[ UK /kɑːtˈɒɡɹəfi/ ]
  1. the making of maps and charts
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How To Use cartography In A Sentence

  • The fifth and sixth principles of the rhizome are those of "cartography" and "decalcomania". Archive 2005-09-01
  • I don't know what the underlying rationale is and if this is a standard practice in cartography. Archive 2009-09-01
  • The revised map of the Northern countries in the third recension of Nicolaus, which placed Greenland north of the Scandinavian Peninsula, was a powerful factor in cartography for a century, especially as Waldseemuller gave the preference to this representation in his world and wall map of The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
  • As Harley points out, much of the scientific rhetoric of post-Enlightenment cartography was used to maintain systems of state and imperial domination.
  • In this chapter the hardware and software aspects of automated cartography are described.
  • Most of this recent amateur digital cartography is taking place upon the solid foundations of government-funded topographic mapmaking. Boing Boing: July 13, 2003 - July 19, 2003 Archives
  • A sighingly lovely covey of youths stares at the cartography with a smouldering incomprehension. Times, Sunday Times
  • As a Dominican he continued to study philosophy and theology but he became increasingly interested in the study of mathematics, astronomy, and cartography.
  • His work was both of a military and of a scientific nature, often combining these two aspects in his work on hydrography and cartography.
  • This is the sharp end of modern cartography, a revolution in processing geographic data for practical uses.
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