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Maps in Theory and Practice

Nature volume 63, page 464 (14 March 1901) | Download Citation

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EVERY advanced treatise on astronomy defines and explains certain kinds of map projection; but in all these accounts I have been struck with the absence of any notice of the particular kind of projection with which we are most familiar—the kind usually employed for representing the world in hemispheres; in fact, the commonest kind of map projection.

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