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Neuroscientists are the cartographers of the brain’s diverse domains and territories — the features and activities that define them, the roads and highways that connect them, and the boundaries that delineate them.
Victorian England may have had brilliant cartographers, but they didn’t have monitors to measure particulate matter.
Daily content is produced by the “Experts” of the project’s handle, a roster that includes primatologists, historians, cartographers and local musicians.In East Africa, mountain gorillas and a new paradigm for wildlife travel|Henry Wismayer|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
When cartographers — people who make maps — set out to portray the Earth, they have to turn a 3-D sphere into a 2-D map.
There is no road map, so we become cartographers, charting some new land for ourselves.
A few hundred years later, Belgian cartographer Gerard Mercator was charged with heresy.
Excitement was intense while the cartographer in clerical glasses worked out the unknown number.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
It was Puget Sound, said Tom, the cartographer of the occasion.Gulf and Glacier|Willis Boyd Allen
This is no doubt conjecture on the part of the cartographer.The Iowa|William Harvey Miner
He was a good cartographer, and had as strong a bent towards the description of natural phenomena, as Dampier had.On the Spanish Main|John Masefield
That Prince Henry was probably of the same opinion as the ordinary cartographer of his time about the peninsular shape of Africa.The Chronicle of the Discovery and Conquest of Guinea|Gomes Eannes de Azurara