Жизнь и деятельность М. В. Ломоносова в картографическом отображении
The article presents the possibilities and limitations of cartographic methods, i.e. methods where one of the data sources are images of space or geolocation information about the studied object. These methods are most widely used in the sociology of the city. The specificity of both traditional and modern cartographic methods, which are used in various studies of urban practices, is analyzed. The basic typology of cartographic methods is given. The example of the use of cartographic methods to describe the factory areas is proposed.
This article is about the Rhythm of Mikhail V.Lomonosov's Odes of 1743.
Article is devoted to almost unknown aspects of reception of the European culture in Russia of the mid 18th cenury.
Proceedings of papers presented at the Joint Workshop on Borderlands Modelling and Understanding for Global Sustainability carried out under the auspices of three international associations of researchers: 1) ISPRS - International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing; 2) IGU - International Geographical Union; 3) ICA - International Cartographic Association.
The digest contains the reports of the participants of the international scientific and practical conference “From the maps of the past – to the maps of the future”, held on November 28–30, 2017 in Perm and Kudymkar, within the framework of the project “Preservation, study and popularization of the heritage of the Ural cartographers of the middle XVIII – early XX centuries”, supported by the Russian Geographical Society.
The digest is addressed to specialists who use modern geoinformation technologies in solving problems of spatial development of territories, historians, geographers and to everyone interested in the history of cartography and local history.