time divisions (GTD) were used to estimate the natural mortality of Panopea glohosa for specific portions of its life history: 1, egg to trochophore larvae (24 h); 2, early larvae (6.
If recognized, the presence of longitudinal folds is path gnomonic
A Jupiter blank, Saturn blanks, a compact gnomonic
projection sky atlas (hand plotted by Tony Williams on a computer generated grid for meteor tracking) were all prepared.
2011b 'The Muhurtalaksana: A brief text on Time of Day, gnomonic
shadow and divination from Java, compared to the inscriptions and the Sanskrit Atmajyotisa', in: Gyula Wojtilla and S.
In sacred geometry I think this is what is called gnomonic
growth; namely, a kind of development or evolution, which unfolds through the Golden Section, and in which nothing is ever left behind but everything is always carried forward into the new.
8) "IRAC" is a gnomonic
that stands for the parts of legal analysis normally expected of students on law school essay exams.
Laura Dassow Walls cites Emerson's passage on the shell in her discussion of the gnomonic
projection of spherical coordinates [alpha], [delta] to the plane coordinates x', y',
Loxodromes appear as straight lines on the Mercator projection, while orthodromes appear as straight lines on the gnomonic
projection (Gudmundsson and Alerstam, 1998b).