geographical coordinates


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geographical coordinates

[¦jē·ə¦graf·ə·kəl kō′ȯrd·ən·əts]
(geography)
Spherical coordinates, designating both astronomical and geodetic coordinates, defining a point on the surface of the earth, usually latitude and longitude. Also known as terrestrial coordinates.
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Each volume of poetry that Montale has published has its geographical coordinates that reveal a shift in poetics.
Sampling location of banana fruits (Musa sp.) as a function of the landscape, total area and banana (ha), fruit variety and maturation, geographical coordinates, number (no.) and mass (g) of fruits, puparia and emerged Ceratitis capitata adults (EA) (no.), pupal viability (PV) (%) and infestation rates (puparia kg [fruit.sup.-1] and puparia [fruit.sup.-1]).
Most of the sighting locations were in the geographical coordinates of Degrees Minutes Seconds (DMS) format which were converted into Degrees Decimals (DD) using MS Excel.
The mobile application has the provision to automatically capture current time and geographical coordinates through mobile phone's Global Positioning System (GPS) and send election results data to central database of the ECP.
For each he provides geographical coordinates, a quick summary of what the site offers, text with details and explanations placing the fossils in geological and evolutionary context, and photographs of landscape features and examples of fossils.
Of course, the Israeli--Cypriot agreement, like the Lebanese--Cypriot agreement before it, included the standard clause specifying that the geographical coordinates of the first and last markers may be adjusted in light of future delimitation of the EEZ with other neighboring states.
Table I.- Number of used specimens, collection data including locality, geographical coordinates and dates.
The second level used five validation indicators: i) verification of the establishment's geographical coordinates; ii) proportion of missing values; iii) number of beds; iv) proportion of financial data completion; and v) proportion of human resources data completion.
Installation location: The geographical location for the site of the grid-tied solar photovoltaic installation is in the metropolitan area of Bucaramanga, Colombia, whose geographical coordinates are:
Miraldo and her colleagues gathered geographical coordinates for more than 92,000 records of mitochondrial DNA from 4,675 species of land mammals and amphibians.
Why did you use the geographical coordinates of the structures and places in your photographs as their titles in the book?

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