
The Earth and the Geographic Coordinates
In this video the characteristics of the earth such as its dimensions, shape, hemispheres and movements are summarized. It also explains the different cardinal points and the WGS84 geographic coordinate system with graphic examples.
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How do geographical coordinates work?
A map is divided in sections, which allow you to look for a place. When we would make sections for the whole world it becomes very unclear. A lot of sections are needed!. That’s why we use Geographical Coordinates. This is a long number which we use to measure where someone or something is. But how does it work?
Exactly between the North and South Pole lies the Equator. This line is used to divide the globe in two parts: The Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere. Just like the equator, there are multiple lines running east to west. These are the circles of latitude or Parallels. At every spot, they are at exactly the same distance from the equator. There are 90 parallels, each lying 1 degree further from the equator. This is how the northern hemisphere is divided in 90 degrees....
published: 27 Dec 2017

Geographic Coordinate Systems
CEE 468/668  GIS Applications in Civil Engineering
University of Nevada Las Vegas
published: 24 Jan 2018

What is Geographic Coordinate System?
This video describes What is Geographic Coordinate System, basics of Latitude, Longitude and Datum.
published: 28 May 2020

"Geographic Coordinate Systems" and "Projected Coordinate Systems" in ArcGIS and ArcMap
Let's take a look at the way ArcMap in ArcGIS understands projections. ArcMap uses things called "Geographic Coordinate Systems" and "Projected Coordinate Systems", which can be confusing because the terminology does not match what we use when we learn the theory of datums and projections. So, here is what ArcGIS means when it uses these terms. This way you can be sure you get it all correct, and can get overlay data correctly and accurately.
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published: 04 Jun 2018

How Do GPS Coordinates Work?
So you’ve seen those locationtagging numbers on maps and GPS devices before, but do you actually know what they mean? Brainstuff is here to fill you in.
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http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/gadgets/travel/gps.htm
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SOURCES:
https://www2.usgs.gov/faq/categories/9794/3022
http://maps.nationalgeographic.com/downloads/Map_Skills_Booklet.pdf
https://www.britannica.com/place/Greenwichmeridian
http://astro.unl.edu/naap/motion1/tc_units.html
https://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2001/0077/report.pdf
https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/dmsdecimal
published: 19 Jan 2017

LOCATING PLACES USING GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATE SYSTEM I SCIENCE 7 QUARTER 4 WEEK 1 MODULE 1
LOCATING PLACES USING GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATE SYSTEM I SCIENCE 7 QUARTER 4 WEEK 1 MODULE 1
Locating places on earth using longitude and latitude
Locating places on earth ppt grade 7
Locating places on earth using coordinate system
Locating places on earth grade 7
Geographic coordinate system vs projected coordinate system,
Geographic and projected coordinate system,
What is geographic coordinate system

Science 7 Playlist: https://bit.ly/2L2N7Xk
Science 7 Fourth Quarter Videos
Latitude and Longitude
https://youtu.be/oos0BQ50m1o
Geographic Coordinate System
https://youtu.be/QYDsWuagCAo
Landmasses and Bodies of Water that Surrounds the Philippines
https://youtu.be/mWJDPV86u8
Natural Resources of the Philip...
published: 18 May 2021

Geographic Coordinate System
Lecture about the Geographic Coordinate System
published: 08 Sep 2013

Mapwork coordinates degrees, minutes and seconds
Geography Mapping. This video shows you how to read latitude, longitude and coordinates with degrees, minutes and seconds  also called grid reference. Go to the Geography mapwork playlist to view the other videos. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt71K0lJFEluBHCxlYv2tbtAqUSIKZSM8
published: 09 Aug 2017

How to read Latitude and Longitude coordinates
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Latitude and longitude is a coordinate system that is used for locating any place on the globe. Learning about latitude and longitude is is a very important geography mapping skills, as it underpins the GPS system.
Key terms covered include the Equator, Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, Arctic & Antarctic Circles, the Prime Meridian (Greenwich), the antipodal meridian, the northern hemisphere, southern hemisphere, the western hemisphere and the eastern hemisphere.,
Globe images of the Earth are adapted from NASA World Wind.
A better quality version of this video (in terms of audio quality) can be seen here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAZUrl...
published: 13 Sep 2012
16:25
The Earth and the Geographic Coordinates
In this video the characteristics of the earth such as its dimensions, shape, hemispheres and movements are summarized. It also explains the different cardinal ...
In this video the characteristics of the earth such as its dimensions, shape, hemispheres and movements are summarized. It also explains the different cardinal points and the WGS84 geographic coordinate system with graphic examples.
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https://www.youtube.com/c/AviationTheory/join
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In this video the characteristics of the earth such as its dimensions, shape, hemispheres and movements are summarized. It also explains the different cardinal points and the WGS84 geographic coordinate system with graphic examples.
Do you want to support this channel? Become a member and receive exclusive benefits:
https://www.youtube.com/c/AviationTheory/join
Facebook Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/AviationTheory102745835488031
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3:06
How do geographical coordinates work?
A map is divided in sections, which allow you to look for a place. When we would make sections for the whole world it becomes very unclear. A lot of sections ar...
A map is divided in sections, which allow you to look for a place. When we would make sections for the whole world it becomes very unclear. A lot of sections are needed!. That’s why we use Geographical Coordinates. This is a long number which we use to measure where someone or something is. But how does it work?
Exactly between the North and South Pole lies the Equator. This line is used to divide the globe in two parts: The Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere. Just like the equator, there are multiple lines running east to west. These are the circles of latitude or Parallels. At every spot, they are at exactly the same distance from the equator. There are 90 parallels, each lying 1 degree further from the equator. This is how the northern hemisphere is divided in 90 degrees. At the northern hemisphere, we can for example say that we are at 40 degrees of northern latitude. It’s called northeren latitude, because it’s located north of the equator and because it’s a latitude circle.
Between every circle of latitude is a distance of approximately 70 miles or 110 kilometer. This is not really accurate. So, all circles of latitude are divided in 60 smaller parts. Just as an hour is divided in 60 minutes, so are the circles of latitude. Between every minute is still a distance of a mile, so that’s why the minutes are divided in 60 seconds. Now we exactly know how distant someone or something is from the equator, we can say that we are, for example at 53 degrees, 1 minute and 23 seconds northern latitude. Although we know how far we are removed from the equator, we can’t say whether we are in the Germany or in Calgary, Canada.
That’s why we also use circles which are drawn from the north pole to the south pole. These are circles of longitude, because they run from north to south. To divide the world in 2 parts, there is a circle of longitude which runs exactly through London. This is called the prime meridian. The hemisphere east of the line is called the Eastern Hemisphere and the part west of the line is called the Western Hemisphere.
The world is from the prime meridian on, westward and eastward divided in 180 degrees. Every degree is once again divided in minutes and the minutes in seconds.
Now we can say that we are at 5 degrees, 39 minutes and 41 seconds eastern longitude. This is called eastern longitude, because we are in the eastern hemisphere and because it’s a circle of longitude.
So when you know your coordinates, in latitude and longitude, you know exactly where you are.
https://gemeentedelft.info/How_Do_Geographical_Coordinates_Work
A map is divided in sections, which allow you to look for a place. When we would make sections for the whole world it becomes very unclear. A lot of sections are needed!. That’s why we use Geographical Coordinates. This is a long number which we use to measure where someone or something is. But how does it work?
Exactly between the North and South Pole lies the Equator. This line is used to divide the globe in two parts: The Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere. Just like the equator, there are multiple lines running east to west. These are the circles of latitude or Parallels. At every spot, they are at exactly the same distance from the equator. There are 90 parallels, each lying 1 degree further from the equator. This is how the northern hemisphere is divided in 90 degrees. At the northern hemisphere, we can for example say that we are at 40 degrees of northern latitude. It’s called northeren latitude, because it’s located north of the equator and because it’s a latitude circle.
Between every circle of latitude is a distance of approximately 70 miles or 110 kilometer. This is not really accurate. So, all circles of latitude are divided in 60 smaller parts. Just as an hour is divided in 60 minutes, so are the circles of latitude. Between every minute is still a distance of a mile, so that’s why the minutes are divided in 60 seconds. Now we exactly know how distant someone or something is from the equator, we can say that we are, for example at 53 degrees, 1 minute and 23 seconds northern latitude. Although we know how far we are removed from the equator, we can’t say whether we are in the Germany or in Calgary, Canada.
That’s why we also use circles which are drawn from the north pole to the south pole. These are circles of longitude, because they run from north to south. To divide the world in 2 parts, there is a circle of longitude which runs exactly through London. This is called the prime meridian. The hemisphere east of the line is called the Eastern Hemisphere and the part west of the line is called the Western Hemisphere.
The world is from the prime meridian on, westward and eastward divided in 180 degrees. Every degree is once again divided in minutes and the minutes in seconds.
Now we can say that we are at 5 degrees, 39 minutes and 41 seconds eastern longitude. This is called eastern longitude, because we are in the eastern hemisphere and because it’s a circle of longitude.
So when you know your coordinates, in latitude and longitude, you know exactly where you are.
 published: 27 Dec 2017
 views: 5244
4:29
Geographic Coordinate Systems
CEE 468/668  GIS Applications in Civil Engineering
University of Nevada Las Vegas
CEE 468/668  GIS Applications in Civil Engineering
University of Nevada Las Vegas
https://gemeentedelft.info/Geographic_Coordinate_Systems
CEE 468/668  GIS Applications in Civil Engineering
University of Nevada Las Vegas
 published: 24 Jan 2018
 views: 19879
4:43
What is Geographic Coordinate System?
This video describes What is Geographic Coordinate System, basics of Latitude, Longitude and Datum.
This video describes What is Geographic Coordinate System, basics of Latitude, Longitude and Datum.
https://gemeentedelft.info/What_Is_Geographic_Coordinate_System
This video describes What is Geographic Coordinate System, basics of Latitude, Longitude and Datum.
 published: 28 May 2020
 views: 2291
8:57
"Geographic Coordinate Systems" and "Projected Coordinate Systems" in ArcGIS and ArcMap
Let's take a look at the way ArcMap in ArcGIS understands projections. ArcMap uses things called "Geographic Coordinate Systems" and "Projected Coordinate Syste...
Let's take a look at the way ArcMap in ArcGIS understands projections. ArcMap uses things called "Geographic Coordinate Systems" and "Projected Coordinate Systems", which can be confusing because the terminology does not match what we use when we learn the theory of datums and projections. So, here is what ArcGIS means when it uses these terms. This way you can be sure you get it all correct, and can get overlay data correctly and accurately.
 The GeoMindz Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GeoMindz1325443794189380/
 Heath’s Twitter @EHeathRobinson  https://twitter.com/EHeathRobinson
https://gemeentedelft.info/Geographic_Coordinate_Systems_And_Projected_Coordinate_Systems_In_Arcgis_And_Arcmap
Let's take a look at the way ArcMap in ArcGIS understands projections. ArcMap uses things called "Geographic Coordinate Systems" and "Projected Coordinate Systems", which can be confusing because the terminology does not match what we use when we learn the theory of datums and projections. So, here is what ArcGIS means when it uses these terms. This way you can be sure you get it all correct, and can get overlay data correctly and accurately.
 The GeoMindz Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GeoMindz1325443794189380/
 Heath’s Twitter @EHeathRobinson  https://twitter.com/EHeathRobinson
 published: 04 Jun 2018
 views: 35393
4:15
How Do GPS Coordinates Work?
So you’ve seen those locationtagging numbers on maps and GPS devices before, but do you actually know what they mean? Brainstuff is here to fill you in.
Learn...
So you’ve seen those locationtagging numbers on maps and GPS devices before, but do you actually know what they mean? Brainstuff is here to fill you in.
Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com:
http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/gadgets/travel/gps.htm
Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt
Visit our site: http://www.brainstuffshow.com
SOURCES:
https://www2.usgs.gov/faq/categories/9794/3022
http://maps.nationalgeographic.com/downloads/Map_Skills_Booklet.pdf
https://www.britannica.com/place/Greenwichmeridian
http://astro.unl.edu/naap/motion1/tc_units.html
https://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2001/0077/report.pdf
https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/dmsdecimal
https://gemeentedelft.info/How_Do_Gps_Coordinates_Work
So you’ve seen those locationtagging numbers on maps and GPS devices before, but do you actually know what they mean? Brainstuff is here to fill you in.
Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com:
http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/gadgets/travel/gps.htm
Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt
Visit our site: http://www.brainstuffshow.com
SOURCES:
https://www2.usgs.gov/faq/categories/9794/3022
http://maps.nationalgeographic.com/downloads/Map_Skills_Booklet.pdf
https://www.britannica.com/place/Greenwichmeridian
http://astro.unl.edu/naap/motion1/tc_units.html
https://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2001/0077/report.pdf
https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/dmsdecimal
 published: 19 Jan 2017
 views: 631918
8:02
LOCATING PLACES USING GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATE SYSTEM I SCIENCE 7 QUARTER 4 WEEK 1 MODULE 1
LOCATING PLACES USING GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATE SYSTEM I SCIENCE 7 QUARTER 4 WEEK 1 MODULE 1
Locating places on earth using longitude and latitude
Locating places o...
LOCATING PLACES USING GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATE SYSTEM I SCIENCE 7 QUARTER 4 WEEK 1 MODULE 1
Locating places on earth using longitude and latitude
Locating places on earth ppt grade 7
Locating places on earth using coordinate system
Locating places on earth grade 7
Geographic coordinate system vs projected coordinate system,
Geographic and projected coordinate system,
What is geographic coordinate system

Science 7 Playlist: https://bit.ly/2L2N7Xk
Science 7 Fourth Quarter Videos
Latitude and Longitude
https://youtu.be/oos0BQ50m1o
Geographic Coordinate System
https://youtu.be/QYDsWuagCAo
Landmasses and Bodies of Water that Surrounds the Philippines
https://youtu.be/mWJDPV86u8
Natural Resources of the Philippines
https://youtu.be/LIwP7bQWNrE
Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources
https://youtu.be/d7oQOckibIM
Ways on How to Conserve Earth's Natural Resources
https://youtu.be/wPltvTAIbSE
Layers of the Atmosphere
https://youtu.be/uv1eGonqVdQ
Greenhouse Effect and Global Warming
https://youtu.be/W_lp8v3DPUI
Common Atmospheric Phenomena
https://youtu.be/dz6keC9Pn1Q
Seasons of the Philippines
https://youtu.be/6aehh7kfcQ
Solar Eclipse and its types
https://youtu.be/K3brrVuIzA
Lunar Eclipse
https://youtu.be/v9jVAJ2QcU8
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LOCATING PLACES USING GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATE SYSTEM I SCIENCE 7 QUARTER 4 WEEK 1 MODULE 1
Locating places on earth using longitude and latitude
Locating places on earth ppt grade 7
Locating places on earth using coordinate system
Locating places on earth grade 7
Geographic coordinate system vs projected coordinate system,
Geographic and projected coordinate system,
What is geographic coordinate system

Science 7 Playlist: https://bit.ly/2L2N7Xk
Science 7 Fourth Quarter Videos
Latitude and Longitude
https://youtu.be/oos0BQ50m1o
Geographic Coordinate System
https://youtu.be/QYDsWuagCAo
Landmasses and Bodies of Water that Surrounds the Philippines
https://youtu.be/mWJDPV86u8
Natural Resources of the Philippines
https://youtu.be/LIwP7bQWNrE
Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources
https://youtu.be/d7oQOckibIM
Ways on How to Conserve Earth's Natural Resources
https://youtu.be/wPltvTAIbSE
Layers of the Atmosphere
https://youtu.be/uv1eGonqVdQ
Greenhouse Effect and Global Warming
https://youtu.be/W_lp8v3DPUI
Common Atmospheric Phenomena
https://youtu.be/dz6keC9Pn1Q
Seasons of the Philippines
https://youtu.be/6aehh7kfcQ
Solar Eclipse and its types
https://youtu.be/K3brrVuIzA
Lunar Eclipse
https://youtu.be/v9jVAJ2QcU8
#AGHAMazing #Science7 #DepEdTV #SulongEdukalidad #SirBASTV
THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!!!
Comment down below your suggestions and recommendations about this video :)
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 published: 18 May 2021
 views: 48002
7:18
Mapwork coordinates degrees, minutes and seconds
Geography Mapping. This video shows you how to read latitude, longitude and coordinates with degrees, minutes and seconds  also called grid reference. Go to th...
Geography Mapping. This video shows you how to read latitude, longitude and coordinates with degrees, minutes and seconds  also called grid reference. Go to the Geography mapwork playlist to view the other videos. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt71K0lJFEluBHCxlYv2tbtAqUSIKZSM8
https://gemeentedelft.info/Mapwork_Coordinates_Degrees,_Minutes_And_Seconds
Geography Mapping. This video shows you how to read latitude, longitude and coordinates with degrees, minutes and seconds  also called grid reference. Go to the Geography mapwork playlist to view the other videos. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt71K0lJFEluBHCxlYv2tbtAqUSIKZSM8
 published: 09 Aug 2017
 views: 368765
4:08
How to read Latitude and Longitude coordinates
Check out products related to Geography, Travel and the Outdoors on Amazon:
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Latitude and l...
Check out products related to Geography, Travel and the Outdoors on Amazon:
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Latitude and longitude is a coordinate system that is used for locating any place on the globe. Learning about latitude and longitude is is a very important geography mapping skills, as it underpins the GPS system.
Key terms covered include the Equator, Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, Arctic & Antarctic Circles, the Prime Meridian (Greenwich), the antipodal meridian, the northern hemisphere, southern hemisphere, the western hemisphere and the eastern hemisphere.,
Globe images of the Earth are adapted from NASA World Wind.
A better quality version of this video (in terms of audio quality) can be seen here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAZUrlKk6CE
https://gemeentedelft.info/How_To_Read_Latitude_And_Longitude_Coordinates
Check out products related to Geography, Travel and the Outdoors on Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/shop/darrongedgesgeographychannel (Paid Link)
Latitude and longitude is a coordinate system that is used for locating any place on the globe. Learning about latitude and longitude is is a very important geography mapping skills, as it underpins the GPS system.
Key terms covered include the Equator, Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, Arctic & Antarctic Circles, the Prime Meridian (Greenwich), the antipodal meridian, the northern hemisphere, southern hemisphere, the western hemisphere and the eastern hemisphere.,
Globe images of the Earth are adapted from NASA World Wind.
A better quality version of this video (in terms of audio quality) can be seen here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAZUrlKk6CE
 published: 13 Sep 2012
 views: 1258860