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Antarktis [cartographic material] : Satellitenbildkarte = satellite image map
Bib ID 5814414
Format MapMap
Author
Institut für Angewandte Geodäsie (Deutsches Geodätisches Forschungsinstitut)
 
Scale Scale 1:6,000,000 ; Polar stereographic proj. with standard parallel at 750 S lat. (W 11°00'--E 90°00'/S 60°00'--S 90°00'). 
Description Frankfurt am Main : Institut für Angewandte Geodasie, 1984 
1 remote sensing image ; 54 x 92 cm. 
Notes

Satellite image of Antarctica. Shows stations operating in the Antarctic, Winter 1983 (except South Shetland Islands).

Digital images 1980-1983.

Includes location diagram and imagery coverage diagram, digital image data, and digital image processing notes.

National Library of Australia’s copy acquired by arrangement with Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR)

Subjects Antarctica -- Aerial views.  |  Antarctica -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1980-1983 
Form/genre Remote-sensing maps.

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