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So, You Have to Write a Literature Review presents a dynamic and practical method in which engineering students—typically late-career undergraduates or graduate students—can learn to write literature reviews, and translate genre-based writing instruction into easy-to-follow, bite-sized activities and content.
From the U.S. Geological Survey, this information sheet describes the digital 7.5 minute quadrangle series of topographic maps. These maps are included in The National Map and can be printed from personal computers or plotters.
An interactive site for searching topographic maps and geographic information system (GIS) data for elevation, hydrography, watersheds, geographic names, orthoimagery, governmental units/boundaries, transportation, and land cover.
The World Factbook, from the Central Intelligence Agency, provides PDF and JPG files for viewing political, physical, and world maps.
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