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Projections and Coordinate Systems

Chapter 2


ArcView

  • Structure

    • Project

    • View

    • Theme

    • Feature

  • Project (.apr)

    • ASCII text

    • Location dependent!!!


Documents

  • View

    • picture of the themes

  • Table

    • relational database (.dbf format)

  • Chart

    • bar, line, scatter, etc

  • Layout

    • the map

  • Script

    • programming in Avenue language


Theme

  • Theme

    • Point

    • Line

    • Area

  • Feature

    • Individual item

  • Shapefile

    • .shp

    • .shx

    • .dbf


Arc/Info

  • ARC and INFO

    Spatial and attribute information are separate

    • ARC is spatial information

    • INFO is attribute information

    • data is binary

      - must use tools to read


Coverage

  • Coverage can be

    • point

    • arc

    • polygon

  • More complex

    • We will build up the expertise

    • representation of data

    • multiple components for each kind of coverage


Geographic Grid

  • Meridians and parallels

  • Longitue and latitude

  • E-W and N-S

  • DMS=degree-minute-second

  • DD=decimal degrees

  • Convert D + M/60+S/3600 = DD


Projections

  • Spherical to flat

  • Something preserved

    • conformal = shape

    • equivalent = size

    • equidistant = scale

    • azimuthal = direction

  • Projection surface

    • cone, cylinder, plane


Datum

  • Spheroid or ellipsoid

  • North American Datum of 1927 (NAD27) and Clark 1866 (ground-measured)

  • North American Datum of 1983 (NAD83) and WGS84 or GRS80 (satellite-measured)


Coordinate Systems

  • Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM)

  • Universal Polar Stereographic (UPS)

  • State Plane Coordinate (SPC)

  • Public Land Survey System (PLSS)


UTM

  • Universal Transverse Mercator

  • 84°N and 80°S

  • 60 zones

  • 6° per zone

  • Beginning at 180° W


UPS

  • Universal Polar Stereographic

  • Polar areas

  • 100,000-meter squares

  • Similar to UTM


SPC

  • State Plane Coordinate

  • 1930s accuracy of 1/10,000 or less

  • State may have more than one zone

  • Shape of state changes N-S or E-W

  • Texas has how many?


PLSS

  • Public Land Survey System

  • Not in Texas

  • Mainly central and western states

  • 6 x 6 mile squares (townships)

  • 36 square mile parcels of 640 acres (sections)


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