Lie of the land

Australia, 1979

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Episode number 3 of Series “Maps and Map Reading”.
Using the example of a company setting up a VHF radio network in rugged mountain country, the film examines the lines of sight, gradients and contour patterns. Produced for the State Emergency Service Tasmania.

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Barry Pierce


Anne Whitehead

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Tasmanian Film Corporation



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