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# Week 1 & 2 Notes GIS3015

Katie Lebow
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These notes are somewhat short, as not much was covered during weeks 1 and 2, because of Hurricane Hermine and class cancellations.... However, they define the first bit of material we have covered...
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Date Created: 09/09/16
Introduction to Map Analysis/Understanding: • Is the map "clustered?" : Depends on the size of the frame; frame sizes areVERY easy to manipulate, thus making studies easy to change for personal gain (i.e. "Adjusting" the numbers to represent what a specific company/person wants to prove) • Mercader Projections: Distortion occurs because of the flattening of the Earth (a sphere) to have a 2- dimensional picture (For example: Mexico and Greenland are approximately the same size by land area, despite the visual representation on most maps) • Declination Diagrams: A way to determine which "North" is being used in a map (Magnetic North, Grid North, True North) * Compass North (Magnetic North) is in a different direction based on location * Cell phone/GPS North (Grid North) is completely different from Magnetic North • Vocabulary to Know: ⿞Spatial: The way that objects/areas/topographic elements relate to one another in a map (how far from each other they are, if they're near water, etc.) ‣ Spatial Data: The digital representation of topography ‣ Spatial Units: The organizational representations used in map making to make them easier to read (countries, states, counties, etc.) ⿞Features: Specific earth objects/land uses/land coverings in maps, such as buildings, towns, rivers, trees, etc. ⿞Distance: Can be measured in length (such as miles or kilometers) or in time (such as hours) ⿞Direction: Demonstrated via compass points (N, S, E, W), radians (. ), degrees (0-360) ⿞Cartography: The science of map making (regardless of map format or type) ⿞GIS: Geographic Information Systems: Digital systems used to relate spatial data in an easy to understand way (using colors, legends, borders, etc.)

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