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English: Emu's recorded observations map (Dromaius Novaehollandiae).
   Areas where emu has been recorded.
Français: Carte d'observations de l' Émeu d'Australie (Dromaius Novaehollandiae).
   Zones où des émeus ont été observés.
Date 24 June 2007
  • Base map : NASA Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM30 v.2) (public domain)
  • Edited with dlgv32 Pro (version 8.01), free limited version of Global Mapper, software from the United States Geological Survey (USGS)
  • Projection : Mercator Projection
  • Vectorized and modified with Inkscape.
  • Data : Image:Emu distribution.png (original data taken from "The Atlas of Australian Birds, M. Blakers, S. J. J. F. Davies, P. N. Reilly; (1984). Melbourne University Press.")
  • Fond de carte : NASA Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM30 v.2) (domaine public).
  • Édité avec dlgv32 Pro (version utilisée : 8.01), version gratuite limitée de Global Mapper, logiciel fourni par l'United States Geological Survey (USGS).
  • Projection : projection de Mercator.
  • Vectorisée et travaillée avec Inkscape.
  • Données : Image:Emu distribution.png (données originelles tirées de "The Atlas of Australian Birds, M. Blakers, S. J. J. F. Davies, P. N. Reilly; (1984). Melbourne University Press.")
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