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Publishers of National Topographic Map Series

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Although virtually the entire terrestrial surface of Earth has been mapped at scale 1:1,000,000, medium and large-scale mapping has been accomplished intensively in some countries and much less in others. Nevertheless national mapping programs listed below are only a partial selection. Several commercial vendors supply international topographic map series.

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Publishers of National Topographic Map Series - United States
... civilian Federal agency, produces several national series of topographic maps which vary in scale and extent, with some wide gaps in coverage, notably the ... The largest (both in terms of scale and quantity) and best-known topographic series is the 7.5-minute or 124,000 quadrangle. 125,000 or 150,000 large scale topo map ...

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