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Published 1988 by Royal Dutch Geographical Society.
Published by the Royal Dutch Geographical Society this atlas includes 126 pages of maps reprinted from the Journal of Economic and Social Geography. Category Memberships.
An atlas is a collection of maps; it is typically a bundle of maps of Earth or a region of Earth. Atlases have traditionally been bound into book form, but today many atlases are in multimedia formats. In addition to presenting geographic features and political boundaries, many atlases often feature geopolitical, social, religious and economic statistics. They also have information about the map and places in it.
The other introductions are in English. This section holds maps of the administrative divisions. This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day the Netherlands, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day the Netherlands. This section holds copies of original general maps more than 70 years old.
This Is Not an Atlas seeks to inspire, to document the underrepresented, and to be a useful companion when becoming a yourself
Double hemispherical map of the world. Australia, called Nieuw Hollande, appears with Botany Bay clearly marked in Nieuw Zd. Walles.
The Netherlands in Maps. Article in Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 99(3):374-374 · July 2008 with 2 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Double hemispherical map of the world.
General Reference Maps Physical Landforms Geophysical Forces Geology Marine Features Soils. Climate Water History Fishing and Foresty Agriculture Mineral and Energy Resources. Business Transportation Socio-Cultural Administrative Mapping and Charting World. Title Page (95K) i. Dedication (75K) ii-iii.
Robert Karrow and David Buisseret, with a foreword by Lawrence Towner. Plates exploring the myths and realities of John Smith and his maps of the New World. A look at this marvel of medieval mapmaking and the diversity of traditions represented in the atlas.
Informative atlases include R. Tamsma, The Netherlands in Fifty Maps (1988); and Atlas of the Netherlands (196377). Audrey M. Lambert, The Making of the Dutch Landscape, 2nd ed. (1985), provides a historical geography. Modern Dutch society is explored in Johan Goudsblom, Dutch Society (1967); Gerald Newton, The Netherlands: An Historical and Cultural Survey, 17951977 (1978); Hans van Amersfoort (.