by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Rockville, Md, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Series||NOAA technical memorandum NOS NGS -- 16|
|Contributions||National Geodetic Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. :|
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Determination of North American datum coordinates of map corners / T. Vincenty Determination of North American datum coordinates of map corners / T. Vincenty by Vincenty, T;. DETERMINATION OF NORTH AMERICAN DATUM COORDINATES OF MAP CORNERS (SECOND PREDICTION) T. Vincenty National Geodetic Survey Rockville, Md. April Reprinted January UllTED STATES / NATIONAL OCEANIC AND / National Ocean DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE / ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION / Survey JUlnitl M. Kreps, Secretary / Richard A . Determination of North American datum coordinates of map corners (second prediction) / By T Vincenty and National Geodetic Survey (U.S.) Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Mathematical geography, Coordinates, Elliptic, Doppler effect. Determination of North American datum coordinates of map corners / T. Vincenty, National Geodetic Survey.
Geographic coordinates provided to the Commission via the Universal Licensing System must be referenced to the North American Datum of (NAD83). If the source from which you obtain the coordinates is referenced to another datum (e.g., NAD27, PRD40) you must convert the coordinates to NAD The FCC uses the procedures outlined below when converting licensing data to NAD The North American Datum (NAD) is the horizontal datum now used to define the geodetic network in North America. A datum is a formal description of the shape of the Earth along with an "anchor" point for the coordinate system. In surveying, cartography, and land-use planning, two North American Datums are in use for making lateral or "horizontal" measurements: the North American Datum of With the advent of the North American Datum of (NAD83)--which is virtually identical to the World Geodetic System of (WGS84) within the United States--State Plane coordinates shifted with it. Offset from the different datums is indicated by a dashed cross in each corner of some topographic maps. Transform coordinates for position on a map - converting latitude / longitude degrees From MapTiler Team. Copy Transform. Search Map Transform About. L. Search Map Transform About +-q. Reproject Map. Coordinate system Change. Find a coordinate system and get position on a map. Powered by EPSG database
DETERMINATION OF NORTH AMERICAN DATUM COORDINATES OF MAP CORNERS T. Vincenty National Geodetic Survey Rockville. Maryland October Reprinted December Reprinted August UNITED SUTES / NATIONAL OCEANIC AND / National Ocean DEPARTMENT Of COMMERCE ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION Survey. Coordinate System of (SPCS 83), a map projection system based on the North American Datum of (NAD 83). Given the geodetic coordinates on NAD 83 (latitude and longitude), the manual provides the necessary equations to compute State plane coordinates (northing, easting) using the "forward" mapping equation (cp, > N, E). A geographic coordinate system (GCS) is a coordinate system that enables every location on Earth to be specified by a set of numbers, letters or symbols. The coordinates are often chosen such that one of the numbers represents a vertical position and two or three of the numbers represent a horizontal position; alternatively, a geographic position may be expressed in a combined three. All 3DEP seamless DEMs are provided in geographic coordinates (longitude and latitude) in units of decimal degrees, horizontally referenced on the North American Datum of (NAD83). All elevation values are in units of meters, typically referenced to the North American Vertical Datum of (NAVD88), although the National Geodetic Vertical.