An edited book which examines the impact of GIS, and microcomputers, on modern cartography. Twelve chapters, which are abstracted individually in Geographical Abstracts examine issues involving; data capture, hardware, data structures, software, expert systems, design, data standards and interchange, display techniques, vehicle navigation. -M.Blakemore

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Taylor, D.R. (1991). Geographic information systems: the microcomputer and modern cartography. Geographic information systems: the microcomputer and modern cartography.