topographic base

topographic base

Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The blame for this sorry state of our base mapping, be it for land registration or planning topographic base maps, lies squarely with the Survey of Kenya.The institution failed to advise subsequent governments since independence on the need for proper and updated maps for all kinds of exploitation of natural resources.
This article outlines one approach to the use of topographic base data to calculate land-use indicators.
The contract was awarded to Fugro by Dewberry as part of an ongoing effort to update Alaska's decades-old topographic base maps.
The system provides an integrated view of various systems over the backdrop of topographic base maps, aerial and/or satellite images and connects with QP's onshore pipeline and cable networks as well as those of other government organisations on Qatar GISNet, such as Kahram and Ashghal.
In 1967, the Geological Survey of Greenland began a 30-year campaign to produce 1:500000 scale geological maps of East Greenland in conjunction with the topographic base maps made by Kort and Matrikeistyrelsen, formerly the Geodetic Institute.
The AIRPACK suite, which has also been chosen by UNI AIR (also part of the Jet Services Group), manages every type of airplane on the market, administers decentralized main bases and integrates all existing flight planning formats and topographic base formats.
In view of this, the transformation of the geological maps to a modern geographical topographic base, application of a unified legend, translation into the local language, and adaptation to GIS technologies finalize the former stage of geological mapping in Latvia.
(1998), and the use of land parcel maps and planning maps in relation to topographic base maps was researched in depth by Kang et al.