Definition of Sanson-flamsteed projection

1. Noun. An equal-area map projection showing parallels and the equator as straight lines and other meridians as curved; used to map tropical latitudes.




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Literary usage of Sanson-flamsteed projection

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Handbook of Geography, Descriptive and Mathematical by Emil Reich (1908)
"It is on much the same principle as the Sanson-Flamsteed projection. The central meridian is represented as a straight line of its true length, ..."

2. Topographic, Trigonometric and Geodetic Surveying: Including Geographic by Herbert Michael Wilson (1912)
"A modification of the cylinder projection is found in the Sanson-Flamsteed projection. According to this the parallels are drawn as parallel equidistant ..."

3. Topographic, Trigonometric and Geodetic Surveying: Including Geographic by Herbert Michael Wilson (1912)
"127 Sanson-Flamsteed projection, 412 Scaffolds, errors due to twist in, 579 observing, 565 Scalds, 860 Scale of cadastral surveys, 107 of detailed ..."

4. Handbook of Geography, Descriptive and Mathematical by Emil Reich (1908)
"It is on much the same principle as the Sanson-Flamsteed projection. The central meridian is represented as a straight line of its true length, ..."

5. Topographic, Trigonometric and Geodetic Surveying: Including Geographic by Herbert Michael Wilson (1912)
"A modification of the cylinder projection is found in the Sanson-Flamsteed projection. According to this the parallels are drawn as parallel equidistant ..."

6. Topographic, Trigonometric and Geodetic Surveying: Including Geographic by Herbert Michael Wilson (1912)
"127 Sanson-Flamsteed projection, 412 Scaffolds, errors due to twist in, 579 observing, 565 Scalds, 860 Scale of cadastral surveys, 107 of detailed ..."

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