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Early Geological Maps of Europe: Central Europe 1750 to 1840 by Jan Kozák, Alena Čejchanová, Zdeněk Kukal, Karel Pošmourný

By Jan Kozák, Alena Čejchanová, Zdeněk Kukal, Karel Pošmourný

This booklet makes a speciality of the presentation and assessment of geological maps of the critical Europe from 1750 as much as 1840. Milestones in presentation of stratigraphy and tectonics and new geological types on such maps could be underlined. Map descriptions include basics editorial facts in addition to the map author’s association and biographies. It represents for the zone of the vital Europe the 1st paintings of this sort. Geological maps symbolize geological synthesis and point out the extent of geological wisdom all through heritage. They function directions for an monetary usage of mineral deposits and additional geological investigation.

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Year of publication: 1791 (not on the map, but generally known from the book’s title page). Scale The scale is not given on the map: it is approximately 1:360,000. 31 as well as individual hills. The mapped area is delimitated by two rivers, namely, the Hernád River and Bodrog River. Coordinates No coordinates are given on the map: they are deduced approximately 48°10′–49°00′ N, 21°15′–21°30′ E (in Greenwich). The map has a rotation of 30°. Mapped Area Approximately 3,000 km2. Mapping Area An area of Tokaj–Eperies (in Slovak Prešov) Hills in the Austrian Empire; at present it covers areas in Slovakia and Hungary.

Supplementary Information By the end of the eighteenth and beginning of the nineteenth centuries there was increased interest on the part of European naturalists concerning the Slovak economy and geography. This interest affected the opening of new contacts with foreign scientists and rapid evolution of natural sciences in Slovakia, as well as political awakening of the Slovak nation. , and about occurrences of rocks and mineral deposits in the region. 44 2 Descriptions of Individual Maps with Their Reproduction Map 18 Mineralogische Karte von Schlesien, entworfen im Jahre 1797.

Longitudes are east from London: 44°40′–49°30′ N, 16°00′–27°10′ E. Mapped Area Approximately 300,000 km2. Mapping Area Hungary at the end of the eighteenth century. Size of the Document 460 × 590 mm. Deposition Information A digital copy of the map is from Geological and Geophysical Institute of Hungary. Supplementary Information Geological and hydrogeological data are used to supplement information regarding national economic and ethnographic register. Geological and mineralogical information are really only additional; in this case it is not a typical geological or mineralogical map.

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