How To Make Hand Drawn Maps

Autore: Helen Cann
Editore: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452175292
Grandezza: 23,68 MB
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With wonderful examples and easy-to-follow instructions, this beautifully illustrated how-to book makes it simple and fun to create one-of-a-kind hand-drawn maps. Helpful templates, grids, and guidelines complement a detailed breakdown of essential cartographic elements and profiles of talented international map artists. From city maps and family trees to treasure maps, palmistry charts, platformgame maps, and more, the wide range of projects collected here will satisfy first-time cartographers as well as veteran mapmakers inspired by the popular map art trend.

Hand Drawn Maps

Autore: Helen Cann
Editore: Thames & Hudson
ISBN: 9780500293157
Grandezza: 27,27 MB
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Hand Drawn Maps is a fun 'how to' book about hand drawn cartography. It is introduced by a brief history of maps and map making, followed by five sections covering everything you need to know to make your own maps. Section 1 covers the practicalities, so by the end of it you are equipped to create your own map using compasses, neatlines, cartouche, handlettering, and your own symbols. Section 2 looks at different types of map, from picture and word maps to architectural blueprints and video game maps. Section 3 uses a wide range of examples to show the reader how to create maps of places, from early strip maps used to describe the journeys taken by 18th-century stagecoaches to dungeon and treasure maps. Section 4 covers maps of ideas. There are exercises throughout to enable the reader to build on the knowledge they have just gained. The book is completed by six stand-alone projects.

From Here To There

Autore: Kris Harzinski
Editore: Princeton Architectural Press
ISBN: 1616891874
Grandezza: 36,43 MB
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From Here to There celebrates these ephemeral documents--usually forgotten or tossed aside after having served their purpose--giving them their due as artifacts representing stories from people's lives around the world. There is the young woman suffering from juvenile rheumatoid arthritis who created maps of the Humira injections on her stomach and thighs to help her remember the sites, and give them time to heal. Or the young boy who imagined a whole country for ants and put it to paper. Lucas from Australia drew an obsessively detailed map of his local traffic island, and a teenage girl contributed a map of her high school locker. Two American tourists got lost in the Bulgarian mountains following the hand drawn map of a local, and Britanny from Denmark drew directions to an animal rights protest in Copenhagen. The maps featured in From Here to There are as varied and touching as the stories they tell.

Londonist Mapped

Autore: AA Publishing
Editore:
ISBN: 9780749579104
Grandezza: 63,84 MB
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The best of London as brought to you by Londonist, now featuring hand-drawn maps from some of our favorite British illustrators. Londonist is about London and everything that happens in it - and now it's mapped. The city at your fingertips, brought to life by an eclectic group of illustrators. Whether you're looking for something new to do around Brick Lane, or wondering about London's bridges and how they got their names, Londonist's team of contributors know the city and its history inside out. Appealing to map addicts, trivia junkies and Londoners-about town alike, this new compendium showcases hand-drawn maps inspired by some of the best of their writing.

Maaaps

Autore: Aunyarat Watanabe
Editore:
ISBN: 9780615904146
Grandezza: 43,11 MB
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Discover the world through the eyes of Japanese illustrator Aunyarat Watanabe. Aunyarat has illustrated maps of her 18 favorite cities on Earth and 1 map that is "out of this world!" From the peaceful islands of Hawaii to the busy sidewalks of New York to the pyramids of Egypt to the creatures of Madagascar and beyond, these maps are full of fun, food, adventure and inspiration.

Applying Computer Drawn Maps Of Geologic Data To Analysis Of Mining Problems

Autore: Charles M. McCulloch
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 74,82 MB
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Folk Linguistics

Autore: Nancy A. Niedzielski
Editore: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110803380
Grandezza: 37,75 MB
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TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS is a series of books that open new perspectives in our understanding of language. The series publishes state-of-the-art work on core areas of linguistics across theoretical frameworks as well as studies that provide new insights by building bridges to neighbouring fields such as neuroscience and cognitive science. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS considers itself a forum for cutting-edge research based on solid empirical data on language in its various manifestations, including sign languages. It regards linguistic variation in its synchronic and diachronic dimensions as well as in its social contexts as important sources of insight for a better understanding of the design of linguistic systems and the ecology and evolution of language. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS publishes monographs and outstanding dissertations as well as edited volumes, which provide the opportunity to address controversial topics from different empirical and theoretical viewpoints. High quality standards are ensured through anonymous reviewing.

Gis And Site Design

Autore: Karen C. Hanna
Editore: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471163879
Grandezza: 33,37 MB
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Demonstrates how to use IBM PC or Macintosh-based Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software for landscape architecture, site design, land planning, and visual resource analysis, including design of large sites such as subdivisions, golf courses, parks, campuses, greenways, trails, riparian restorations, and more.

Summary Idea Mapping

Autore: BusinessNews Publishing
Editore: Primento
ISBN: 2806247101
Grandezza: 20,16 MB
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The must-read summary of Jamie Nast's book: “Idea Mapping: How to Access Your Hidden Brain Power, Learn Faster, Remember More and Achieve Success in Business”. This complete summary of the ideas from Jamie Nast's book "Idea Mapping" highlights that the human brain is better at processing information when it is presented visually. Therefore by converting linear information that is received into an idea map, you create relationships which will help clarify the information contained. The author tells the reader the best ways to establish idea mapping, such as defining your purpose in advance, but understanding that it’s best to have ideas first and create order later. Start with less, rather than more – a word can be a better springboard than a phrase. Look at others’ idea maps on the same subject, to create synergy, then do a team map together. Added-value of this summary: • Save time • Understand key concepts • Expand your business knowledge To learn more, read "Idea Mapping" to improve your communication skills and produce better results.

Fantasy Map Making

Autore: Jesper Schmidt
Editore: Fantasy Publishing
ISBN:
Grandezza: 28,68 MB
Formato: PDF
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Have you ever struggled with map making? Spent countless hours trying to make it comply with the laws of nature? This book is a step-by-step guidebook that will teach you how to create an authentic fantasy map. You will gain all the knowledge necessary to complete a map which your audience will believe, no matter if they are readers, viewing a movie, video game players, or role-playing gamers. It contains the exact process I use when creating maps for my fantasy fiction. I have spent countless hours researching and learning about the topography of Earth and how to apply it to a fantasy map so that you do not have to. I have translated it all into 14 easy steps which allow you to construct an entire fantasy map from start to finish. Step One: What you need to consider before starting your map. Step Two: The different options for creating the map: from hand-drawn over software to hiring a professional. Step Three: An overview of what is to come. Step Four: Sketch your map and make sure to get size of the world just right. Step Five: Adding continents by understanding how tectonic plates work. Step Six: Terraforming your world. Step Seven: Incorporating islands and lakes. Step Eight: Making sure that rivers are realistic. Step Nine: Adding forests. Step Ten: Borders and understanding how the lands will affect the people who live on them, and vice versa. Step Eleven: It’s then time for roads. Step Twelve: Optional fantasy elements. Step Thirteen: The final touches. Step Fourteen: The Map Master. As a companion to this book, you will be able to download a free worksheet. This is not a book to teach you how to draw. It’s about designing.

How To Draw A Map

Autore: Julia J. Quinlan
Editore: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1448861586
Grandezza: 68,30 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 2501
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Introduces the basics of mapmaking and describes elements that can be added to maps to improve their level of detail, including scales, grids, and landmarks.

Idea Mapping

Autore: Jamie Nast
Editore: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111842929X
Grandezza: 68,31 MB
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Vista: 1208
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Introduction To Well Logs And Subsurface Maps

Autore: Jonathan Evenick
Editore: PennWell Books
ISBN: 1593701381
Grandezza: 36,53 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 719
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Subsurface mapping is a way to visualize various geologic and hydrologic features in any dimension from a 1-D cross section to a 4-D production map. All subsurface map types can be useful, but the key is to know what you are investigating and what map types are most appropriate. This new book introduces different types of geophysical logs and subsurface maps that can be generated from basic well data, and subsurface problems that can be solved using geophysical logs and subsurface maps. "Hands-on" exercises reveal how each map type is generated and what applications they may have. Exercises at the end of each chapter introduce different types of wells and lithologies.

The Handbook Of Language Variation And Change

Autore: J. K. Chambers
Editore: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118335511
Grandezza: 21,97 MB
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Vista: 7598
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Reflecting a multitude of developments in the study of language change and variation over the last ten years, this extensively updated second edition features a number of new chapters and remains the authoritative reference volume on a core research area in linguistics. A fully revised and expanded edition of this acclaimed reference work, which has established its reputation based on its unrivalled scope and depth of analysis in this interdisciplinary field Includes seven new chapters, while the remainder have undergone thorough revision and updating to incorporate the latest research and reflect numerous developments in the field Accessibly structured by theme, covering topics including data collection and evaluation, linguistic structure, language and time, language contact, language domains, and social differentiation Brings together an experienced, international editorial and contributor team to provides an unrivalled learning, teaching and reference tool for researchers and students in sociolinguistics

Handbook Of Perceptual Dialectology

Autore: Daniel Long
Editore: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027296057
Grandezza: 56,26 MB
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The Handbook of Perceptual Dialectology, Volume 2, expands on the coverage of both regions and methodologies in the investigation of nonlinguists' perceptions of language variety. New areas studied include Canada (anglophone and francophone), Cuba, Hungary, Italy, Korea, and Mali, and most prominent among the new approaches are studies of the salience of specific linguistic features in variety identification and assessment. As in Volume I, the reader will find in these chapters everything from the statistical treatment of the ratings of dialect attributes to studies of the actual discourses of nonlinguists discussing language variety. Dialectologists, sociolinguistics, ethnographers, and applied linguists who work in areas where language variety is a concern will appreciate the findings and methods of these studies, but social scientists of every sort who want to understand the role of language in the cultural lives of ordinary people will also find much of interest here.

Manhattan In Maps 1527 2014

Autore: Paul E. Cohen
Editore: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486779912
Grandezza: 15,53 MB
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This handsome volume features 65 full-color maps charting Manhattan's development from the first Dutch settlement to the present. Each map is placed in context by an accompanying essay.

Types Of Maps

Autore: Melanie Waldron
Editore: Raintree
ISBN: 1406249238
Grandezza: 77,33 MB
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Vista: 4396
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Maps are essential tools for understanding the world around us. Learning to read maps - both printed and online - is a core skill that forms the basis of social studies. This book explores the many different types of maps available and discusses which are best for different applications.

Learning Ict In The Humanities

Autore: Tony Pickford
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1135056625
Grandezza: 63,59 MB
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Providing practical guidance on enhancing learning through ICT in the humanities, this book is made up of a series of projects that supplement, augment and extend the QCA ICT scheme and provide much-needed links with Units in other subjects’ schemes of work. It includes: examples and advice on enhancing learning through ICT in history, geography and RE fact cards that support each project and clearly outline its benefits in relation to teaching and learning examples of how activities work in 'real' classrooms links to research, inspection evidence and background reading to support each project adaptable planning examples and practical ideas provided on an accompanying CD ROM. Suitable for all trainee and practising primary teachers.

Mapping My Day

Autore: Julie Dillemuth
Editore: Magination Press
ISBN: 9781433823336
Grandezza: 18,83 MB
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Vista: 5084
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This book intends to show readers how maps can convey information, inspire children to draw their own maps, and introduce basic map concepts and vocabulary. Spatial thinking is how we use concepts of space for problem solving and is shown to be a key skill in science, technology, engineering, and math. Age: 4-8 years.