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Atlas Almeria (2009)

Date: 2009
Creator: Andres Garcia Lorca
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Access: DVD[386]
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From DVD: "El Medio, La Sociedad, Las Actividades. Edicion con Cartografia Georreferenciada."
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Atlas of Canada -Toporama ()

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Creator: Natural Resources Canada
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Access: web
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Toporama – Topographic Maps One of the Atlas of Canada’s special 100th Anniversary projects is offering topographical maps for all of Canada. These new maps are the next generation of the Centre for Topographic Information’s very successful Toporama product. The National Topographic System (NTS) provides general-purpose topographic map coverage of Canada. These maps depict, in detail, ground relief (landforms and terrain), drainage (lakes and rivers), forest cover, administrative areas, populated areas, transportation routes and facilities (including roads and railways), and other constructed features. The maps show data from the 1:250 000 and 1:50 000 National Topographic Databases.
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Clutter Data (2004)

Date: 2004
Creator: DMTI Spatial Inc.
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Scale: 1:50000 30m & 1:250000 90m
Access: Local Intranet & DVD
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Uses NTDB grid system (eg. Toronto = 30m11)
Contains: 10 land use classifications: 1. Fresh Water 2. Ocean 3. Coniferous Forest 4. Deciduous Forest 5. Open Land 6. Airports 7. Industrial 8. Urban 9. Dense Urban 10. Wetland
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Dufour Map Cartography in the Past and Present (2003)

Date: 2003
Creator: Federal Office of Topography
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Scale: 1:100,000
Access: CD-ROM [352]
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The Dufour Map is an interactive CD which allows the user to compare the historic Dufour map of 1842-64 with the first modern official map of Switzerland at 1:100,000
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GIS Data Map Studio Home Page ()

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Creator: USGS (EROS)
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Access: web
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This is a site hosted at the USGS Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) by the USGS. Here you will find public web map services, and interfaces developed at the center. Many of the public web map services are published on the Geography Network, and some national services are cohosted by ESRI.
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Land Cover Classification System Classification Concepts and User Manual (2005)

Date: 2005
Creator: Di Gregorio Antonio
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Access: CD-ROM [295]
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This Land Cover Classification System was developed by FAO and UNEP, it enables the comparison of land cover classes regardless of map scale, land cover type, data collection method or geographic location. It is the only universally accepted classification system in use and is an important tool in global mapping.
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Landcover Greater Toronto Area (2002)

Date: 2002
Creator: Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR)
Datum: NAD 83
Projection: Transverse Mercator
Scale: 15 metres
Access: Available upon request via Map Library local intranet
Description:
16 classifications Raster to Polygon toolbox in ArcGIS used to create polygons for the areas of each classification.
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Terra Viva SEDAC Viewer (2006)

Date: 2006
Creator: ISCIENCES, L. L. C. and Columbia University
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Access: CD-ROM[392]
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From CD: "TerraViva! SEDAC Viewer is a geographic information portal providing rapid access to national geostatistics, thematic maps, and related information easily referenced using geo-coordinates and a gazetteer."
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