Rob·in·son projection noun \ˈrä-bən-sən-\
: a compromise map projection showing the poles as lines rather than points and more accurately portraying high latitude lands and water to land ratio
Origin of ROBINSON PROJECTION
Arthur H. Robinson b
1915 American geographer
First Known Use: 1978
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