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  Information - G11 European cartographic heritage - Historical topographic and cadastral maps and their geodetic basis

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Contributions concerning the historical (cca. 1750-1920) European navigational, topographic and cadastral maps and their geodetic baseworks are welcome. A special focus to the georeferencing methods, eg. the grid and datum definitions of these maps and geodetic networks in modern GIS environment, is advised.

Obtaining a special issue of an English-language Hungarian journal (Acta Geodecita et Geophysica) for the session contribution is being discussed.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
Kretschmer, I.-Riedl., A: Austrian (Habsburg) official cartographic activities from the First Military Survey to World War I.


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