10/6/10 Aim: What is a Field?. Do Now: R&H p.26, A&E #31-34 HW – Finish lab. Field – any region of the environment where a measurement can be taken at every location.
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10/6/10Aim: What is a Field?
Do Now: R&H p.26, A&E #31-34
HW – Finish lab
Field – any region of the environment where a measurement can be taken at every location
Field Value – whatever aspect of the field that you choose to measure. Ex. Temp, pressure, density, rainfall, snowfall, elevation, etc.
Isolines – lines that connect points of equal field value.
Field Map- A map made of isolines that show a pattern of data and allow us to predict any location on the map.
Interval- the value of increase/decrease for each isoline.
Gradient = change in field value
change in distance