Tag: Atlas

Surveyor’s Saturday Serendipity: USGS National Atlas Streamer

In this week’s Surveyor’s Saturday Serendipity I’d like to introduce you to a new mapping service from the USGS, part of the National Atlas, called Streamer. Navigate America’s Major Rivers Without Getting Wet

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Atlas Machinery Supply Ltd. Expands into the Construction Market with Leica Geosystems Canada

Leica Geosystems

24 October 2011 (Norcross, Ga., 24, October  2011)  Leica Geosystems Canada is pleased to welcome Atlas Machinery Supply Ltd. as an authorized dealer for its construction tools and precision tools product lines. This partnership enhances Atlas Machinery’s product offering with

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ICA Map Exhibit Announcement

The U.S. National Committee of the International Cartographic Association (ICA) invites you to submit your current publications of maps, atlases, and other cartographic products to the Cartographic Exhibition at the 2009 International Cartographic Conference in Santiago, Chile. The 24th International

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Atlas of the Irish Rural Landscape

Atlas of the Irish Rural Landscape Product Description Lush and green, the beauty of Ireland’s landscape is legendary. “The Atlas of the Irish Rural Landscape” has harnessed the expertise of dozens of specialists to produce an exciting and pioneering study

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Irish Historic Towns Atlas No 19: Dublin Part II, 1610-1756 (Pt. 2)

Irish Historic Towns Atlas No 19: Dublin Part II, 1610-1756 (Pt. 2) Product Description “Dublin, Part II” traces the growth of the city from 1610 to 1756. The histories of over 2000 sites (streets, markets, schools etc) are referenced in

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