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SYMBOLS FOR TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS OF SCALES 1:25,000,
1:50,000 AND 1:100,000

East View Cartographic
(paperback)
ISBN: 1-879944-37-7
Year: 1997
Language: English
Pages: 118
Price: See Below
DESCRIPTION

A complete translation of the Soviet military manual Условные знаки для топографических карт маштабов 1:25, 000, 1:50, 000, 1:100,000. The standard manual for topographic map symbols for maps of 1:25,000, 1:50,000 and 1:100,000 scale, this work includes detailed symbols tables and thorough explanations of the use of symbols and typefaces for captions in the formatting of original maps. In addition, this publication includes lists of abbreviations for expanatory words (in both English and Cyrillic) and lists of names of political-administrative and administrative units. The last section of the publication includes examples of frame formatting at all three scales.

Availability: This title is out of print. Print copies are available for $295, digital copies for $245. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. To order, contact info@eastviewpress.com, or send your request using the ordering link, above.

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