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Atlas of commercial geography

 


 


 


 


 


Illustrating the general facts of physical, political, economic and statistical geography, on which international commerce depends.

Themes: Heights and Depths, Characteristic Land Surface Features and Ocean Currents, Mean Annual Rainfall with Limits of Snowfall, Prevailing Winds, Climate, Isotherms, Range of Temperature, Natural Productions, Diseases, Population Density, Religion, Ethnicity, Isochronic Distance, Postage, Commercial Map of the World, The British Empire

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Creator: 
Bartholomew, J. G. (John George), 1860-1920
Date of creation: 
1889
Temporal extent: 
1860 to 1920
Publisher: 
Cambridge University Press
Data type: 
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None
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Web
Library call number: 
G1046 .Q1 B37 1889
Subjects: 
ATLAS
BOUNDARIES
CITIES
CLIMATE
ECONOMICS
ELEVATION
ETHNOLOGY
MINERAL RESOURCES
MINERALS
NATURAL RESOURCES
POPULATION
POSTAL GEOGRAPHY
TRADE
Geography: 
AFRICA
ASIA
AUSTRALIA
ENGLAND
EUROPE
NORTH AMERICA (ENTITY)
SOUTH AMERICA
UNITED KINGDOM
WORLD (ENTITY)
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Introductory Remote Sensing Digital Image Processing and Applications

The CD-ROM enables the display of thousands of different images and the ability to preform various image manipulations. There are over 70 satellite digital datasets for areas in North America, Ireland, China, Sudan, Peru, Western Europe & UK. Explains how to apply digital image processing techniques to remotely sensed imagery, and how to obtain useful results and information during this process. It assumes a course in introductory remote sensing or air photo interpretation, college algebra, and basic statistics.

Creator: 
Gibson, Paul J. & C.H. Power
Date of creation: 
2000
Temporal extent: 
2000
Publisher: 
Routledge
Place of publication: 
London
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None
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None
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CD-ROM [180]
Subjects: 
AIR PHOTOS
DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING
MAPS
SATELLITE IMAGES
Geography: 
CHINA
EUROPE
IRELAND
NORTH AMERICA (INCLUSIVE)
SOUTH AMERICA
UNITED KINGDOM
Restrictions: 
FACULTY STAFF STUDENTS
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Not Open

ArcAtlas : Our Earth

ArcAtlas: Our Earth contains global geographic and attribute data at three scales (1:10,000,000 for Europe, 1:20,000,000 for North and South America, Africa and Antarctica 1:25,000,000 for Asia and Australia). The data set was produced by Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) and can be used with the ArcView and ArcInfo software packages.

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ESRI
Date of creation: 
1996
Temporal extent: 
1996
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varied scales
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None
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Subjects: 
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Geography: 
AFRICA
ANTARCTIC
ARCTIC
ASIA
AUSTRALIA
NORTH AMERICA (ENTITY)
SOUTH AMERICA
Restrictions: 
FACULTY STAFF STUDENTS
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Global GIS Database: Digital Atlas of Central and South America

The Digital Data Series encompasses a broad range of digital data, including computer programs, interpreted results of investigations, comprehensive reviewed data bases, spatial data sets, digital images and animation, and multimedia presentations that are not intended for printed release. Scientific reports in this series cover a wide variety of subjects on all facets of U.S. Geological Survey investigations and research that are of lasting scientific interest and value. Releases in the Digital Data Series offer access to scientific information that is available in digital form; the information is primarily for viewing, processing, and (or) analyzing by computer

Creator: 
United States Geological Survey
Date of creation: 
2001
Temporal extent: 
2001
Publisher: 
United States Geological Survey
Edition: 
Digital Data Series DDS-62-A
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1:1000000
Data type: 
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None
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None
Medium: 
Web CD-Rom #008
Subjects: 
BASE MAPS
BOUNDARIES - POLITICAL
CLIMATE
CULTURAL
HIGHWAYS
HYDROGRAPHY
HYPSOGRAPHY
PLACENAMES
RAILROADS
TOPOGRAPHY
TRANSPORTATION
VEGETATION
Geography: 
CENTRAL AMERICA
SOUTH AMERICA
Restrictions: 
FACULTY STAFF STUDENTS
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CLIMATE
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INDUSTRIAL
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GEOLOGY
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CULTURAL
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RELIEF
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Photo-image map of parts of Peru, Bolivia, and Chile

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not under copyright. 1 black-and-white photomap of South American coastline compiled from rectified GEMINI-9 photography. Shows national boundaries, major cities and selected physical features.

Date of creation: 
1966 Jun 5th
Temporal extent: 
1967
Scale: 
ca. 1:2,500,000
Publisher: 
U.S. Geological Survey
Place of publication: 
[Reston, VA]
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Library call number: 
2211
Subjects: 
AIR PHOTOS
AIR PHOTOS - BLACK AND WHITE
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BOLIVIA
CHILE
PERU
SOUTH AMERICA
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-81.39,-55.7,-57.26,-0.04

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Seaborne trade

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out of copyright. Series of 9 sheets with black-and-white maps of maritime trade routes, some with red overprint. Accompanies text Seaborne trade by Charles Ernest Fayle, D581 .F38 (catalogue record linked below).


1. The world on Mercator's projection, showing principal trade routes

2. North Sea and Baltic Sea, showing early minefields in North Sea

3. North Atlantic, showing North American and Caribbean trade routes

4. Oriental trade routes

5. South American trade route, showing points of attack

6a. Gulf of Aden, showing capture of City of Winchester by KÔøΩnigsberg, Aug 6 1914

6b. Vicinity of Canaries, showing captures by Kaiser Wilhelm der GrÔøΩsse, Aug. 15-16 1914

6c. Pacific Coast of North America, showing capture of Elsinore by Leipzig, Sep. 11 1914

6d. Gulf of Guayaquil, showing capture of Bankfields by Leipzig, Sep. 25 1914

7. Bay of Bengal and part of Indian Ocean, showing captures by Emden, September 10-October 30, 1914

8. Vicinity of Cape San Roque, showing captures by Karlsruhe, Dresden and Kronprinz Wilhelm, Aug. 15, to Oct. 27, 1914

9. Mid Atlantic, showing captures by Kronprinz Wilhelm and Prinz Eitel Friedrich

Date of creation: 
1924
Temporal extent: 
1924
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Historical Section of the Committee of Imperial Defence
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London
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Library call number: 
2123
Subjects: 
MILITARY
TRADE
WAR
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AFRICA
ASIA
ATLANTIC OCEAN
EUROPE
GREAT BRITAIN
INDIAN OCEAN
SOUTH AMERICA
WORLD (INCLUSIVE)
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Communication chart of the world (sheet 1)

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out of copyright. 1 map with 2 insets (Newfoundland to Chesapeake Bay, and British Isles, North Sea and Baltic), showing locations of radio stations, land and submarine telegraph cables, and their landing places and ownership.

Date of creation: 
1933
Temporal extent: 
1933
Cartographer: 
Hydrographic Office, U.S. Navy
Edition: 
8th
Publisher: 
U.S. Navy
Place of publication: 
Washington, DC
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None
Library call number: 
2137
Subjects: 
RADIO
TELEPHONE LINES
TRANSMISSION LINES
Geography: 
AFRICA
ATLANTIC OCEAN
EUROPE
NORTH AMERICA (ENTITY)
SOUTH AMERICA
WORLD (ENTITY)
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