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Preservation in Digital Cartography

Archiving Aspects

Jobst, Markus (Ed.)

2010, XXII, 310 p.

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“Preservation in Digital Cartography … describe projects, research, ideas, and practical experience and to suggest how to preserve digital cartographic applications and geospatial data in a sustainable way. … appeal particularly to curators, archivists, repository managers, and digital preservation specialists with responsibilities for geospatial data. … Each chapter stands well on its own, and most are clearly structured, illustrated, and well referenced. … the book should be applauded in its central aim of raising awareness of the importance of preservation in digital cartography … .” (Chris Fleet, Cartographica, Vol. 46 (4), 2011)

 

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