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Developing International Specifications for Future Nautical Charts – Possibilities and Pitfalls

  • Adam J. Kerr (a1)

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This paper and the following six papers were presented at the NAV95 Conference held in London, November 199j. The full proceedings, under the title containing 30 papers, can be obtained from the Director (£25 to Members, £35 to Non-Members).

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