Mapeando los pasos interoceánicos australes: La producción y circulación de conocimiento hidrográfico y cartográfico en las expediciones españolas a fines del siglo XVIII

@article{Gndara2020MapeandoLP,
  title={Mapeando los pasos interoce{\'a}nicos australes: La producci{\'o}n y circulaci{\'o}n de conocimiento hidrogr{\'a}fico y cartogr{\'a}fico en las expediciones espa{\~n}olas a fines del siglo XVIII},
  author={Natalia G{\'a}ndara},
  journal={Magallania (Punta Arenas)},
  year={2020}
}
In the second half of the 18th century there was an increase in European naval and scientific expeditions to the Pacific Ocean in order to survey this maritime space and establish the best navigational route. As a result, the connecting passages between the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean became more 

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