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Geographic Information Systems The Microcomputer and Modern Cartography (Modern Cartography, Vol. 1) by D. R. Fraser Taylor

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Published by Pergamon Press Inc .
Written in English


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Number of Pages272
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ISBN 100080402771
ISBN 109780080402772

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