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CARTOGRAPHIC SYMBOLS FOR LANDMINE HAZARDS AND HUMANITARIAN DEMINING

@inproceedings{Kostelnick2005CARTOGRAPHICSF,
  title={CARTOGRAPHIC SYMBOLS FOR LANDMINE HAZARDS AND HUMANITARIAN DEMINING},
  author={J. Kostelnick and J. E. Dobson and Stephen L. Egbert and M. Dunbar},
  year={2005}
}
  • J. Kostelnick, J. E. Dobson, +1 author M. Dunbar
  • Published 2005
  • Engineering
  • A significant void in humanitarian demining, in both landmine removal operations as well as public education activities, is the lack of a common or standardized set of cartographic symbols for maps and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Such symbols would promote efficiency in humanitarian demining operations and provide a consistent method for symbolizing deadly hazards on maps for the public. For this reason, the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) recently… CONTINUE READING
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