Books in category Technology & Engineering – Cartography | Page 1

  • Mapping Cultures

    Mapping Cultures
    Les Roberts

    An interdisciplinary collection exploring the practices and cultures of mapping in the arts, humanities and social sciences.

  • Rome Measured and Imagined

    Rome Measured and Imagined
    Jessica Maier

    She also advances our understanding of early modern cartography, which embodies a delicate, intentional balance between science and art. The text is beautifully illustrated with nearly 100 images of the genre, a dozen of them in color."

  • Spying with Maps

    Spying with Maps
    Mark Monmonier

    In Spying with Maps, the "mapmatician" Mark Monmonier looks at the increased use of geographic data, satellite imagery, and location tracking across a wide range of fields such as military intelligence, law enforcement, market research, and …

  • Mapping Naval Warfare

    Mapping Naval Warfare
    Jeremy Black

    This beautiful book examines stunning original maps from a series of key conflicts from the Spanish Armada, the American Wars of Independence, and the Napoleonic wars to twentieth century conflicts from the First World War to Vietnam, and …

  • A Wilderness of Rocks

    A Wilderness of Rocks
    Melanie Schleeter McCalmont

    "Discover the University of Wisconsin collection of historic relief models, or three-dimensional maps.

  • Topographie

    Peter Kohlstock

    Folgende Themen werden entsprechend ihrer Bedeutung f r die Topographie behandelt: Tachymetrie, terrestrische Photogrammetrie, terrestrisches Laserscanning, Aerophotogrammetrie, Aero-Laserscanning, Radar- und Satellitenbildverfahren, …

  • Terrestrial Lessons

    Terrestrial Lessons
    Sumathi Ramaswamy

    Prologue: Global itineraries, Earth inscriptions — In pursuit of a global thing — "As you live in the world, you ought to know something of the world" — The global pandit — Down to Earth?

  • Weighing the World

    Weighing the World
    Edwin Danson

    Danson presents the stories of the scientists and scholars that had to scale the Andes, cut through tropical forests and how they handled the hardships they faced in the attempt to revolutionize our understanding of the planet.

  • Le pouvoir des cartes

    Le pouvoir des cartes
    Pedrick, C.

    Les systèmes d'information géographique participatifs (SIGP) associent divers outils et méthodes de gestion des informations géo spatiales comme les croquis cartographiques, la modélisation participative en 3D (MP3D), les photographies …

  • In the Memory of the Map

    In the Memory of the Map
    Christopher Norment

    Explores the relationship between maps, memory, and experience through personal stories.

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