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The Nova Scotia Atlas

Author: Province of Nova Scotia

Publisher: Formac Publishing Company

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Category: Reference

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This brand-new seventh edition of The Nova Scotia Atlas provides in-depth coverage not available anywhere else. On these detailed maps you will find the boundaries of the province's nature reserves and wilderness areas, all roads in the province and thousands of places you can easily locate. For any geographic feature which is mappable, this bestselling atlas is the undisputed resource to turn to. On these pages you'll find an incredible 2,000 gigabytes of data — accessible with no cell signal or power required! Features include: 4,544 lakes (832 now with depth indicated) 3,002 rivers 465 provincial and federal parks, protected areas and historic sites 70 provincial nature reserves 66 provincial wilderness areas Campgrounds, picnic spots and hiking trails within parks Beaches, mountains, hills, meadows and bogs Numbered and colour-coded highways with crests and exit numbers Every road longer than 200 metres 997 marked communications towers and windmills Reflects major highway realignments in Halifax, Antigonish, Barrington, Liverpool and Port Joli This atlas is also the key to identifying any one of 1600 high-resolution, 1:10,000 incredibly detailed maps. Each map is available for free download from GeoNova.ca. The maps can be printed at home or ordered from a digital print shop for printouts up to 44" x 32".
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