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Geographical names in the Dutch Topographical Maps. Nico Bakker Department Research & Development Topografische Dienst. Production overview. Aerial Photographs. TOP10vector. Terrain Reconnaissance. Photogrammetry. orthophoto. Updated Aerial Photograph. digitising. check.

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geographical names in the dutch topographical maps

Geographical names in the Dutch Topographical Maps

Nico Bakker

Department Research & Development

Topografische Dienst

production overview
Production overview

Aerial Photographs

TOP10vector

Terrain

Reconnaissance

Photogrammetry

orthophoto

Updated

Aerial Photograph

digitising

check

TOP10vector

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TOP10vector

Topographic map 1:25.000

specifications handbook
Specifications/Handbook

Namenboek

Topografische Dienst

Handleiding

Versie 2001.1

content handbook 1
Content Handbook (1)

Explanation

2.1. Preface

2.1.2 Sources / general information

2.1.3 Use of deviated corps for populated places

2.1.4 Spacing of names of populated places

2.1.5 Description of quarters of towns and industrial areas

Selection of names

2.2 Selection of names of farms or houses

2.3 Local names

2.4 Foreign names

2.5 Depth and depth line figures

2.6 Street names

2.7 Buildings

2.8 Elevation numbers and contour lines

2.9 Low water mark

2.10 Polder name

sources 1
Sources (1)
  • Current map
  • Name on object or on board
  • List of Dutch municipalities
  • City maps and city guides
  • Navigation documentation
  • Handbook Nature reserves
  • German and Belgian maps
content handbook 2 orthography
Content Handbook (2)Orthography

3.1 General rules

3.2 Use of van hyphen

3.3 Use of capitals

3.4 Orthography of (farm)houses

3.5 Capitals in names of farms

3.6 Splitting names

3.7 Relation between types the corps

3.8 Frisian toponyms

languages
Languages
  • Dutch
  • Frisian
reconnaissance of topographical names 1
Reconnaissance of topographical names (1)

4.1 Reconnaissance

4.2 Preparation

4.2.1 Overview of sources

4.2.2 Description of information

4.3 Activities during field work

4.4 Documenting the name information

4.4.1 Documentation on the register

4.4.2 Documentation on the name model

preparation
Preparation
  • Documentation (letters, remarks, ..)
  • Road documentation
  • Water documentation
  • Old map(s)
  • Foreign maps (border region)
  • Exploring other sources (books, table, lists, etc.)
reconnaissance of topographical names 2
Reconnaissance of topographical names (2)

4.1 Reconnaissance

4.2 Preparation

4.2.1 Overview of sources

4.2.2 Description of information

4.3 Activities during field work

4.4 Documenting the name information

4.4.1 Documentation on the register

4.4.2 Documentation on the name model

reconnaissance
Reconnaissance
  • Visiting official authorities (municipalities, water boards, etc.)
  • Names on boards, signs, buildings, ….
  • Street names
  • Local people
  • ….
reconnaissance of van topographical names 3
Reconnaissance of van topographical names (3)

4.1 Reconnaissance

4.2 Preparation

4.2.1 Overview of sources

4.2.2 Description of information

4.3 Activities during field work

4.4 Documenting the name information

4.4.1 Documentation on the register

4.4.2 Documentation on the name model

documentation
Documentation
  • The source of the name is documented:
  • Name of authority, persons, date, etc
placing the names on the map
Placing the names on the map

5.1 General rules

5.1.1 Caption

5.1.2 Colour of the text

5.1.2 Corps of the text

5.1.3 Often used text

5.1.4 Spacing

5.1.5 Superior placing of letters and numbers

5.1.6 Abbreviations

placing the names on the map1
Placing the names on the map

5.1 General rules

5.1.1 Caption

5.1.2 Colour of the text

5.1.2 Corps of the text

5.1.3 Often used text

5.1.4 Spacing

5.1.5 Superior placing of letters and numbers

5.1.6 Abbreviations

placing the names on the map2
Placing the names on the map

5.1 General rules

5.1.1 Caption

5.1.2 Colour of the text

5.1.2 Corps of the text

5.1.3 Often used text

5.1.4 Spacing

5.1.5 Superior placing of letters and numbers

5.1.6 Abbreviations

text types
Text types
  • CAPITAL
  • Normal
  • Bold
  • Half bold
  • Italic
  • Narrow
  • S p a c e d
geogr names at different map scales
Geogr names at different map scales
  • Overview with gazetteer codes
production flow
Production flow
  • Preparation
  • Sources research
  • Field work
  • Name documentation
  • Digitising in Microstation
  • Check-plot
  • Correction
  • Publishing maps
topographic basic objects

Road segment

Building

Railroad segment

Water segment

Terrain

Functional area

Geographic area

Specific terrain element

Administrative area

Conservation area

Topographic basic objects
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Topographic basic objects

Entity

Road segment

Railroad segmentl

Water segment

Building

Terrain

Ispecial terrain element/construction

Administrative area

Conservation area

Geographic area

Functional area