Geographic Map of new York state

New York State Geographic Map

A physical map of New York showing the main geographical features of New York. New York State's geography is very different. Embossed map of New York (USGS).

Cards, gazetteers and geographical resources: bibliographies on the Internet: State Library New York

Contains geography and map department histories and backgrounds, bibliography and index. "The Digital Collections" contains on-line map collections from 1500-2003 (towns and communities, nature protection and ecology, discoveries and research, cultivated environments, naval combat and campaigning as well as transport and communication). The National Geographic Society website provides policy and physics mapping and information to locations around the globe.

Included in the category are nature protection, space, world and information for teachers. The site contains a compilation of the United States Department of the Interior's online, multi-media and printable map series. Among the visitors' cards are cards of the national parks, the national park system and the American Revolution. The site also contains 3D-charts of some national parks.

Cards are available in Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Illustrator and sometimes in JPGs. Searchable charts of all of the world's lands, both recent and historic, from the CIA, the U.S. Bureau of the Census and other important resources. Included in the category are lectures and meetings, exhibits, globes, picture pages, magazines, map libraries, map libraries, map societies, messages (sources), scientists, theft and webcampaigns.

The page contains a browseable index. This information is made available via the GISata sharing cooperative.

Certain information is limited to members of the Co-operative. Offers mappings based software and service, geographic capabilities, and geographic applications. Contains SIGER product, on-line cartography, geographical ressources, geographical programs, comprehension of censography and GIS. Comprises over 8,000 charts of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries from North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Cards can be accessed through the Insight Browser.

Browse by county, country/province, publisher, keyword or date area. Provides a map of historical towns all over the globe, from Aachen to Zurich. Comprises historical USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) charts of New England and New York. Use the quadrant index, the location index or the map to access the map. Contains geography and map department histories and backgrounds, bibliography and index.

"The Digital Collections" contains on-line map collections from 1500-2003 (towns and communities, nature protection and ecology, discoveries and research, cultivated environments, naval combat and campaigning as well as transport and communication). The National Geographic Society website provides policy and physics mapping and information to locations around the globe. Classified are New York Underground, Pearl Harbor and Lewis and Clark.

Among the visitors' cards are cards of the national parks, the national park system and the American Revolution. The site also contains 3D-charts of some national parks. Cards are available in Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Illustrator and sometimes in JPGs. Searchable charts of all of the world's lands, both recent and historic, from the CIA, the U.S. Bureau of the Census and other important resources.

The USGenWeb Project website contains state and map information, US map information and India map information. More than 100 different datasets on the earth's earth layer structures, the localization of seismic errors, a recording of seismic and volcano phenomena, magnetical and gravitational surveys and groundwater aquifer description as well as topographic information on the area.

Interactivity allows the user - from experienced researcher to primary school student - to make cards with almost any choice and combinations of these. Meta information and record title can be browsed by keyword. Heaven: Planetarium Interactivity -A map every date, every moment, every vantage point and every observation place.

Comments on the New York cartographic story of the 19th centuries, a catalogue of select encyclopedias and a catalogue of select cards (dated 1793-1900) in the possession of the New York State Library. The cards are sorted by date or author/editor. Provides hyperlinks to digitized pictures of New York State from 1500-1800.

New York City Digital Map organised by theme and date range. The subjects are populations and races, descent, incomes and livelihoods, education for adults, domestic type and commutees. The site contains GIS files, ortho images, halftone images, NYS GIS Help Desk and other ressources. This information is provided by the GISata sharing cooperative.

Certain information is limited to members of the Co-operative. Contains 2002 and 1992 United States Congress (New York only), New York State Assembly and New York State Senate plans. The website contains national and customized country wide charts in German only. The map path finder contains hyperlinks to digitized pictures of New York State mapping.

Contains early cards (before 1800), panorama cards, 19th and 20th centuries cards. The Geographic Name Information System (GNIS) contains geographical geographic feature labels in the United States and its territory. Contains information on geographical characteristics of other countries. Country and topic sheets are available for downlaod.

A portal for place name server, located in the USA, Earth, Land and Planets. Compilated by Arizona State University Libraries.

Topographical charts available via map, square name, USGS (US Geological Survey) or DOT (Department of Transportation) cipher. Contains ortho images.

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