Definition of Cartographic. Meaning of Cartographic. Synonyms of Cartographic

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Definition of Cartographic

Cartographic
Cartographic Car`to*graph"ic, Cartographical Car`to*graph"ic*al, a. Of or pertaining to cartography.

Meaning of Cartographic from wikipedia

- Cartographic ****ociation (ICA), the world body for mapping and GIScience professionals, as well as the ICA member organizations British Cartographic Society...
- Cartographic propaganda is a map created with the goal of achieving a result similar to traditional propaganda. The map can be outright falsified, or created...
- such as the International Cartographic ****ociation and through national mapping societies such as the North American Cartographic Information Society and...
- their multicultural heritage the Majorcan cartographic school experimented and developed unique cartographic techniques most dealing with the Mediterranean...
- The earliest cartographic depictions of Europe are found in early world maps. In classical antiquity, Europe was ****umed to cover the quarter of the globe...
- Encyclopædia Britannica also described cartographic charts made by the Dravidian people of India. The cartographic tradition of India influenced the map...
- In linguistics, Cartographic syntax, or simply Cartography, is a branch of Generative syntax. The basic ****umption of Cartographic syntax is that syntactic...
- "up" on the map corresponds to East on the comp****). The most common cartographic convention is that north is at the top of a map. Maps not oriented with...
- Cartographic generalization, or map generalization, includes all changes in a map that are made when one derives a smaller-scale map from a larger-scale...
- Thessaloniki (/ˌθɛsələˈniːki/; Gr****: Θεσσαλονίκη, [θesaloˈnici] (listen)), also known as Thessalonica (English: /ˌθɛsələˈnaɪkə, ˌθɛsəˈlɒnɪkə/), Saloniki...