Geographical Names

Some articles on geographical names, geographical, names, name:

East-Central Europe - Definitions - Paul Robert Magocsi - United Nations
... United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names (UNGEGN) was set up to consider the technical problems of domestic standardization of geographical names ... is composed of experts from various linguistic/geographical divisions that have been established at the UN Conferences on the Standardization of Geographical Names ...
Composite Gazetteer Of Antarctica - National Authorities For Antarctic Place-names
... Naval de la Armada Argentina and Instituto Antártico Argentino Australia Australian Antarctic Names and Medals Committee Bulgaria Antarctic Place-names Commission Canada Geographical Names Board of ...
Committee For Geographical Names In Australasia
... The Committee for Geographical Names in Australia (CGNA) was formed in Perth, Western Australia in 1984 following the International Cartographic Association Conference ... from that meeting of the various Australian and New Zealand geographical names committees and Authorities attending the conference ...
Sea Of Japan Naming Dispute - Position of International Bodies - United Nations
... addressed the issue of establishing an official, standardized name for the sea, several resolutions and statements by the UN have had relevance to the topic ... In 1977, the third UN Conference on the Standardization of Geographical Names (UNCSGN) adopted Resolution III/20, entitled "Names of Features beyond a Single Sovereignty" ... The resolution recommended that "when countries sharing a given geographical feature do not agree on a common name, it should be a general rule of cartography that the name ...
List Of Valleys Of Australia - New South Wales
... The Geographical Names Board of New South Wales lists 37 valleys in the Geographical Names Register (GNR) of NSW ... Hollow Whalania Deep Wolgan Valley Yarramalong Valley Although not included in the Geographical Names Register, the following are also valleys in ...

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