Mapping, Society, and Technology
by Steven Manson
Publisher: University of Minnesota 2017
Number of pages: 194
Learn how to read, use, and create maps and along the way explore how maps reflect the relationship between society and technology. Mapping is an essential form of scientific and artistic inquiry as well as a trillion dollar business. People, companies, and governments use and misuse maps and map technology to tell stories, save lives, rig elections, and spy on you.
Home page url
Download or read it online for free here:
by Willis E. Johnson - American Book Company
Contents: The Form of the Earth; The Rotation of the Earth; Longitude and Time; Circumnavigation and Time; The Earth's Revolution; Time and the Calendar; Seasons; Tides; Map Projections; The United States Government Land Survey; etc.
- United Nations Environment Programme
This 400-page Atlas is a unique publication which brings to light stories of environmental change at more than 100 locations spread across every country in Africa. There are more than 300 satellite images, 300 ground photographs and 150 maps.
by Sylvia J.T. Jansen, et al. - Springer
Researchers are faced with a wide variety of methods that measure housing preferences and choices. To select and value a valid research method, one needs an overview of the methods that are used in housing preference and housing choice research.
by Michael Pidwirny - PhysicalGeography.net
This online textbook describes an area of knowledge within geography known as physical geography. The book contains over three hundred pages of information, 2-D illustrations, photographs, and animated graphics organized into ten chapters.