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The art or technique of making maps or charts.

[French cartographie : carte, map (from Old French, from Latin charta, carta, paper made from papyrus; see card1) + -graphie, writing (from Greek -graphiā; see -graphy).]

car·tog′ra·pher n.
car′to·graph′ic (kär′tə-grăf′ĭk), car′to·graph′i·cal adj.
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Adj.1.cartographical - of or relating to the making of maps or charts
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But as Mrs Ladd and her son Jim go through his belongings they discover a cartographical gem: a treasure map no less on which X marks the spot
But it turns out this was based on findings in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, which have no such cartographical confusions.
As a multi-disciplinary artist, her work often draws upon cartographical references in order to investigate the ontological realities of human existence in a degenerating political, social and religious environment.
Monumenta cartographica: reproductions of unique and rare maps, plans and views in the actual size of the originals; accompanied by cartographical monographs, v.
Cartographical analysis of African swine fever outbreaks in the territory of the Russian Federation and computer modeling of the basic reproduction ratio, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 102(3): 167-174.
The core section looks at geography between science and politics from the perspectives of geographical science, the thought of the farthest horizon in the Greek and Roman tradition, geography and politics in the Roman Empire, and cartographical science in Alexandria.
The farm is located in the approximate cartographical coordinates of: 14[degrees]26 'south latitude and 41[degrees]04' west longitude from Greenwich to 335 meters of altitude, data obtained by a GPS (Garmin Etrex, Legend Hcx).
The Curious Map Book", by Ashley Baynton-Williams, takes a quirkier approach to cartographical history.
This split is not just a cartographical separation but also a deeply felt geographical located identity marker.
Pictorial elegance, cartographical deletion, and historiographical violence" and "Conclusions: Double silencing" sections reflect on the violent consequences that result from an uncomfortable intersection between cartography and historic preservation, looking in particular at the historical spaces that the maps commit to, as well as those that they omit.
Moreover, it will enable the modernization of the statistical system prior to the Population and Housing Census of 2017, financing will be used to update cartographical registries with state-of-the-art technology and strengthen the National Institute for Development Information s (INIDE) institutional capacity.
Recently, emerged environmental challenges set new cartographical objectives which require modern geoinformational software enabling prompt reaction to any environmental changes.