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Hello all,

I am a student at NSCC attending the Dartmouth Waterfront campus.

I am currently working on a student project dealing with my hometown, Greenwood Nova Scotia and I need some realistic pointers on where I might be able to find a topographical map of Greenwood for use in a short documentary.

Thank you,

T.Wiley

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I cannot help you related to your Greenwood, NS request, but I did want to quickly take a minute to say "Hello!" and welcome to CartoTalk! If you love maps and map design, this is an awesome, awesome site. Enjoy!
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Geogratis has all of the National Topographic Series of maps, both 1:50,000 and 1:250,000 in raster format. Do a search for Greenwood and select the sheet you want.

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Have you tried GeoNOVA? http://gov.ns.ca/Geo...ome/default.asp
I haven't looked around there lately, but hopefully there's some way to get some data for Nova Scotia's 1:10K topo series -- though the scale may be a little large for your purpose.

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Hello all,

I am a student at NSCC attending the Dartmouth Waterfront campus.

I am currently working on a student project dealing with my hometown, Greenwood Nova Scotia and I need some realistic pointers on where I might be able to find a topographical map of Greenwood for use in a short documentary.

Thank you,

T.Wiley

Hey isn't COGS in Lawrencetown? What course are you taking?
"Abbas of novus versus"

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Have you tried GeoNOVA? http://gov.ns.ca/Geo...ome/default.asp
I haven't looked around there lately, but hopefully there's some way to get some data for Nova Scotia's 1:10K topo series -- though the scale may be a little large for your purpose.

Charles Syrett
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You have to be careful with what you select, the towns tend to be separate from the county data. And where Mr. Wiley wants a Topographic Map of Greenwood he should download the free Topographic dataset from the National Topographic Database located at geogratis.cgdi.gc.ca/

However if Mr. Wiley wanted to purchase a simple Topographic paper map he should simply buy the 1:50000 21A15 sheet from the Nova Scotia Geomatics Centre
"Abbas of novus versus"




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