EMS162_2010_StereographicProjections

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1 1/14/2010 EMS 162 - Winter 2010 1 Yayoi Takamura Stereographic Projections Reference sphere Primitive circle Chunk of crystalline material Plane Normal 1/14/2010 EMS 162 - Winter 2010 2 Yayoi Takamura Wulff Net Primitive circle Great circles (Longitude lines) Small circles (Latitude lines) N S E W
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2 1/14/2010 EMS 162 - Winter 2010 3 Yayoi Takamura Drawing Poles 45º (110) planes N S E W 1/14/2010 EMS 162 - Winter 2010 4 Yayoi Takamura Drawing Poles 45º 45º N S (110) planes E W
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3 1/14/2010 EMS 162 - Winter 2010 5 Yayoi Takamura Great Circles 1/14/2010 EMS 162 - Winter 2010 6 Yayoi Takamura Drawing Great Circles Great circles – arcs extending from one end of diameter of primitive circle to the other Longitudinal lines – great circles that pass through the NS diameter of the primitive circle. N S
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1/14/2010 EMS 162 - Winter 2010 7 Yayoi Takamura Drawing Great Circles 1/14/2010 EMS 162 - Winter 2010 8 Yayoi Takamura Drawing Small Circles Small circles, Latitude lines – planes that are perpendicular to the plane of the primitive circle and the NS axis of the primitive circle. Krawitz
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2010 for the course EMS 162 taught by Professor Howitt during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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