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Bibliographia Cartographica

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Bibliographia Cartographica - International documentation of cartographic literature. The database contains bibliographic records dating back to 1989, bibliographic information about older publications can be searched in the printed volumes of the Bibliographia Cartographica (BC).

The BC database currently contains approx. 29,000 scientific articles, published in journals, serials and multi-author works, as well as 5,400 monographs on cartography. About 1,500 titles are added every year. Around 80 international journals are regularly indexed. The BC also provides links to open access material which can be accessed directly via the database.

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