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Cugir

 

a city in central Rumania, in the district of Alba. Population, 20,900 (1970). Its industries include mechanical engineering, sawmilling, and food processing. Manufactures are sewing and washing machines, bicycles, and attachments for machine tools.

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CUGIR also has a separate collection development policy (CUGIR Work Group, 2003).
Our guiding principles for establishing guidelines with respect to format and projection were to maximize the utility of CUGIR data.
We should also note that while CUGIR attempts to maintain copies of superseded datasets or other datasets even if they are no longer available for public use, it does not serve as a preservation repository for geospatial data.
Because CUGIR participates in various geospatial data clearinghouse initiatives, all data available in CUGIR must have FGDC CSDGM metadata.
CUGIR was not one of the original recipients of the memo but learned from user inquiries at that time that the New York State GIS Clearinghouse was offline.
The initial security review of CUGIR data was based on two factors (Martindale, 2002): inherent risk (utility of the information to potential attackers) and distribution level (availability of information from other sources).
Use, Distribution, and Rights CUGIR provides unrestricted access to geospatial data.
As noted earlier, intellectual property issues with respect to data distributed via CUGIR are simplified by the fact that much of it is in the public domain or otherwise free of copyright and other distribution restriction.
We have included datasets from immediately adjacent areas when those data may provide some benefit to CUGIR users.