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Australia Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) areas-94 [cartographic material] / produced by the Division of National Mapping, Canberra from information supplied by the National Library of Australia
Bib ID 282739
Format MapMap
Author
Australia. Division of National Mapping
 
Scale Scale 1:5,000,000 ; simple conic proj. (E 110⁰00'--E 155⁰00'/S 10⁰00'--S 40⁰00') 
Description Canberra : Natmap, 1982 
1 map : col. ; 79 x 88 cm. 
Summary

Map shows DDC areas in accordance with area tables 19th ed. Dewey.

Subjects Classification, Dewey decimal - Maps.  |  Australia - Maps.
Time Coverage 1982 

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    MAP G8961.E67 1982
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