homolosine

homolosine

(həmŏl`əsĭn, –sīn'), map projection: see Goode, John PaulGoode, John Paul
, 1862–1932, American geographer and cartographer, b. Stewartville, Minn., grad. Univ. of Minnesota, 1889, Ph.D. Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1901. He taught geography at the Univ. of Pennsylvania (1901–17) and at the Univ. of Chicago (1917–28).
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It serves up familiar fare with names including the likes of Mercator, Peters and Goode, for example, but stands out in delivering meaningful explanations and comparisons of conformality, equal area, deformation, convention, traditional projections (cylindrical, conic and plane) and so on through to mathematical projections (sinusoidal, homolographic, homolosine and orthophanic as well as interrupted and condensed).
The resulting Goode homolosine projection is most common in its interrupted form.
"The Homolosine Projection: A New Device for Portraying the Earth's Surface Entire." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 15 (3):119-125.