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Our Natmap associates

Articles about people who were directly or indirectly associated with Natmap :
(Please refer to the Aviation Support for Natmap section to read about Natmap's aviation associates)

John Abbottsmith (1918-1989).

George Bennett OAM - in McLean, Lawrence William (2019), Frank Johnston, National Mapping Staff Surveyor 1971-1974.

Reginald Llewellyn Bruno Brown, at whose suggestion National Mapping became the Australian Government's civilian mapping agency.

Hugh Powell Gough Clews (1890-1980) - in McLean, Lawrence William (2019), Frank Johnston, National Mapping Staff Surveyor 1971-1974.

Frank Doolan BEM (1896-1988) - in McLean, Lawrence William (2019), Frank Johnston, National Mapping Staff Surveyor 1971-1974.

Gordon John Colin Gibson (1929-2014), and his assistants completed around 500 kilometres of two-way levelling from Pedirka in South Australia to Birdsville in Queensland, which included a 370 kilometre stage across some 1,100 sand hills in the Simpson Desert.

Gordon Bertram Lauf (1914-1984), who devised a solution to conformal transformations.

Gerard de Gemor or de Cremer, latinised to Gerhard Mercator (1512-1594) whose projection became adopted for the Australian Map Grid.

Jim Thornton-Smith (1899-1974) - in McLean, Lawrence William (2019), Frank Johnston, National Mapping Staff Surveyor 1971-1974.

Larry Wordsworth - in McLean, Lawrence William (2019), Frank Johnston, National Mapping Staff Surveyor 1971-1974.