Cartography 1 (NOG11O2)
- Level of study undergraduate studies
Ph.D. Dragica Živković
- Subject status: obligatory
- ECTS: 5
- Semester: I
- Number of classes: 2+2
The object of studies is methodology of modeling transpositions of spatial-temporal contents from spherical into spatio-nomographic proportional model-on spherical surface (globe) and on mathematical plane (plan, maps) through mathematical-cartographic methods, geographic map elements, digital visualization.
Based on mathematical, cartographic and geographic elements, students will read the exposed map content. Further, on that basis, they will read out eductive and productive map content that enables insight in causal and consequential geo-spatial connections. Digital cartography will enable geo-visualization.
Object and method of cartography; Cartography definition; The importance of map and Cartography; The division of cartography; Cartography and its connections to other sciences; cartographic method; Cartographic generalization; Term, features, elements and division of geographical maps; Shape and size of the Earth; Transmission of spherical surface onto globe surface; Conditional transmission of the spheroid on the map; Coordinate systems and networks; Methods of recording in cartography; Geographic positioning systems; Map scale and scale bar.
Cartographic signs; Topographic signs; Size and proportions; Cartographic projections; Coordinate systems; Coordinate networks; Geographical coordinate system; Rectangular coordinate system; Polar Coordinate System; GPS; Angles of inclination; Landform profiles; Compass; Division of maps to the sheets; Digital cards.
Lješević M., Živković D.: Kartografija, Geografski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu, Beograd, 2001.;
Peterca M. i grupa autora: Kartografija, Vojnogeografski institut, Beograd, 1974.;
Milovanović V.: Opšta kartografija, Građevinski fakultet, Beograd, 1986.;
Živković D. (2000): Filozofske osnove kartografije, Glasnik SGD, sv. LXXX, br.1., Beograd, str. 37-43.