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Papers for the international symposium Commission VI
Sitek, Zbigniew

J*Antonowicz, E.Jaskot, J*Kuchta
W.Mierzwa, A.Urban .
Ab 8 t rac t
Paper deala with planning, organization and economy of
large scale map production in Poland* The basic maps, depen
ding on the degree of investment of mapped area are plot in
the scales 1:500, 1:1000,' 1:2000 and 1:5000 by photogrammetri-
cal methods* Particullar stages of map plotting are widly
discribed* Analysing typical object /780 km v organization
problems involving wise use of equipment and technical perso
nnel as well as economical aspects of mapping are discussed*
The versitile, dynamic development of the national econo
my creates the permanent need for the detailed maps* The specia
lized needs of many departments /economic branches/ decided
upon the necessity to compile a universal map, thus satisfy
ing this multidepartmental need for the entire country* A pro
gram of fulfilment and modernization of the engineering-econo
mical map as a basic map has been undertaken* The basic map,
depending on the degree of investment in the described area
is mapped in the scales 1:500, 1:1000, 1:2000, and 1:5000, and
composes according to the best sources, the scientific analy
sis for the fulfilment of the many needs of the national eco
nomy, in particullar connection with the development and rea
lization of plans of city spacial management, the preparation
and realization of investments, farming, foresty, water resour
ces, as well as being connected with whole complex of problems
concerning urban economy and ecology* The contents of the ba
sic map contains information about spacial distribution of all
kinds of geographical objects as well as elements of soils
and land development*
In the area of activity of Krakow District Geodesy-Carto
graphy Enterprise,i*e* in the Krakow City Voivodship, Tarnow
Voivodship and Nowy Sacz Voivodship, when encountered an out-
of date maps which are not suitable for, modernization, usual
ly a new map is produced which is most often in the scale of