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Published on February 13, 2008

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Coordinate Systems and Map Projections:  Coordinate Systems and Map Projections Josef Fürst Learning objectives:  Learning objectives In this section you will learn: how to clearly define the position of a point on the earth surface, when it is important to take care of an appropriate map projection, how to achieve a common projection for data from different sources which type of projection meets the requirements of an application. Outline:  Outline Introduction Georeferencing Latitude and longitude The shape of the earth Indication of height Geodetic reference systems Map projections Properties of map projections Classes of projections Aspect Naming of projections Selecting a suitable map projection Examples of important projections and coordinate systems Conversion of geographic coordinates Summary Introduction:  Introduction Coordinate system: reference system for geographic location  Georeferencing Map projection: Mapping of 3D earth surface to plane Georeferencing:  Georeferencing Longitude l and latitude f Angle from equator: latitude f Angle east of Greenwich: longitude l Coordinate systems are based on agreements Coordinates relative to a „model“ of the earth Heights must refer to the irregular field of gravitation The shape of the earth:  The shape of the earth Model plane: survey by theodolites, whose vertical axes are defined by a bubble level  trigonometry in a plane From the sphere to an ellipsoid of rotation (spheroid) Polar flattening. Meridians are ellipses  ellipsoid of rotation (spheroid). Ellipticity f : Problems due to gravitation field Ellipsoid of rotation is not an exact iso-surface of gravitation; therefore deviation between coordinates from triangulation and astronomically (GPS) determined coordinates Georeferencing The shape of the earth:  The shape of the earth the geoid: the „true“ shape of the earth Due to irregular distribution of masses within earth the geoid is irregular Geoid is only approximated ellipsoid of rotation Local fit of ellipsoids Georeferencing The shape of the earth:  The shape of the earth plain, sphere, ellipsoid, geoid? Local surveys  plane trigonometry Navigation  earth model „sphere“ . National surveys  ellipsoid of rotation Geodetic high precision reference surveys or investigation of changes of the earth‘s body  consider undulation of geoid Georeferencing Heights:  Heights Very important for hydrological applications Height above ellipsoid h, height above geoid H, geoid undulation N Heights required relativ to level (level instrument!) Georeferencing Geodetic reference systems:  Geodetic reference systems geodetic reference system: set of all theoretical conventions to define a coordinate system for geodetic purposes. Reference surface (ellipsoid + rules for handling gedodetic measurements). Datum: set of parameters defining a coordinate system, and a set of control points whose geometric relationships are known, either through measurement or calculation: origin, direction of axis, reference point for elevations Bearing of ellipsoid in the earth usually defined by datum point. Georeferencing Geodetic reference systems:  Geodetic reference systems Georeferencing Geodetic reference systems:  Geodetic reference systems Reference network: geodetic implementation of reference system. Computation of coordinates and heights of given points by means of geodetic surveys Usually „grown“ over long time  not free of contradiction. Unique conversion between coordinate system, e.g. GPS, to e.g., Gauss-Krüger not possible. Fit by reference points into reference network. Austrian 3D geodetic reference field: 57.000 triangulation points and 263.000 additional points, average distance 400 to 1.500 m Georeferencing Map projections:  Map projections Properties of map projections Projection types (class) aspect Naming of projections Choice of appropriate projection Examples of important projections Properties of map projections:  Properties of map projections Conformal projections Preserve local shape  graticule lines on globe are perpendicular Equal-area projections Preserve area of features  angle and/or scale may be distorted Equidistant projections Preserve distances between certain points; scale is not maintained correctly on an entire map True-direction projections True-direction or azimutal projections map great-circles through the center point as straight lines Map projections Type of projection:  Type of projection Projection onto geometric surfaces (plane, cone, cylinder), which can be flattened by unrolling Not just pure „optical“ projection, but rather mathematical expressions which preserve the desired properties. Map projections Type of projection: conic projections:  Type of projection: conic projections Tangent at standard parallel Secant conic projections (2 standard parallels) Map projections Type of projection: cylindrical projections:  Type of projection: cylindrical projections Tangent or secant Mercator projection, touches at equator Transverse Mercator projection touches at meridian Map projections Type of projection: planar (azimuthal) projections:  Type of projection: planar (azimuthal) projections Tangent or secant polar, equatorial or oblique Map projections Aspect:  Aspect Map projections Naming of projections:  Naming of projections Identified by giving: class, aspect, property. Specific properties: name of originator, nature of any modifications. E.g. topographic overview map 1:500.000: normal secant conformal conic projection (LAMBERT) with standard parallels 46° and 49° N latitude Map projections Selecting a suitable map projection:  Selecting a suitable map projection Considerations How can results be best presented on a map? For analysis in GIS, all maps must have a common reference To be able to quantify areas, lengths, etc. the respective accuracy must be determined Rules of thumb Errors and distortions increase from the origin of the projection towards its edges In tropical areas  cylindrical projections In temperate latitudes  conic projections Polar regions  planar (azimuthal) projections Topographic maps: conformal projections Map projections Examples of important map projections:  Examples of important map projections UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator) System Gauß-Krüger version of transverse Mercator projection. For cartography between 84° N and 80° S. Austria in UTM zone 33: Map projections Examples of important map projections:  Examples of important map projections WGS84 Measurements by GPS (Global Positioning System) Approximate conversion of GPS coordinates into national system using local parameters; fit into national system by reference points Map projections Examples of important map projections:  Examples of important map projections Lambert conformal conic projection Used frequently for overview maps Austria 1:500.000: standard parallels 46° and 49° N, central meridian 13° 20’. origin 47° 30’ N und 13° 20’ E, „false“ coordinates (400.000, 400.000) Map projections Projections of the world:  Projections of the world Geogr. coordinates Mollweide (equal area) Map projections Summary:  Summary Coordinates for georeference, map projections for presentation According to requirements and size of study area, earth‘s shape is modelled as a plane, sphere, ellipsoid of rotation or geoid National coordinate systems are based on reference networks Position related to ellipsoid Gravitation field to be considered for heights Distortions due to projection: a projection cannot maintain conformity, equal area, equidistance AND true direction at the same time important: UTM, Gauß-Krüger, Lambert conformal conic projection

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