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Fundamentals of Physical Geography

2nd Edition
James Petersen
Publisher: CENGAGE L
ISBN: 9781133606536
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Fundamentals of Physical Geography

2nd Edition
James Petersen
Publisher: CENGAGE L
ISBN: 9781133606536

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Chapter 2, Problem 14FQ
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Why do we use different map projections?

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Ch. 2 - Why do we use different map projections?Ch. 2 - Compare the sizes of Greenland and South America...Ch. 2 - Which world map would you prefer, one that...Ch. 2 - What is a disadvantage of (b) in terms of use?Ch. 2 - In what circumstances would we need to know the...Ch. 2 - Can you name other environmental examples of...Ch. 2 - If you only had a topographic map, could you...Ch. 2 - What is the relationship between the spacing of...Ch. 2 - Can you think of other applications for geographic...Ch. 2 - What are the benefits of an oblique view, compared...Ch. 2 - If you were asked to make a map of vegetation or...Ch. 2 - Why are the storm patterns on thermal weather...Ch. 2 - What other aspects of the environment or the...Ch. 2 - The scale is now 1:12,000. What would 1 inch on...Ch. 2 - What are the highest and lowest elevations on the...Ch. 2 - Why would it be useful to have both a map and an...Ch. 2 - Why is a great circle useful for navigation?Ch. 2 - Why were the time zones established, and why are...Ch. 2 - If you fly from the United States to Japan, how...Ch. 2 - In terms of the kinds of locations they describe,...Ch. 2 - What is the difference between a conformal map and...Ch. 2 - What is the difference between an RF and a verbal...Ch. 2 - What does the concept of thematic map layers mean...Ch. 2 - What advantages do computers offer to the...Ch. 2 - If it is 2:00 a.m. Tuesday in New York (EST), what...Ch. 2 - If 10 centimeters (3.94 in.) on a map equals 1...Ch. 2 - Using Google Earth, fly to the heart of the...

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