Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative
The Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative is a
Digital Humanitiesinitiative involving numerous academic professors and institutions around the world with the stated goal of creating a networked digital atlasby creating tools and setting standards for dynamic, digital maps.
* [http://groups.google.com/group/hgis Historical Geographic Information Systems Online Forum on Google]
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