Rhumb Line (glossary)

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A rhumb line, or its synonym loxodrome (used in geometry navigation), is a curve which crosses meridians of longitude at a constant bearing.

Source

ISO TC211. "Rhumb line." In: ISO TC211 Multilingual Glossary. Version from 2020-06-02. Concept ID: 2083. Available at: https://isotc211.geolexica.org/concepts/2083/.

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