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cartographer

[kär′täg·rə·fər]
(graphic arts)
An individual who makes charts or maps.
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Although French cartographers were leading the way in producing increasingly accurate images of the world, much of their work was based on false assumptions until the development and widespread use of aerial photography was to be introduced more than a century later.
In Chapter 6, the author starts to wrap up his discussion with additional concepts and ideas that can be used by the cartographer to create better maps.
Heinrich Zell (also Zeel, Czeel, Zeelius, Zellius) was a German printer and cartographer.
He gained fame as a cartographer when a small part of his first world map (prepared in 1513) was discovered in 1929 at Topkapi Palace in Istanbul.
A new edition of Swiss cartographer Eduard Imhof's classic provides new audience with a title last published 25 years ago and long out of print.
She traces Gertrude Bell's life and its many achievements as an official in the Red Cross, as a cartographer, explorer, archaeologist and Middle Eastern authority with a commitment that her heroine would have applauded.
The atlas, printed between 1579 and 1590, was created by Christopher Saxton and was bound together with a rare set of five maps by the Italian cartographer Giovanni Battista Boazio, which illustrate Sir Francis Drake's expedition to the West Indies and America between 1585 and 1586.
The atlas is bound together with a rare set of five maps by Italian cartographer Giovanni Battista Boazio.
Retired cartographer Peter Adams, of Jesmond, started to painstakingly reproduce Victorian maps covering the North East and beyond in 1999.
A recent player to enter the wholesale brokerage market is a company named after Flemish cartographer Gerardus Mercator.
Like an exploring cartographer, to prevent childhood obesity we must discover and record the routes at the same time we are traversing them; to wait until they are delineated is not an option.
An archaeologist by trade and a skilled cartographer, Dalla Bona's early work was heavily geared towards computers and geographic information systems doing landscape and predictive modelling during the early days of the Web in the late 1980s and early 1990s.