cartographic Association.

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Published by [International Cartographic Association] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bibliography,
  • Cartography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8283920M
    ISBN 100853280525
    ISBN 109780853280521

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Bibliography of works on cartographic communication = by International Cartographic Association. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Bibliography of works on cartographic communication = Bibliographie des œuvres sur la communication cartographique. [Christopher Board; International Cartographic Association.

Commission V, Communication in Geography.]. A Selected, Annotated List of Works on Old Maps and Their Makers, and on their Collection, Cataloging, Care, and Use Compiled by Robert W.

Karrow, Jr. This is a personal selection and doubtless somewhat idiosyncratic. It emphasizes, but is not limited to, newer works in the English language, especially those likely to be of great interest to persons working in or on North.

Annotated Bibliography. With a list of sources, packed full of information, it is easy to paraphrase a little too close to the original information.

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Cartography as Communication Cartography is closely related to graphical communication. Maps are symbolic abstractions of reality.

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Bibliography of works on cartographic communication = Bibliographie des œuvres sur la communication cartographique / International Cartographic Association, Commission V, Communication in Cartography ; edited by Christopher Board.

The cartographic principles discussed herein are laid out to guide GIS users through the process of transforming accumulated bits of GIS data into attractive, usefulmaps for print and display. This discussion specifically addresses the intricacies of effective color usage (Section "Color"), symbol selection (Section "Symbology.This bibliography of works on medieval communication offers a survey of work in a field of study which, from the s onwards, has seen an ever-increasing number of monographs, collections of miscellanies and articles in learned journals being published every year.Annotated Bibliography Argenti, P.

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