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Guides the amateur collector or mapmaker in the lore of maps and their working principlesThere are still more networks in this group of simple, or as Hinks calls them, aquot; normal, aquot; conic projections. For example, conformal and equal-area projections can also be made on one standard parallel. ... The part of each transparent cone where it overlapped the shorter one made a collar-like zone, and thata#39;s where the picture aquot;took. ... These maps find serious use also in geological studies, engineering projects, and military 20- Polyconic Projection, from Pole to beyond Equator tactics.

Author: David Greenhood
Publisher:University of Chicago Press - 1964-02-15

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