Cover Image

11th Annual Assembly of the Croatian Cartographic Society

Martina Triplat Horvat


The 11th Annual Assembly of the Croatian Cartographic Society (CCS) took place at the Hall of the Faculty of Architecture, Geodesy and Civil Engineering, Kačićeva 26 in Zagreb on March 15, 2013. The assembly was led by Prof. Dr. Miljenko Lapaine, the president of CCS.

At the beginning Assist. Prof. Dr. Dražen Tutić, the Vice-Dean for education and students greeted everyone in behalf of the Faculty of Geodesy. Afterwards, in the first unofficial part, Colonel Dr. Mladen Pahernik held keynote lecture Military Cartography at Croatian Military Academy.

After the lecture there was a discussion during which Dr. Pahernik gladly answered to all given questions. Afterwards, the president of CCS awarded the colonel a monograph Topographic maps on the territory of Cro­atia. Then the president of CCS started the official part of the Assembly with a proposal of agenda:

1. Approval of agenda

2. Approval of the previous assembly minutes

3. President's report about work in 2012

4. Financial report for 2012

5. Report of the Supervisory Board

6. Work plan for 2013

7. Financial plan for 2013

8. Awarding CCS acknowledgments

9. Miscellaneous


Croatian Cartographic Society; annual assembly

Full Text:

PDF PDF (Hrvatski)

Copyright (c) 2013 Martina Triplat Horvat

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

The Kartografija i Geoinformacije (Cartography and Geoinformation) journal publishes scientific and professional papers from cartography and other fields (geography, geodesy, geology, forestry, agronomy, history, architecture, pedagogy ...) if they are related to cartography and geoinformation.
We invite authors of papers or contributions to submit text in English (and Croatian if possible) using this site.

The Croatian Cartographic Society (CCS) does not necessarily endorse any opinions or recommendations made in article, review or extract contained in this journal nor do they necessarily represent CCS policy.
© CCS, Journal content is published under CC BY-SA licence.