This issue: 55 pages, 97-152

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Vol.9, No.3 (2014)


W. Crom

Digitisation of maps – only a colourful picture or a value added service? 97-104

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R. Simon, P. Pilgerstorfer, L. Isaksen, E. Barker

Towards semi-automatic annotation of toponyms on old maps, 105-112

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E. Dai Prà, M. Mastronunzio

Rectify the river, rectify the map. Geometry and geovisualization of Adige river hydro-topographic historical maps, 113-128

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A. C. Metcalf

Water and Social Space: Using georeferenced maps and geocoded images to enrich the history of Rio de Janeiro’s fountains, 123-145

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G. Timár, Zs. Bartos-Elekes, V. Crăciunescu, C. Flueraru, Z. Imecs, Zs. Magyar-Sáska

Danger doesn’t vanish with the dikes: Comparison of the inundation pattern of the 2006 Danube floods and the historical topographic map of 1864 of South Romania, 146-152

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