East View
Press Blog


» Free Articles
» Table of Contents Alerts
» Insight From Our Editors
» New Title Updates
» And More...


Follow @EastViewPress @EastViewPress
Follow /EastPress /EastPress
   
East View Companies

 
East View Terrain Analysis Series
Multi-Volume Series
(hardcover, e-book, database)
Download flyer




ABOUT THE SERIES

East View's Terrain Analysis Series is based on detailed analytical reports found on the verso side of the 1:200,000 scale Soviet military-topographic map series. Expertly translated by East View, the series makes an abundance of detailed local geographic data accessible to a global audience.


Each title in the series is composed of individual reports analyzing the terrain and relevant geography of a specific portion of the country. The reports themselves are structured into six parts, describing populated places; local roads and transportation networks; topography and soils; hydrology; vegetation, and climate. Following this description for each area is a full-color small-scale overview topographic map of the region under examination, as well as a full-color soil map. Where possible, East View has updated or supplemented the reports with additional geospatial and population data from authoritative sources and locally sourced content.


Titles in the Terrain Analysis Series are available as hardcover books or e-books. East View also offers each title as a fully searchable XML database subscription with clearly marked geonames. Please inquire at online@eastview.com for trial requests and pricing information.

AVAILABLE TITLES


  2003; 128 map sheets


  2014; 154 map sheets


  2015; 47 map sheets

FEATURED CONTENT


Featured Content:

A Greeting to Arms, Novaya gazeta, June 6, 2018


Editor-in-Chief Interview: “Only National Interest Can Be the Driving Force of Foreign Policy”

Russia’s Antarctic Strategy

From the Archives:

The Crimean Crisis and the Issue of Security Guarantees for Ukraine (No. 2, 2014)


Japan’s Indo-Pacific Strategy as a Means of Containing China

From the Archives:

Aspects of the Evolution of China’s Middle East Policy (No. 2, 2014)


Global Monitoring of Outer Space as a Major Trend in Ensuring Russia’s Military Security in Aerospace

From the Archives:

Cyberspace in Military Operations Today (No. 1, 2014)


The Wiping Out of History: What Is Left of the Revolutionary Myth?

From the Archives:

The European Union’s Energy Security and Russia (No. 2, 2015)