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[Nepal, 1:50,000] / edited by Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Vergleichende Hochgebirgsforschung ; sponsored by Fritz Thyssen Foundation.

Corporate author / creator Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Vergleichende Hochgebirgsforschung.
Imprint Munich : Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Verleichende Hochgebirgsforschung, 1977-
Description maps : col. ; 80 x 115 cm. or smaller, folded to 22 x 14 cm.
Language English, German
Series Nepal-Kartenwerk / der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Vergleichende Hochgebirgsforschung ; Nr. 1-7
Nepal-Kartenwerk ; Nr. 1, etc.
Subject Nepal -- Maps, Topographic.
Topographic maps.
Cartographic data Scale 1:50,000. 2 cm. = 1 km. (E 85⁰00ʹ--E 87⁰30ʹ/N 28⁰30ʹ--N 27⁰00ʹ).
Format Map, Print
Local Note Nr. 1. Kathmandu Valley -- Nr. 2. Khumbu Himal -- Nr. 3. Lapchi Kang -- Nr. 4. Rolwaling Himal (Gurisankar) -- Nr. 5. Shorong/Hinku -- Nr. 6. Tamba Kosi-Likhu Khola -- Nr. 7. Dudh Kosi.
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Other title Kathmandu Valley maps 1:10,000 and 1:50,000.
Other authors / contributors Forschungsunternehmen Nepal Himalaya.
Fritz Thyssen-Stiftung.
Technische Universität München. Lehrstuhl für Kartographie und Reproduktionstechnik.
Notes Relief shown by shading, contours, and spot heights.
Statements of responsibility vary on some sheets. Nr. 1. Kathmandu Valley: Produced by the Lehrstuhl für Kartographie und Reproduktionstechnik der Technischen Universität München ; sponsored by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation. Nr. 3-7: Edited by Research Scheme Nepal Himalaya, sponsored by Fritz Thyssen Stiftung.
Includes various editions of some sheets.
Sheet Nr. 1 described in text: Kathmandu Valley maps 1:10,000 and 1:50,000. 35, [10] p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Includes conversion table, pronunciation guide, and index map.

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