Werner projection

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Etymology[edit]

Named after Johannes Werner (1466–1528), who refined and promoted the original projection by Johannes Stabius (Stab) of Vienna.

Noun[edit]

Werner projection (plural Werner projections)

  1. A pseudoconic cordiform equal-area map projection that is a limiting form of the Bonne projection, having its standard parallel at one of the poles (90°N/S).

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