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Volume 77, 1948-49
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Section F—Geographical Science

The members of the Geographical Section combined with other sections when papers of interest to geographers were presented. Such papers are listed elsewhere under Meteorological, Botanical, Geological, Pedological, and Social Sciences.

The following geographical papers were given:

The Geographical Interpretation of Air Photographs

A demonstration of some of the methods of use of air photographs, obliques and verticals, single prints and stereo pairs.

The Construction and Production of the New Zealand Topographical Map
By F. L. Rossiter, Government Printing Office.

Hill Country Problems
By P. W. Smallfield, Department of Agriculture.

A Method of Land Utilisation Survey

The method of land utilisation survey adopted in an exploratory survey of Whangarei County was described and the result obtainable by this method was discussed and illustrated.