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car·tog·ra·phy

 (kär-tŏg′rə-fē)
n.
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.cartographic - of or relating to the making of maps or charts
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Translations
خَرائِطي
kartografický
kartografisk
térképészeti
kortagerîar-
kartografický
haritacılığa ait

cartographic

[ˌkɑːtəʊˈgræfɪk] ADJcartográfico
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cartographic(al)

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cartography

(kaːˈtogrəfi) noun
map-making.
carˈtographer noun
ˌcartoˈgraphic (-ˈgrӕ-) adjective
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"The cartographic involves delineating the country into Enumeration areas," KNBS said in a statement on Tuesday.
She said specific boundary disputes had to be sorted out and concluded to facilitate incorporation of correct codes in the census cartographic exercise adding that administrative authority boundaries required for allocation of resources also needed to be captured by census operations.
Edelson shows that seemingly disparate cartographic projects, stretching from the Maritimes to Florida, and from the Proclamation Line to the Ceded Islands in the southern Caribbean, were part of a coherent effort to evaluate rationally different regions and more directly organize the distribution of new lands, in order to create a new model of settler colonialism that tied colonists and indigenous peoples firmly to the metropolitan center through mutual economic interest.
During the seminar, the staff of the Department of Cadastre and Registration of Immovable Property Rights and the State Cartographic and Geodetic Service shared their knowledge and experience that they learned from Korea, and the specific topic of the seminar are national infrastructure for spatial data, GIS in cartography, GNSS / GPS systems, unmanned aerial vehicles.
There are several informative chapters beginning with Chapter 3 "Comparing Standards," Chapter 4 "Navigating RDA to Describe Cartographic Resources Elements, and Chapter 5 "Cartographic Resources Cataloging."
National mapping agencies are now faced with the need of publishing maps through geoportals, ideally up-to-date, at low cost, and with high cartographic quality (Foerster, Stoter, and Kraak 2010; Duchene et al.
Everything was much hazier and our forebears would have been puzzled by sovereignty over a specific geographical space being defined almost exclusively by cartographic lines.
It should be noted that the Lithuanian scholastic geographical cartographic production is a sore point which actually is neglected.