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map series

A group of maps or charts usually having the same scale and cartographic specifications, and with each sheet appropriately identified by producing agency as belonging to the same series.
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The maps we have are colonial and the basic: 1:50000 map series have not been updated to cover the whole country.
Perhaps most striking in this map series is the role of India and China.
US: The USGS completed 14 maps at 1:250,000, and had 19 more under production with 11 completed in a 1:500,000 sketch map series.
Software is necessary to ensure the operation producing state map series (SMD) and publication of data and services on the sponsor site.
NET Tree Map series come with advanced legend and labeling options and supports drill-down functionality.
Atzmony also uses the technique of print on both sides of the slabs used in the rolled-up map series.
Most unsettling of all is Holzer's MAP series from the 2007 Venice Biennale, especially Protect Protect deep purple, the document from which this survey takes its title.
The Mighty Map series features double-sided maps that cover the whole of a specified city or country, showing area names, road names, shopping malls, hotels, beaches, parks, museums, hospitals and other key landmarks and attractions.
The idea of an internationally agreed 1:1 million map series was mooted as early as the 1860s by Sir Henry James, Director of the British Topographical Department, as a potential solution to this looming crisis (James 1860).
With familiar pink-covers and a scale of 1:50,000, OS Landranger maps are great for town or country, and the blue OS Travel Map series makes route planning easy.
OS Explorer is one of the map series offered by Ordnance Survey.
The map series uses the GDA94 datum and the Transverse Mercator Projection.