Nagy sikert hozó szakmai visszalépés a tengerdomborzat ábrázolásában a 20. század közepén = A regress in cartographical representation of submarine relief that resulted in great achievement in the mid-twentieth century

Márton, Mátyás: Nagy sikert hozó szakmai visszalépés a tengerdomborzat ábrázolásában a 20. század közepén = A regress in cartographical representation of submarine relief that resulted in great achievement in the mid-twentieth century. Táj, környezet és társadalom : ünnepi tanulmányok Keveiné Bárány Ilona professzor asszony tiszteletére. pp. 467-477. (2006)

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Abstract

Two early methods of cartographical representation of the marine abysses, notably isobathic method and representation with discrete elevation figures, are still considered as modern in the recent sense of the word. The origins of the isobathic method date back to the end of the 16th century. The method that uses discrete elevation figures is even older, as this serves as base for isobathic representation. From a modern point of view, it seems incomprehensible, why did scientists of a marine research institute choose physiographic method of submarine relief representation instead of the much more exact isobathic method in the mid-20th century. The author of the actual paper investigates the causes, discussing the unusual achievement of this regress. He compares the method with the Raisz method developed earlier for representation of terrestrial areas, and involves himself in an imaginary polemic with Erwin Raisz.

Item Type: Article
Journal or Publication Title: Táj, környezet és társadalom : ünnepi tanulmányok Keveiné Bárány Ilona professzor asszony tiszteletére
Date: 2006
Page Range: pp. 467-477
ISBN: 963 482 782 9
Uncontrolled Keywords: Geomorfológia
Additional Information: Bibliogr.: 477. p. és a lábjegyzetben ; ill. ; összefoglalás angol nyelven
Date Deposited: 2019. Nov. 20. 13:04
Last Modified: 2019. Nov. 20. 13:04
URI: http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/id/eprint/62419

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