November 2004
GEOWorld;Nov2004, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p40
Product Review
Features several geographic information products. Satellite imagery of the Florida Gulf Coast area from DigitalGlobe; EU25 Premium set of maps and data for all countries of the European Union from GfK MACON; Terrain Navigator 50/50 computer software from MapTech.


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