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Chart 1. Symbols, Abbreviations, Terms Nouvelle edition 2004 (2004)

Date: 2004
Creator: Canadian Hydrographic Service
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Access: CD-ROM [183]
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Chart No. 1 contains the symbols, abbreviations, and terms used on navigation charts published by the Canadian Hydrographic Service and is based on the "Chart Speicifications of the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO)".
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General Chart of the Great Lakes 1st ed. (1927)

Date: 1927
Creator: Canada Hydrographic Office
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Scale: 1:1 200 000
Access: web
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Depths shown by contours and soundings. Shows cities and towns; boundaries; railways; principal sailing routes; insets: St. Lawrence River between Montreal and Quebec -- Rainy Lake and Lake of the Woods. Includes distance charts; elevation and dimension chart.
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Interaktivni Atlas Slovenije (2000?)

Date: 2000?
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Access: CD-ROM [139]
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The INTERAKTIVNI ATLAS SLOVENIJE compact disk was published in two versions: Personal Version contains the following menus: Maps, Index of Names, Heritage, Tools, Features, Help, About the Project Professional Version contains the following menus in addition to those in the Personal Version: Addresses (municipalities, settlements, streets, houses) and Satellite (GPS) Navigation.
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MassGIS (200x - 199x)

Date: 200x - 199x
Creator: Government of Massachusetts
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Projection: UTM
Scale: 1:5,000; 1:10,000; 1:250,000
Access: web
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Seamless Digital Chart of the World Version 3.01, 2004 ()

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Creator: Global Mapping International
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Access: CD-ROM [202]
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This product is a globally seamless adaptation of the U.S. Government's Digital Chart of the World (Vector Smart Map Level 0 [VMap0], Edition 5) produced by Global Mapping International in ESRI shapefile format, with added country polygons and updated first-level subdivisions of countries. The underlying Digital Chart of the World was developed by the National Imagery and Mapping Agency (now the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency)of the U.S. government. GMI has merged the DCW into seamless, global shapefile layers (the original consists of four separate libraries, each divided into dozens of tiles). GMI has also provided sample map project and layer files applying appropriate cartographic symbology to the complex classification system of VMap0). The VMap0 data was compiled from the Operational Navigational Chart (ONC) series of air navigation maps with a scale of 1:1,000,000. Full information about VMAP Level 0, edition 5 is contained in MIL-PRF-89039 "PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION - VECTOR SMART MAP (VMap) Level 0" as amended (VMAP0_spec.pdf) GMI has also provided sample map project and layer files applying appropriate cartographic symbology to the complex classification system of VMap 0 when using the shapefiles in ArcGIS version 8.3 and above.
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Undersea with GIS (2001)

Date: 2001
Creator: ESRI Press
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Access: CD-ROM [140]
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"In the same way GIS has helped make analysis and mapping of the earth's surface more accessible and powerful, GIS technology allows experts to see that large portion of the planet that is underwater. This collection of works from experts in marine biology, oceanography, aquatic resource management, and other fields charts the ways in which GIS is beginning to help improve understanding of the oceans."
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