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Graphis Diagrams | Une histoire de l’infographie (2/3) | design et typo

Graphis Diagrams

Graphis Diagrams | Une histoire de l’infographie (2/3) | design et typo

All earthquakes since 1898    Need a reminder of the relationship between earthquakes and plate tectonics? Look no further than this map of the world’s earthquakes since 1898, providing a beautiful glowing outline of Earth’s tectonic boundaries.    Created by data visualisation company IDV Solutions, this map highlights all 203,186 earthquakes that have occurred, of magnitude 4.0 or greater.

Stunning Map Reveals World's Earthquakes Since 1898

More than 100 years of earthquakes glow on a world map. - This map shows earthquakes magnitude or greater since each is marked in a lightning-bug hue that glows brighter with increasing

Une histoire de l’infographie (2/3) | design et typo

Graphis Diagrams

Une histoire de l’infographie (2/3) | design et typo

Leaking oil tanks on Behance

Explaining the scope and science of Southern California's Petroleum Storage Tank crisis.

Following Herman Melville

Following Herman Melville

David Rumsey Historical Map Collection | Timeline Maps

EMMA WILLARD’S “PICTURE OF NATIONS” Among the most prolific and influential educators of her time, Emma Willard spent decades experimenting with the visualization of information.

mapping dialect in the Netherlands: the word green

mapping dialect in the Netherlands: the word green

Vintage Infodesign [35] - Visualoop

Vintage Infodesign [35

A set of charts, maps and graphics created before 1960

Flemish geographer and cartographer Gerardus Mercator world map of 1569 introduced a cylindrical map projection that became the standard map projection known as the Mercator projection. The principal feature of the projection is that sailing courses at a constant bearing are mapped to straight lines on the map. The development of the Mercator projection represented a major breakthrough in the nautical cartography of the 16th century although it was only slowly adopted by sea-faring nations.

Gerardus Mercator, “Nova et Aucta Orbis Terrae Descriptio ad Usum Navigantium Emendate Accommodata”.

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