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English: Topographic map of Gabon.
Suomi: Gabonin topograginen kartta.
Date 16 February 2008
Source Self-made in Inkscape (renamed from Image:Topographic map of Gabon.svg).
Boundaries, rivers and place names based on a public domain CIA map ( from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection.
Topography based on public domain GLOBE data from NOAA (
Relief shading is an embedded bitmap, derived from the GLOBE data using Perl.
Bathymetry from NGDC ETOPO2.
Colors and overall look based on maps by User:Bamse.
Author Mysid
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