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Pilot Chart Of The North Atlantic Ocean Map 1903

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The Pilot Chart of the North Atlantic Ocean is a fascinating historical piece which appeared in National Geographic Magazine in February 1903, a time when all travel and trade across the Atlantic was done by boat.

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The Pilot Chart of the North Atlantic Ocean is a fascinating historical piece which appeared in National Geographic Magazine in February 1903, a time when all travel and trade across the Atlantic was done by boat. It contains recommended routes for steamships, branch hydrographic offices, and a wealth of information about weather patterns over the ocean including storm and gale signals, cyclonic storm tracks, fog reports and more. A truly unique map for collectors.

The 1903 Pilot Chart of the North Atlantic Ocean map features:
• Isobars and isotherms for the month of February
• Gale and storm signals
• Tracks of cyclonic storms in February from 1897 to 1902
• Gale and fog reports
• Charts published, canceled, and extensively corrected from December 31, 1902 to January 30, 1903
• Recommended routes for full and low powered steamships
• Derelicts and wrecks, icebergs and field ice, drifting buoys, waterspouts, and regions of frequent fog

Coverage Area: North Atlantic Ocean, North American coastline, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Central America, West Indies, Ireland, British Isles, European coastline, North African coastline, Canary Islands

Additional Information

Geography North Atlantic Ocean
Geo Type Region
Map Type Historical Maps
Usage Type Classroom Maps
Niche Ocean
Publisher NG Classic

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