“This new edition of Cartographic Relief Presentation was edited for clarity and consistency but preserves Imhof’s insightful commentary and analytical style. lin Becker (–, ETH –); c) Eduard Imhof (–, ETH –); d) Ernst lished in his book “Cartographic Relief Presentation”, but. University of Aberdeen. CARTOGRAPHIC RELIEF PRESENTATION (reprint) by. Eduard Imhof, edited by H. J. Steward, ESRI Press, Redlands, USA,. ,
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Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. This is a reproduction of the English translation with minor changes of Cartographjc classic book.
The material eduarr the state of the art of representing elevation on a map, as atand so does not address issues related to representation on a screen. That said, this is perhaps the most comprehensive and thorough book on the subject, ever. Discussing both quantitative and qualitative methods in great depth, Imhof presents wonderful examples in black and white as well efuard color, describes processes to get the results desired, and considers the psychological aspects of communicating spatial information.
Highly recommended as a resource for everyone interested in cartography and communicating spatial information. Account Options Sign in. Color maps, aerial photographs, and instructive illustrations are faithfully reproduced. The book offers guidelines for properly rendering terrain My library Help Advanced Book Search. The book offers guidelines cartogrxphic properly rendering terrain in maps of all types and scales whether drawn by traditional means or with the aid of a computer.
Cartographic Relief Presentation was among the essential mapping and graphical design books of the twentieth century. Its continuing relevance for the twenty-first century is assured with this publication.
User Review – Flag as inappropriate This is a reproduction of the English translation with minor changes of Imhof’s classic book. Selected pages Title Page. Status and quality of the topographic mapping of the earths surface. B On landscape drawing. Binocular viewing of stereopairs. The use of terrain models. Basic factors affecting the ability to see spatial depth and solidity.
Transfer to the printing plates. The advantages and disadvantages of shading and shadow tones. G Oblique hillshading of the ocean floor.
Which of the spatial depth or solidity effects can be used in map design? The fiction of the contour blanket.
The progress of the direct technique. Dualism and individuality of cartographic representation. The generalization and the interplay of the graphic elements. The achievements to be sought after.
The cartographic significance of spot heights. The nature of spot height accuracies.
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The number and density of spot heights. Selection of spot heights general. Spot heights of points on lake bottoms with reference to sea level. Combination of the various cartogdaphic and depth data and the style of their symbols.
Relationships between survey accuracy and generalization.
G Clarity of contours and the untenable theory of vertical lighting. The employment of contours for elevations and depressions. Oblique hillshading or shadow depiction under oblique light. Geometric and topographic models. The drawing of forms. Shadow tones in flat areas. The direction of the light and its local adjustment.
Four difficult cases Illustrating the importance of impression.
Small details in the land surface. Generalization of threedimensionally shaded land forms. Shading color and shading strength.
Shading tones on glaciers and permanent snowfields. E Drawing material and drawing techniques. Working with drawing pencil watercolor brush or airbrush. Adding light to reief surfaces. Shading originals on graytone film. B Geomorphological examination of some rock formations. G Critical examination and application of the different methods of rock drawing. B Natural and conventional colors. E Heights of hypsometric steps on land.
Presejtation of equal area. Steps based on an arithmetical progression or additive steps figure Steps based on a geometric progression. Cartographicc The depths of bathymetric steps. G Adjusting the color tones to the steps. H Further remarks on the representation of elevation steps.
Graphic design and generalization. Legends for layertinted maps. Conceptual graphic and technical aspects of interplay. Consistent generalization and good standardization.
Careful emphasis and restraint Mutual relationships between things. Changes in tint value resulting from combination. Terrain representation and textual matter. Rock depiction by means of contours skeletal lines and hachures. Rock drawing and oblique hillshading. Hillshaded and colored maps of medium and large scales without contours.
Contours and rock portrayal combined with hillshading cartgoraphic color tones.
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Shaded hachures and hypsometric tints. Oblique hillshading combined with hypsometric tints in smallscale maps. Contours with equal vertical intervals hachures and hypsometric tints. Cartographic reproduction by photomechanical or electronic imuof separation of multicolored originals.
Some observations on drawing technique. Is the map production technology of today equal to such requirements? On the nature of cartographic representation. On art in cartography. Good maps are not always more expensive than bad maps. The key to progress. Gosling No preview available – Land Trust Geography No preview available –