The Nova Scotia Atlas, 6th Edition
Prepared by Service Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Geomatics Centre.
Co-Published by Formac Publishing Company Ltd., and the Province of Nova Scotia, 2006.
|This sixth edition of the Nova Scotia Atlas provides
in-depth coverage of the entire province unavailable anywhere else. The maps
include numbered and colour-coded highways with exit numbers, hiking trails and
national parks. There are details such as power lines, ferry routes, hospitals
and communication towers. Airports, helipads and landing strips are mapped.
Also included are all provincial parks (campgrounds, picnic sites, boat
launches), with a text description of each. The maps clearly show physical
features, including rivers, lakes, hills, islands, marshes and beaches. The
revisions in this new edition include all new highway construction.
The revisions in this edition include three new wilderness areas and six new nature reserves. Waterfalls are now shown, and Crown land information has been extensively updated. All paved and unpaved roads (longer than 200 m) are included, as are a myriad of protected areas including game sanctuaries, wilderness and wildlife management areas. County and municipal boundaries are shown.
A large page format with coil binding makes this edition, measuring 10" x 13", easier to use. The maps contained in the atlas are in colour at a scale of 1:150 000.
This book is invaluable for motorists, sportsmen, hikers, canoeists and all-terrain adventurers. It is also used as the single most definitive source of detailed geographic information by firefighters, ambulance drivers and utility company service workers.
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