cartography

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  • He wrote his own computer programs and later made use of software primarily designed for cartography.
  • In the following years he published various articles on matters of cartography in military journal.
  • Two years later he became the director of the French geological cartography service.
  • The campaign had a significant effect on British cartography of the region.
  • He offered a course in cartography while a student, one of the first such in the United States.
  • More recently, Wood has joined his expertise in cartography with his interest in art and art history.
  • It appears not to have been widely used outside cartography.
  • Although he studied law and would serve in government for his entire career, he maintained an interest in cartography and published many famous works.
  • He became a high authority on early American cartography and the history of the period of exploration.
  • He continued his studies of cartography and also science, especially anatomy.
  • In the last of these the roads are indicated for the first time in English cartography.
  • People were using newly created cartography and using these maps to explore the world on paper.
  • Gray eventually left to continue his career in cartography, and Auldridge later left the band.
  • He lectured in cartography and surveying while also writing up his scientific work.
  • Over time, this theory developed into what he called a "cartography" of the deep human psyche.
  • Of what may have been the cause of this inaccurate cartography it is impossible to form any opinion. Cited from The South Pole, Vols 1 and 2, Roald Amundsen
  • When he was 10, he received the first prize of cartography at primary school.
  • The definition of the legend is determined by the movement within ones own cartographies.
  • The young Forster learned there how to conduct scientific research and how to practice cartography.
  • This is how I came to enter the studio devoted to the cartography of Northern Africa. Cited from Atlantida, by Pierre Benoit
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