See geodetic coordinates.
Values specifying the location of features in a standard, absolute worldwide coordinate system (e.g., latitude/longitude, state plane coordinates, universal transverse mercator).
Coordinate system in which horizontal and vertical distances on a planimetric map are represented in units of latitude and longitude rather than feet or meters.
A system of spherical coordinates for defining the position of points on the earth. The declinations and polar bearings in this system are the geographic latitudes and longitudes respectively.
The traditional coordinate system based on latitude and longitude. Coordinates are measured using degrees, minutes, and seconds, measured angularly from the Earth's center from the Equator and the Prime Meridian. Latitude is measured from the Equator, while longitude is measured from the Prime Meridian.
Coordinates based upon a geographic reference system, used to locate features on Earth.
Imagine that lines of latitude and lines of longitude form a grid over the Earth's surface. A point (coordinate) is formed by the intersection of a latitude line and a longitude line. In this way, any location on the earth can be determined.
The coordinate system for describing the position of points on the Earth, in which ground points are represented in latitude and longitude.
A spherical coordinate system for defining the position of points on the earth.
Same as spherical coordinates.
The latitude and longitude coordinate system.