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U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.
Lake Abaya (Ethiopia)--Maps
United States Army Air Forces aeronautical chart map showing Lake Abaya in Ethiopia, and parts of Kenya and Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, and state and international boundaries, with landplane facilities, seaplane facilities, lighting facilities, civil airways, air navigation hazards, air defence zones or vital defence areas, radio fan markers, radio marker beacons, non-directional radiobeacons, radio ranges, airport control towers, radio direction finder stations, radiobeacons, radio communication stations, radio broadcasting stations, streams, rivers, lakes and coastlines, rapids and falls, canals, chartered rocks, springs, wells and water holes, tidal flats, glaciers, swamps and marshes, reefs and shoals, all open water areas, mud flats, cities, villages and towns, highways and roads, road markers, power transmission lines, telephone and telegraph lines, dams, highest elevation on chart, spot elevations (in feet), mines and quarries, mountain passes, lookout towers, forts, pipelines, oil fields, race tracks, railroads, railroad sidings, abandoned railroads, railroad overpasses, railroad underpasses, bridges, tunnels, hachures (elevation in feet) sand areas, sand dune areas, sand ridges, unusual land features, washes, contours, approximate contours, depression contours, lava flows, bluffs, cliffs and escarpments. Relief shown by hachures, contour lines with approximate height in feet, tinted shading. Colour. First edition. Lambert Conformal conic projection. Scale 1 : 1,000,000.
University of Cape Town
United States. Aeronautical Chart Service. (contributor)
image/jpeg, 52 x 71 cm. on sheet 56 x 74 cm.
University of Cape Town. Libraries. Special Collections.
AAF aeronautical map ; 810
Ethiopia--Ābaya Hāyt', E 34°00'--E 40°00'/N 04°00'--N 08°00'
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