6 edition of Maps and Related Cartographic Materials found in the catalog.
June 1999 by Haworth Information Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Paige G. Andrew (Editor), Mary Lynette Larsgaard (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||487|
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Make maps and other cartographic materials more easily accessible and usable. Maps and Related Cartographic Materials: Cataloging, Classification, and Bibliographic Control is a format-focused reference manual for catalogers that should occupy a prominent place on your reference by: 7.
SUMMARY. With the transition from cartographic materials to spatial information the nature and amount of access data for the library field is changing. Besides bibliographic data there exists now a range of metadata, each kind for specific purposes within specific user fields.
Book Description. Make maps and other cartographic materials more easily accessible and usable. Maps and Related Cartographic Materials: Cataloging, Classification, and Bibliographic Control is a format-focused reference manual for catalogers that should occupy a prominent place on your reference shelf.
Make maps and other cartographic materials more easily accessible and usable. Maps and Related Cartographic Materials: Cataloging, Classification, and Bibliographic Control is a format-focused reference manual for catalogers that should occupy a prominent place on your reference : Taylor And Francis.
Rent or Buy Maps and Related Cartographic Materials: Cataloging, Classification, and Bibliographic Control - by Larsgaard for as low as $ at Voted #1 site for Buying Edition: 1st. This book was co-published simultaneously as vol numbers and, of Cataloging and Classification Quarterly.
The only difference between the book and the combined issues of the journal is that the book has an index. Of course, another advantage to buying the book is that one can keep the book at hand to refer to while leaving all the issues of the Cited by: 1.
MARC tags for cataloging cartographic materials / Velma Parker --Map cataloging and classification: the basic who, what, and where / Harry O. Davis, James S. Chervinko --Problem areas in the descriptive cataloging of sheet maps / Ken Rockwell --Cataloguing map series and serials / Velma Parker --The cataloging of globes / Scott R.
McEathron. Paige G. Andrew is the Maps Cataloging Librarian at the Pennsylvania State University Libraries, holding the rank of Full Librarian. He participates in three of the Library of Congress Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC) programs: BIBCO, NACO, and SACO.
He has published articles on the bibliographic control of cartographic materials and related topics in professional journals. When cataloging non-manuscript maps, globes, atlases, aeronautical charts, celestial charts, remote sensing images, computer generated maps and other cartographic material use the Map record type (e).
For digital cartographic material enter computer file characteristics in Maps and Related Cartographic Materials: Cataloging, Classification, and Bibliographic Control eBook: L, Mary Larsgarrd: : Kindle StoreAuthor: Mary Larsgarrd L.
Make maps and other cartographic materials more easily accessible and usable. Maps and Related Cartographic Materials: Cataloging, Classification, and Bibliographic Control is a format-focused reference manual for catalogers that should occupy a prominent place on your reference shelf.
Outside of standard cartographic Maps and Related Cartographic Materials book tBrand: Taylor And Francis. Tourist maps: Use for maps from the National Park Service, National Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and other agencies that show trails, recreation sites, and other features of interest to visitors.
1 Cartographic materials: a manual of interpretation for AACR2, Appendix A.4B. The last two sentences are: “If the corporate body is.
Abstract. Maps and related cartographic materials have been collected and accumulated by libraries and archives for almost years, but it has been only with the relatively recent establishment of national public repositories that the basic principles of.
40 Maps and related cartographic materials: (Andrew & Larsgaard) Map Basics Map cataloging is a specialty, different in several ways from the cataloging of other formats.
A good number of the rules for cataloging maps also apply to atlases, which are collections of maps in book "form" but not format. In some rare occasions atlases are. Author of “Cataloging Sheet Maps: The Basics,” he co-edited, with Larsgaard, “Maps and Related Cartographic Materials: Cataloging, Classification, and Bibliographic Control,” and with Larsgaard is co-founder of and continues as co-editor of the Journal of Map and Geography Libraries: Advances in Geospatial Information, Collections and.
Maps and related cartographic materials: cataloging, classification, and bibliographic control / Paige G. Andrew, Mary Lynette Larsgaard, editor. New York: Haworth Information Press, SML, Map Collection Reference Z MX (LC).
The maps deal with subjects represented in the book collection. In general, the USGS Library does not collect detailed topographic maps of areas outside North America.
Related Materials – In addition to maps, the USGS Library collects atlases, gazetteers, map catalogs, indexes, and other materials related to maps and mapping. Formerly, he was the Maps and Nonbook Materials Cataloger at the University of Georgia Library (). Author of Cataloging Sheet Maps, the Basics, as well as other publications on issues related to cartographic materials cataloging, Paige has also been active in both the creation of, and revision to, cataloging standards.
This book\u27s main sections cover MARC tags for cataloging cartographic materials, an overview of map cataloging, cataloging specific types of material such as map series and serials, globes, geologic sections, printed atlases, and aerial photographs and other remote-sensing images, cataloging early cartographic material, metadata and Author: Katherine Rankin.
GG, Atlases, Globes and Maps), GA, GB, GF, and ZZ They are found primarily in the Library's classified collection, supplemented by a selective Reference Book Collection located in the Geography and Map Division.
For treatment of cartographic materials in the narrower sense of maps, atlases, globes, charts. For this presentation, I have chosen to focus only on the problems involved with cataloging maps.
Chapter 3 of the Anglo-American Cataloging Resource (AACR2R) has the standard information on how to catalog Cartographic Materials, but I have also used “Maps and Related Cartographic Materials,” by Andrew and Larsgaard which gives a more in.
A map collection or map library is a storage facility for maps, usually in a library, archive, or museum, or at a map publisher or public-benefit corporation, and the maps and other cartographic items stored within that facility. Sometimes, map collections are combined with graphic sheets, manuscripts and rare prints in a single department.
In such cases, the expression "map. Maps and Map-Making in Local History by Jacinta Prunty; Maps and Memory in Early Modern England: A Sense of Place by Rhonda Lemke Sanford; Maps and Politics [hardcover] by Jeremy Black; Maps and Politics [paperback] by Jeremy Black; Maps and Related Cartographic Materials: Cataloging, Classification and Bibliographic Control by Paige G.
Andrew. The Library of Congress has custody of the largest and most comprehensive cartographic collection in the world with collections numbering over million maps, 80, atlases, 6, reference works, over globes and globe gores, 3, raised relief models, and a large number of cartographic materials in other formats, including o cds/dvds.
GIS has radically changed how people create and engage with geographic information. Online maps shape the primary user experience, serving as both the means of creation and the mechanism for sharing and delivery. Interactive GIS maps are now used widely—traveling with us wherever we go.
People have come to appreciate the power of combining layers of all kinds in. Maps and Geospatial Information Overview The Map Collection was started in the s and developed into a collection of more thanmaps, 3, atlases, reference books, globes, printing plates, and other cartographic-related materials.
Part of opening the doors to cartographic possibility includes pointing to some helpful educational materials. Some of these we make on our own, and others we reference from the vast universe of the internet. Click on tags to automatically search for related terms.
Atlas. An atlas is a collection of maps, traditionally bound into book form. Cartographic Salon Exhibition of cave and karst-related maps. The NSS Cartographic Salon, which is held annually at the National Speleological Society Convention, has four purposes: Foster interest in cave cartography as a technical skill and art form.
Encourage the exchange of techniques and styles. Recognize cartographic excellence. Cartographic materials: a manual of interpretation for AACR2 by Stibbe, Anglo-American cataloguing rules, Cataloging of cartographic materials, Cataloging of maps, Descriptive cataloging, Cataloging of maps, Descriptive cataloging, Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
IN : O maps and images online. The collection focuses on rare 18th and 19th century North American and South American maps and other cartographic materials.
Historic maps of the World, Europe, Asia, and Africa are also represented. A Research Guide to Cartographic Resources consists of 18 chapters, two appendices, and a detailed index that includes place names, and libraries, structured in a manner consistent with most reference guides, including cartographic categories such as atlases, dictionaries, gazetteers, handbooks, maps, plans, GIS data and other related material.
cartographic methods to digital mapping and geographic information systems (GIS) (see, e.g., Rhind, ; Ben-Moshe, ; and United Nations, a). Traditionally, the role of maps in the census has been to support enumeration and to present aggregate census results in cartographic form.
Cartographic automation has greatly expanded this. Check the UW Catalog for the call number and location of the materials you are looking for.
The Suzzallo/Allen Stacks have most of the atlases owned by the Libraries. Map Collection has a few atlases located in Suzzallo Ground Floor Reference or in Maps Folio, both located on the Ground Floor of Suzzallo.
Special Collections in Allen South Basement has many historic and rare Author: Matt Parsons. Librarians managing cartographic collections must be geo-literate and have adequate academic library school coursework to design effective map and geospatial services.
21st century cartographers and geographers have gained new importance in documenting natural disasters through the use of global social media channels, maps, and geographic. Cartographic materials, including maps, atlases and globes that receive original cataloging are cataloged according to the latest full national standard for descriptive cataloging.
For imprints published throughthe national standard is Descriptive Cataloging or Rare Materials (Cartographic), known as DCRM(C). The collection focuses on rare 16th through 21st century maps of North and South America, as well as maps of the World, Asia, Africa, Europe, and Oceania.
The collection includes atlases, wall maps, globes, school geographies, pocket maps, books of exploration, maritime charts, and a variety of cartographic materials including pocket, wall. The cartographic records described in this list may be examined in the research room of the Cartographic Archives Division in accordance with regulations issued by the Administrator of General Services.
NARS is equipped to provide reproductions of maps. Articles & Research Databases Literature on your research topic and direct access to articles online, when available at UW.; E-Journals Alphabetical list of electronic journal titles held at UW.; Encyclopedias & Dictionaries Resources for looking up quick facts and background information.; E-Newspapers, Media, Maps & More Recommendations for finding news, Author: Matt Parsons.