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ERTS imagery series 1:250 000 [cartographic material] : Australian Antarctic Territory / produced by the Division of National Mapping, Department of Minerals and Energy
Bib ID 3295722
Format MapMap
Author
Australia. Division of National Mapping
 
Scale Scale 1:250,000 (E 160°00'--E 45°00'/S 60°00'--S 90°00'). 
Description Canberra : Division of National Mapping, Dept. of Minerals and Energy, 1974- 
maps ; 45 x 56 cm. or smaller. 
Notes

"NMP 74/229".

"The series is derived from photographic enlargements of Earth Resources Technology Satellite (ERTS) images. These have been positioned to existing ground control as closely as possible".

Later issues published by the Dept. of National Resources.

Subjects Antarctica -- Maps.  |  Australian Antarctic Territory (Antarctica) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1974 
Form/genre Remote-sensing maps.
Other authors/contributors Australia. Department of Minerals and Energy  |  Australia. Department of National Resources
Also Titled

Australian Antarctic Territory

Earth resources technology satellite imagery series


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