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National Atlas of Hungary - Antecedents

Márton Pécsi (Head of the editorial board) 1989. Magyarország Nemzeti Atlasza – National Atlas of Hungary.


Márton Pécsi (Head of the editorial board) 1989. Magyarország Nemzeti Atlasza – National Atlas of Hungary. Kartográfiai Vállalat, Budapest.

1989

In 1983, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, under the presidency of János Szentágothai, decided to publish a new edition of the National Atlas of Hungary. As in the case of the 1967 edition, the idea was supported by the government and the Ministry of Agriculture and Food. The atlas was completed in six years under the direction of Márton Pécsi, head of the editorial board and director of the Geographical Research Institute of the Academy. The atlas was prepared in cooperation with 87 (mostly) state institutions and organizations and 183 authors and editors. The atlas was published in 1989, shortly before Hungary 's democratic transformation. It is four times as voluminous as the first edition. The atlas was published in one single volume on 395 pages of 29 x 43 cm. Its bilingual (Hungarian and English) edition was an expression of Hungary's opening to the outside world. The extent of explanatory texts followed international trends and significantly increased compared to the 1967 edition (from 8 pages to 100 pages). Due to the size of Hungary, the scale of most of the maps (1:1 million to 1:2 million) did not change. The structure of topics remained almost the same, reflecting the fact that the primary function of the atlas was to facilitate socialist regional planning. About 60% of the 763 maps continued to show the condition of the national economy, but the ratio of maps dealing with social topics and introductory maps increased slightly (12% and 8% respectively) at the expense of physical geographical maps (21%). When the political climate grew milder in the second half of the 1980s, the acquisition of information became easier. Moreover, it became possible to publish criticism of socialist industrialization, agricultural policy and regional economics. The contents of the atlas reflect such developments.

Book review 1: Márton Pécsi: National Atlas of Hungary. (in Hungarian)
Published in Magyar Tudomány (Hungarian Science) 96/7-8. 545-557. (1989) (PDF, ~3.6 MB)

Book review 2: László Bassa: National Atlas of Hungary. (in Hungarian)
Published in Földrajzi Értesítő (Geographical Bulletin) 38/3-4. 456-458. (1989) (PDF, ~900 KB)

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 FLYLEAVES, INTRODUCTION, CONTENTS (28.4 MB)
1.
2-3.
 
Diplomatic relations 31 December 1986 – Geographical position of Hungary – Budapest: “next living” point – Budapest: “counter living” point – Budapest: antipode
4.
 
Hungarians in the world – Hungarians living in neighbouring countries
5.
 
Hungary – some international comparisons
6-7.
 
Hungary and its neighbourhood
8.
 
Satellite image details
9.
 
Maps of areas shown on satellite images
10-11.
 
Relief and hydrography
12.
 
Administrative divisions 1 January 1938
13.
 
Administrative divisions 31 December 1950
14.
 
Administrative divisions 1 January 1980
15.
 
Administrative divisions 1 January 1984
16.
 
Church administration, 1984 – Catholic church – Protestant churches – Hebrew congregations – Eastern orthodox churches – Free churches
17.
 II. SURVEYING AND MAPPING (30.6 MB)
18.
 
Details of old maps – Lázár deák, 1528 – Zsámoky János, 1571 – Lipszky János, 1806 – 1 : 360 000, 1887 – Mikoviny Sámuel, 1735 – Gönczy Pál, 1885
19.
 
Details of old ordnance maps, aerial maps – 1st military survey, 1764–1785 – 2nd military survey, 1806–1869 – 3rd military survey, 1869–1887 – 1 :75 000, 1930 – Details of aerial photographs
20.
 
Cadastral base-map – Map of public utilities – Agrotopographic map
21.
 
Parts of sheets of the Uniform National Map System (EOTR) – 1 : 10 000 – 1 : 25 000 – 1 : 100 000 – 1 : 200 000 – Outline map – Outline map (hypsometric)
22.
 
Geodetic control networks, 1986
23.
 
State of cadastral survey mapping, 1986
24.
 
Topographic map coverage, 1 January 1988
25.
 III. RELIEF (27.8 MB)
26-27.
 
Relief types
28.
 
Geomorphological map of the vicinity of Lake Balaton
29.
 
Geomorphological map of Budapest (detail)
30-31.
 
Geomorphology
32.
 
Relative relief
33.
 IV. GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS (58.3 MB)
34-35.
 
General geological-tectonical map of Hungary and her surroundings
36.
 
Subsurface geological map of the pre-Tertiary basement
37.
 
Geological sections
38-39.
 
Geology
40.
 
Paleozoic – Triassic – Jurassic – Cretaceous – Eoecene – Oligocene – Metamorphic rocks – Cainozoic volcanites
41.
 
Lower and Middle Miocene – Upper Miocene – Lower Pannonian – Upper Pannonian – Quaternary
42-43.
 
Engineering geology
44.
 
Coal and hydrocarbon mineral resources
45.
 
Ore and non-metallic mineral resources
46-47.
 
Hydrogeology
48.
 
Vertical intensity anomalies – Total intensity – Vertical intensity – Horizontal intensity – Magnetic declination
49.
 
Magnetic inclination – Thickness of the Earth’s crust – Map of geoisotherms at 1000 m depth – Heat flow map – Recent vertical movements
50.
 
Geochronology
51.
 V. CLIMATE (35.9 MB)
52.
 
Characteristic weather patterns – Annual totals of global solar radiation – Annual totals of sunshine hours – Monthly totals of global solar radiation: January – Monthly totals of sunshine hours: January – Monthly totals of global solar radiation: July – Monthly totals of sunshine hours: July
53.
 
Mean January temperature – Mean April temperature – Mean July temperature – Mean October temperature
54.
 
Mean annual number of days with maximum temperature exceeding 30 °C – Mean annual number of days with maximum temperature exceeding 25 °C – Mean annual number of frost days (min. ≤ 0 °C) – Mean annual number of days with maximum temperature below 0 °C – Mean date of first air frost – Mean day of last air frost – Average duration of frost free period – First day with mean daily temperature above 5 °C in spring – First day with mean daily temperature above 10 °C in spring – First day with mean daily temperature above 12 °C in spring – Mean annual absolute maximum temperature – Mean annual absolute minimum temperature
55.
 
Mean January precipitation – Mean February precipitation – Mean March precipitation – Mean April precipitation – Mean May precipitation – Mean June precipitation – Mean July precipitation – Mean August precipitation – Mean September precipitation – Mean October precipitation – Mean November precipitation – Mean December precipitation
56.
 
Annual precipitation: Annual number of days with at least 1 mm precipitation – Annual number of days with at least 5 mm precipitation – Annual number of days with at least 10 mm precipitation – Annual number of days with thunder
57.
 
Annual number of days with snowfall – Annual number of days with snow cover – Annual number of clear days – Annual number of cloudy days – Annual number of days with maximum wind speed exceeding 15 m/s – Percentage of hours with no wind – Wind roses and mean wind speed in April – Wind roses and mean wind speed in October
58.
 
Total winter potential evapotranspiration (October–March) – Total winter actual evapotranspiration (October–March) – Total summer potential evapotranspiration (April–September) – Total summer actual evapotranspiration (April–September) – Accumulated climatic water deficit during the summer half-year (April–September) – Annual climatic water deficit
59.
 
Mean air temperature during the cereal growing season III–VI – Mean air temperature during the growing season for root crops IV–IX – Mean rainfall during the cereal growing season III–VI – Mean rainfall during the growing season for root crops IV–IX – Average date of flowering of the dandelion – Average date of flowering of lilac – Average date of flowering of the white acacia – Average date of appearance of winter wheat ears
60.
 
Network of meteorological stations
61.
 VI. SURFACE AND GROUNDWATERS (54.5 MB)
62-63.
 
Hydrogeographic map of the catchment area of the Danube
64.
 
Flood and excess water control
65.
 
Water balance of the Danube valley for 1985 – Water balance of the Tisza valley for 1985 – The inundated and waterlogged area of the Carpathian Basin before flood control and drainage measures
66-67.
 
Drainage
68.
 
Minimum groundwater level, 1961–1980 – Maximum groundwater level, 1961–1980
69.
 
Average groundwater level of the growing season, 1969
70-71.
 
Chemical character of groundwater based on data for 1950–1985
72.
 
Total hardness of deep groundwater – Main parameters of quality of deep groundwater (to 600 m depth)
73.
 
Iron content of deep groundwater – Total dissolved solids of deep groundwater
74.
 
Mineral and thermal waters
75.
 
Deep groundwater, karst water and bank filtered water resources, water availability
76.
 
Network of hydrological observations
77.
 VII. SOILS (27.9 MB)
78-79.
 
Soil map
80.
 
FAO soil map – Soil erosion
81.
 
Clay mineral associations of soils – Land reclamation activity – Location of selected regions for land reclamation – Location of soils to be improved – Land improvement between 1947 and 1985
82-83.
 
Hydrophysical properties of soils
84.
 
Main substance regime types of soils – Main moisture regime types of soils
85.
VIII. BIOGEOGRAPHY, REGIONS OF PHYSICAL FACTORS, LANDSCAPES (25.9 MB)
86-87.
 
Taxonomic distribution of natural landscape units
88.
 
Climatic types – Structural morphology – Soil regions – Climatic zones of vegetation – Floristic-phytogeographical division – Zoogeographical division
89.
 
Natural vegetation
90-91.
 
Landscape types
92.
 
Assessment of physical potentials of microregions for field cultivation – Extinct plant species
93.
 IX. NATURE CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION (31.7 MB)
94-95.
 
Nature conservation, 1 January 1987
96.
 
Quality of surface waters, 1970 – Quality of surface waters, 1980
97.
 
Exceptional water pollution – Areas of outstanding water quality conservation
98-99.
 
Environmental geological conditions, waste contamination
100.
 
Air pollution of settlements – Annual average of regional background concentration of atmospheric SO₂, NO₂ (1978–1982) – Annual average of regional wet deposition of atmospheric SO₄, NO₃ (1978–1982)
101.
 
Noise emission on the main roads, 1982 – State of environment in the Lake Balaton recreation area
102.
 
Environment state of the Budapest agglomeration
103.
 X. POPULATION, SETTLEMENTS, PUBLIC UTILITIES AND DWELLINGS (62 MB)
104.
 
Change in population by individual settlements – 1870–1980 – 1949–1970
105.
 
1970–1980 – Population by sex, age groups and economic activity (in thousands), 1980
106-107.
 
Regional distribution and density of population, 1980
108.
 
Population age structure, 1980 – Age group 0–14 – Age group 15–39
109.
 
Age group 40–59 – 60 and over age group
110.
 
Dates of population maxima by individual settlements, 1870–1980
111.
 
Births, 1970–1979 – Deaths, 1970–1979 – Natural change, 1970–1979
112.
 
Migration balance for individual settlements, 1970–1979
113.
 
Size and type of households, 1980
114.
 
Distribution of the population by nationality, 1980 – Distribution of the population by mother tongue, 1980
115.
 
Gipsy population
116.
 
Economic activity of the population, 1980
117.
 
Hungary at the turn of the century
118-119.
 
Settlement network, 1986
120.
 
Occupational regroupment structure, 1930–1980 – Demographical types, 1981–1984
121.
 
Daily commuting and labour attraction of towns, 1980
122-123.
 
Occupational structure of the active wage earners in each settlement, 1980
124.
 
Basic institutions in settlements, 1980, 1984
125.
 
Living conditions, 1980
126-127.
 
Town network, 1986
128.
 
Village types, 1980
129.
 
Settlement ground-plan types – Dunaújváros – Hajdúböszörmény – Balatonszárszó – Hortobágy – Jászapáti – Botpalád 18th century – Botpalád – Csemő – Csemő
130-131.
 
Population of outskirts, 1980
132.
 
Dynamical types of settlements, 1980
133.
 
Investments in the state and cooperative sectors, 1981–1985
134.
 
Budapest agglomeration – Land use, 1985 – General map, 1985 – Age-sex pyramid (1 January 1980) – Dwelling area per person, 1980 – Ratio of single households, 1980
135.
 
Budapest agglomeration – Population change, 1900–1980 – Date of fall in the ratio of agricultural earners below 30% – Active earners by main economic branches, 1980 – Commuting, 1980 – Concentration of places of employment, 1980 – Isochrone map, 1980
136.
 
Budapest – Development and evolution of Budapest – Population change by districts – Age structure by districts, 1980 – Internal migration, 1985 – Number of population by subdistricts, 1980 – Ratio of persons with intellectual professions by subdistricts, 1960, 1980 – Educational level of population, 1980 – Inter-districts commuting, 1980 – The city (fragment)
137.
 
Budapest – Ratio of single-room dwellings by town-planning districts, 1980 – Ratio of dwellings with bath or shower by town-planning districts, 1980 – Population by social classes and strata by subdistricts, 1980 – Dwellings by ownership, 1980 – Functional-morphologic division of the central areas, 1985
138.
 
Finance and insurance, 1987
139.
 
Change of number of flats, 1970–1980 – Number of inhabitants per 100 m2 living space, 1980
140.
 
Average number of rooms per 100 homes and percentage of single-room dwellings, 1980
141.
 
Share of homes supplied with running water, 1980 – Share of rooms complete with sewers, 1980 – Share of rooms complete with bathroom and toilet, 1980
142.
 
Percentage of dwellings built before 1919 – Percentage of dwellings built during 1920–1944 – Percentage of dwellings built during 1945–1969
143.
 
Percentage of dwellings built during 1970–1979 – Per capita communal investments in towns and urban places – Council investments, 1981–1985
144.
 
Ratio of the storied, single residential buildings and private flats in the towns and urban-like settlements, 1980 – Quality of settlements by public utilities and flats, 1980
145.
 XI. PUBLIC HEALTH (29.6 MB)
146-147.
 
Primary health care facilities, emergency ambulance service
148.
 
Specialized outpatient care facilities, 1983
149.
 
Inpatient care facilities
150.
 
Mother, infant and child care facilities
151.
 
Public hygiene and epidemiology – Health care responsibilities on regional level – Specialized care responsibilities on regional level – Health manpower – Social welfare facilities
152.
 
Health status of the population – Live births, 1985 – Registered patients with non-specific respiratory disease, 1985 – Mortality, 1985 – Mortality due to injury and poisoning, 1985 – Infant mortality, 1985 – Newly registered patients with malignant neoplasms, 1985 – Life expectancy at birth: males, 1984 – Registered patients with nervous diseases and mental disorders, 1985 – Life expectancy at birth: females, 1984 – At-risk pregnancies, 1985 – Mortality due to diseases of the circulatory system, 1985 – Newly registered disabled persons in 1985
153.
 XII. EDUCATION, CULTURE AND SPORTS (27.8 MB)
154.
 
Basic education, 1985–1986
155.
 
Secondary education, 1980 – Higher education, 1980
156.
 
Ratio of graduates of primary school, 1980 – Ratio of graduates of secondary school, 1980
157.
 
Ratio of graduates of university and college, 1980 – Qualification level of the population, 1980
158.
 
Theatres, 1985 – Cinemas, 1985 – Number and type of community centres and similar institutions, 1985 – Activities of community centres and similar institutions, 1985 – Museums
159.
 
Stock of important libraries, 1983 – Stock of council libraries, 1985 – Intellectual centres of Hungary, 1980
160.
 
Sports establishments, 1986 – Sports establishments supplied per county, 1985 – County data on competition sports, 1985
161.
 XIII. INDUSTRY AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY (50.2 MB)
162-163.
 
Distribution of employees by plant size, 1984
164.
 
Breakdown of employees by company workplace, 1985 – Age distribution of employees, 1984
165.
 
Distribution of industrial employees by type of ownership, 1984 – Distribution of industrial employees in agriculture by type of ownership, 1984 – The private sector, 1984
166-167.
 
Distribution of industrial branches by number of employees, 1984
168.
 
Branches of industry by distribution of employees, 1984 – The sectoral structure of industrial activities within agriculture, 1984 – Change in the number of employees in industry (excluding the private sector), 1974–1984
169.
 
Fixed assets: gross and net value, 1984 – Change in gross value of fixed assets, 1974–1984
170-171.
 
Sectoral distribution of fixed assets by gross value, 1984
172.
 
Machines and equipment: gross and net value, 1984 – Change in gross value of machines and equipment, 1974–1984
173.
 
Basic energy sources, 1984
174.
 
Power industry, 1985
175.
 
Distribution of employees in mining, 1985 – Distribution of employees in the electricity industry, 1985 – Electricity generating industry, 1985
176.
 
Electricity grid, 1984 – Trend in peak electricity generation, 1965–1985 – Import and export of electrical energy, 1965–1985 – Use of electricity in different branches, 1985
177.
 
Direct use of energy by energy source, 1985 – Direct use of energy by economic branch, 1985 – Use of thermal energy, 1985
178.
 
Distribution of employees in metallurgy, 1984 – Iron and steel melting, 1984
179.
 
Foundries and forging mills, 1984 – Non-ferrous metallurgy, 1984
180.
 
Distribution of employees in the engineering industry, 1984
181.
 
Heavy engineering equipment, 1984 – Machine tools and industrial robots, 1984 – Agricultural machines, food industry machines and refrigerators, 1984
182.
 
Equipment manufacture for the chemical industry, light industry, environmental protection and miscellaneous categories, 1984 – Manufacture of steel and aluminium structures, 1984 – Metalware industry, 1984
183.
 
Transport equipment industry, 1984 – Electrical engineering and appliance industry, 1984
184.
 
Telecommunications and vacuum engineering technology, 1984 – Precision instruments, 1984
185.
 
Number of employees in building material industry, 1984 – Manufacture of brick, roofing-tile and heat-resisting products, 1984
186.
 
Production of crushed rock, gravel and sand, 1984 – Lime, cement and concrete panels, 1984
187.
 
Pottery and glass industry, 1984 – Number of employees in chemical industry, 1984
188.
 
Structure of production of some chemical enterprises – Petroleum, natural gas and coal processing, air decomposition and dissolved acetylene production, photochemical industry, Fine chemicals production, charcoal production, other chemistry
189.
 
Manufacture of plastics and synthetics, 1984 – Pharmaceutical industry and production of nutriments, 1984 – Rubber and paint industry, cosmetics and household chemical industry, forest-chemical industry, 1984
190.
 
Number of employees in light industry, 1984
191.
 
Number of employees in textile and clothing industry, 1984
192.
 
Wood, paper and printing industry, 1984 – Leather, fur and footwear industry, 1984
193.
 
Handicrafts and miscellaneous industry, 1984 – Number of employees in food industry, 1984
194.
 
Gross production value by branches, 1984 – Value added by branches, 1984 – Adjusted gross production value and value added, 1984
195.
 
Efficiency of industry, 1984 – Efficiency of mining, 1984 – Efficiency of electricity, 1984 – Efficiency of metallurgy, 1984 – Efficiency of engineering, 1984 – Efficiency of building material industry, 1984 – Efficiency of chemical industry, 1984 – Efficiency of light industry, 1984
196.
 
The standard of production, 1984 – Construction, 1984
197.
 XIV. AGRICULTURE AND FOOD INDUSTRY (61.6 MB)
198-199.
 
Land use
200.
 
Agricultural land use map of the Villány Hills (detail)
201.
 
Land use – Land use map of Hortobágy, 1880, 1980
202.
 
Land use – Agricultural land use map of the Kiskőrös region, 1770 – 1880 – 1950 – 1965 – Agricultural land use map of area, 1880 – 1980
203.
 
Major changes in agricultural land use, 1950–1980 – Total land area according to user grouping, 31. 05. 1984 – Total land area according to land use, 31. 05. 1984 – Land area of state farms and agricultural complexes according to land use, area of state forestries, 31. 05. 1984 – Collective land area of agricultural co-operatives and that of special co-operatives according to land use, 31. 05. 1984
204.
 
Branches of cultivation, 1984 – Arable lands (fields) – Gardens – Orchards
205.
 
Branches of cultivation, 1984 – Vineyards – Meadow and pasture – Forests
206.
 
Land use, 1984 – Arable lands (fields) – Gardens – Orchards – Vineyards – Meadow and pasture – Forests – Area taken out of cultivation
207.
 
Land assessment, 1982
208.
 
Agricultural water utilization
209.
 
Agricultural research and education, 1984 – Plant protection and animal health, 1984
210.
 
Plant cultivation and procurement, 1984 – Wheat – Rye – Rice – Winter barley – Oats – Spring barley – Maize – Peas – Sugar beet – Tobacco – Hemp fibre – Flax fibre
211.
 
Plant cultivation and procurement, 1984 – Sunflower – Rape seed – Oil flax – Soybean – Poppy seed – Maize for silage – Alfalfa – Purple medick – Potatoes – Cabbage – Savoy – Kohlrabi
212.
 
Plant cultivation and procurement, 1984 – Cauliflowers – Carrots – Parsley – Onions – French beans – Green peas – Tomatoes – Cucumbers – Paprika spice – Green peppers – Water-melons – Strawberries
213.
 
Plant cultivation and procurement of fruit for sale, 1984 – Total production and procurement of food – Apples – Pears – Cherries – Morelloes – Plums – Apricots – Peaches – Raspberries – Nuts – Berry fruit – Total fruit production
214.
 
Livestock, 1984 – Cattle – Pigs – Horses – Sheep – Fowl – Turkeys – Geese – Ducks
215.
 
Sale, 1984 – Sale of cattle and pigs for slaughter – Sale of sheep and horses for slaughter – Sale of chickens for slaughter – Sale of sheep and cow’s milk – Sale of eggs – Sale of wool and honey – Sale of agricultural products
216.
 
Boundaries and centres of large-scale agricultural farms
217.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Consumption of fertilizers – 1984 –Total power of tractors, 1984
218.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms, 1984 – Gross value of fixed assets I. – Gross value of fixed assets II.
219.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms, 1984 – Net value of fixed assets I. – Net value of fixed assets II.
220.
 
Number of employees in the large-scale farms
221.
 
Distribution of large-scale farm employees by age and sex, 1980, 1985 – Qualification of manual workers employed in large-scale farms, 1980, 1985 – Average earnings of employees in the large-scale farms
222.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Wheat
223.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Maize
224.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Sunflower
225.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Sugar beet – Potatoes
226.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Green peppers (Capsicum – Red peppers (Seasoning paprika) – Tomatoes
227.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Onions – Green peas – Cabbage
228.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Vine-growing – Characteristic structure of species on large-scale vine plantations, 1985
229.
 
Wine districts
230.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Apples – Plums
231.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Apricots – Peaches
232.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Lucerne – Red clover
233.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Maize for silage – Green maize
234.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Cattle
235.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Pigs raised on large-scale farms – Pigs raised on small-scale farms
236.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Horses – Sheep
237.
 
Proportion of basic activity, 1984
238-239.
 
The structure of gross production value in large-scale, 1984
240.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Share of industry out of all activities – Share of food processing out of manufacture, 1984
241.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Food processing activity of large-scale farms, 1984
242-243.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Industrial activity of large-scale farms 1984
244.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – Production per 100 forints of resource value – In all forms of activity – In the basic activity – In crop cultivation – In livestock raising – In the supplementary activities – Achieved outside the basic activity
245.
 
Averages for efficiency and replacement of fixed assets for 1982–1984 by natural region – Results per net fixed asset value in the collective farms – Results per net fixed asset value in the collective and state farms – Per capita results in the collective farms – Per capita results in the collective and state farms – Net value of fixed assets per capita in the collective farms – Net value of fixed assets per capita in the collective and state farms – Degree of equipment with, and efficiency of, fixed assets in the collective farms – Degree of equipment with, and efficiency of, fixed assets in the collective and state farms – Results per hectare intensive area in the collective farms – Results per hectare intensive area in the collective and state farms – Available net development resources as a percentage of depreciation in the collective farms – Available net development resources as a percentage of depreciation in the collective and state farms
246.
 
Deviation of profitability from the average of main-branch activities in collective and state farms in the natural regions, average for the years 1976–1981 – Result per 100 Ft equipment in crop cultivation – Result per 100 Ft equipment in livestock raising – Result per 100 Ft equipment in the supplementary activities – Result per 100 Ft equipment achieved outside the basic activity – Result per workday in crop production – Result per workday in livestock raising – Result per workday in the supplementary activities – Result per workday achieved outside the basic activity – Result per 100 Ft outlay in crop cultivation – Result per 100 Ft outlay in livestock raising – Result per 100 Ft outlay in the supplementary activities – Result per 100 Ft outlay achieved outside the basic activity
247.
 
Large-scale agricultural farms – The regional differentiation of replacement of fixed assets based on internal resources in agricultural co-operatives and state farms (collective agricultural units)
248.
 
Sylviculture, 1985
249.
 
Game management and hunting, 1984
250-251.
 
Distribution of forests by tree types and ages
252.
 
Milling industry, 1984 – Baking and farinaceous foodstuffs industry, 1984
253.
 
Vegetable oil industry, tobacco industry, 1984 – Sugar industry, confectionery, 1984
254.
 
Preserving industry, 1984 – Meat, poultry and egg processing industry, 1984
255.
 
Dairy industry, 1984 – Production of mineral, soda water and soft drinks, manufacture of spirits and starch, 1984
256.
 
Wine industry, 1984 – Brewing industry, 1984
257.
 XV. TRANSPORT, POST AND TELECOMMUNICATION (33.9 MB)
258-259.
 
Transportation network, 1986
260.
 
Rail freight traffic, 1984 – Rail passenger traffic, 1984
261.
 
Traffic volume on public roads, 1985 – Accessibility of county seats, 1985
262.
 
Freight traffic through the river ports and out-track platforms, 1983 – Important indexes of shipping – Passenger traffic of the ports of Lake Balaton, 1983
263.
 
Air transport – Budapest-Ferihegy Airport
264.
 
Postal telephone network and coverage, 1985 – Telex network and coverage, 1985 – System for forwarding postal traffic, 1985
265.
 
Newspaper distribution, 1983 – Postal letter and parcel traffic, 1970–1983 – Coverage with radio programs, 1984 – Coverage with television programs, 1984
266.
 
Public transport in Budapest inner area, 1987
267.
 XVI. INTERNAL TRADE, CATERING AND SERVICES (27.2 MB)
268.
 
Retail trades network, 1985
269.
 
Per capita retail sales (total), 1985 – Retail sales related to national average, 1985
270.
 
Per capita sales of industrial goods, 1985 – Per capita sales of food and stimulants, 1985
271.
 
Role of towns in retail sales, 1985 – Intensity of sales of industrial goods in towns and its distribution by main articles, 1985
272.
 
Intensity of catering trade, 1985
273.
 
Catering trade per capita, 1985 – Number of workers in socialist service industries, 1985 –Employees in small industry, 1985 – Value of services per inhabitant, 1985 – Distribution of services by sector, 1985
274.
 
Consumer services for public institutions, 1985 – Consumer services for households, 1985
275.
 XVII. TOURISM (37.5 MB)
276.
 
Tourist attractions, 1984
277.
 
Organisation of tourism and touristic mobility of population, 1984
278-279.
 
Monuments, 1986
280.
 
Capacity of public accommodation establishments, 1984
281.
 
Tourist accommodation, 1984
282.
 
Commercial tourist accommodation, 1984
283.
 
Frequency of visits to tourist regions and tourist turnover at frontier crossings, 1984
284.
 
Features of tourist regions with high priority, 1984
285.
 XVIII. FOREIGN TRADE (14 MB)
286-287.
 
Foreign trade, 1984
288.
 
Hungarian foreign trade turnover in international comparison
289.
 XIX. REGIONAL PLANNING (12.4 MB)
290.
 
Regional physical plan for the Budapest agglomeration, 1985
291.
 
Land-use plan for the Lake Balaton recreation area, 1985
292.
 
Urban physical plan for Debrecen – Communal physical plan for Őriszentpéter
293.
 EXPLANATORY NOTES TO THE NATIONAL ATLAS OF HUNGARY (55.3 MB)