When using the Universal Transverse Mercator coordinate system, northing is the distance to the equator, while easting is the distance to the "False easting", which is uniquely defined in each UTM zone.
The term northing has also been used by explorers to describe a general progress toward the North Pole. Isaac Israel Hayes used this term in a 1861 address to the New-York Geographical and Statistical Society saying, "The want of steam power curtailed my northing.
Research results from University of Glasgow, Institute of Comparative Medicine update understanding of campylobacter.
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Postcode mapping: PostcodeAnalyst is designed and optimised for accessing postcode data and services. Mike Leatherbarrow shares some insight into the post code process.
Apr 01, 2006; Most organisations operate in geographical space and have a database of contacts. For example, they store in the database the...