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Contour Lines . Contour line- line that connects points of equal elevation. Elevation- height above or below sea level. Contour interval- difference in elevation between adjacent contour lines. The closer contour lines are, the steeper the slope.

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## Contour Lines

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**Contour interval- difference in elevation between adjacent**contour lines**Contour lines form a “V” when they cross a river.**Rivers flow the opposite direction of the “V”**Every 5th contour line is bold and labeled with its**elevation (index contour).**Depressions are represented by closed concentric contours**lines with hachure marks.

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