cartological

cartological

(ˌkɑːtəˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
relating to cartology
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It is surprising that the author, a surveyor, has omitted important geographical and cartological requirements for the maps on pp.14-19, which do not have a compass, scale, coordinates or key map to indicate their spatial inter-relationship.
(222.) See Communications, The Koch Network: A Cartological Guide, 0pensecrets.org (Jan.
When Shadrack is kidnapped for his cartological expertise, Sophia and her Baldlands friend, Theo, embark on the adventure of their lives to try to rescue him.
Yet questions about land ownership and control cannot be reduced to an exercise in cartological archaeology, a search for the map that identifies the authentic links between places and people.