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Considerations and consequences
Thomas Sutherland

that these objects might take. Most 178 (In)formalising Figure 8.2  J. C. R. Colomb, map of the British Empire from 1886. Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection, CC BY-NC-SA. importantly, the temporal dimension is almost entirely absent, giving little or no sense of chronological change, and presuming the preservation of these routes over significant lengths of time. Flow maps, by contrast are in essence an application of the principles of the flow chart to cartographic mapping (and more specifically to thematic mapping, wherein maps are designed to emphasise

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