# 'Contour interval' presentation slideshows

## Class 1b: Introduction to maps

Class 1b: Introduction to maps What is a map? A generalized view of an area, usually some portion of Earth’s surface, as seen from above at a greatly reduced size Any geographical image of the environment A two-dimensional representation of the spatial distribution of selected phenomena

By emily
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## Topographic Maps

Topographic Maps. T. Bates Hugo A. Owens Middle School. Lesson Objectives. Define a topographic map and state its uses. Describe how contour lines show the elevations, shape, and slope of the land. Identify the meanings of some symbols and colors used on topographic maps.

By liam
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## Green River Topographic Map Activity

Green River Topographic Map Activity. Green River Topographic Map Activity. What is the contour interval?. Green River Topographic Map Activity. What is the contour interval? 20. Green River Topographic Map Activity. 2. What do the contour lines do when they cross Green River?.

By JasminFlorian
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## Measuring Earth

Measuring Earth. Notes: Pages 3 - 9. ©Mark Place, 2009-2010 www.LearnEarthScience.com. Earth’s Spheres. Information regarding Earth’s atmosphere can be found on page of the ESRTs. Earth’s Spheres. Information regarding Earth’s interior can be found on page of the ESRTs.

By analu
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## IDENTIFY TERRAIN FEATURES ON A MAP

IDENTIFY TERRAIN FEATURES ON A MAP. 071-329-1001. PRESENTED BY:. TrainingNCO.com. CONDITIONS: . Given a standard 1:50,000-scale military map. STANDARDS:. Identify the five major and three minor features on the map. PERFORMANCE STEPS.

By rod
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## IDENTIFY TOPOGRAPHIC SYMBOLS ON A MILITARY MAP

IDENTIFY TOPOGRAPHIC SYMBOLS ON A MILITARY MAP. 071-329-1000. PRESENTED BY:. TrainingNCO.com. CONDITIONS: . Given a standard 1:50,000-scale military map. STANDARDS:. Identify topographic symbols, colors, and marginal information on a military map with 100 percent accuracy.

By xanto
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MAP READING AND LAND NAVIGATION. FM 21-26. DEFINITION OF A MAP. A MAP IS A GEOGRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OF A PORTION OF THE EARTH’S SURFACE DRAWN TO SCALE, AS SEEN FROM ABOVE. IT’S USES COLORS , SYMBOLS AND LABELS TO REPRESENT FEATURES FOUND ON THE GROUND. PURPOSE OF A MAP.

By winola
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## How to Make a Topographic Profile

How to Make a Topographic Profile. 300. 400. 200. 100.

By varen
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## Do Now: When would knowing your altitude be important?

Today’s Objective: Interpreting a Topographic Map. Do Now: When would knowing your altitude be important?. Notes Packet. ** Important Vocabulary **. Isoline - Is a general term used to describe lines that connect points of equal value on a map. Types of Isolines -.

By telyn
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## Department of Conservation California Geological Survey

Department of Conservation California Geological Survey. www.conservation.ca.gov/CGS/index.htm. Sedimentary Basin Evaluation. 101 basins were initially selected for screening 74 basins did not meet the screening criteria 26 basins met the screening criteria 1 basin is still being evaluated .

By elie
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## Understanding Contours

Understanding Contours. What are Contour Lines. Contours Lines - are imaginary lines that join points of the same height above the datum (points of equal elevation). What are Contour Lines. RL 10.000 AHD . What is the datum ?. What are Contour Lines. RL 20.000 AHD . What is the datum ?.

By neola
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## Topographic Maps

Topographic Maps. 17 September 2013. Why are there two roads from Louberg to Luluville ?. And the answer why there are two roads from Louberg to Luluville is…. Dingle Rd. goes around the mtns . while Bo Ring Way goes UP & OVER the the mtns . . Topographic map:

By melissan
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## Chapter 3 Test Review

Chapter 3 Test Review. A Mercator projection distorts the areas near the poles of the Earth. A polyconic projection is made as if a cone of paper had been wrapped around Earth. Mercator projection shows the whole world, except the extreme polar regions, on one map.

By sauda
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## Class 1b: Introduction to maps

Class 1b: Introduction to maps. What is a map?. A generalized view of an area, usually some portion of Earth’s surface, as seen from above at a greatly reduced size Any geographical image of the environment A two-dimensional representation of the spatial distribution of selected phenomena.

By Audrey
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Land Navigation Class. Lensatic Compass. Floating Dial. 5550 MILS. Index Line. (A) The “Black” Ring. (C) The “Red” Ring. (B) The Floating Dial. Compass-to-Cheek Technique. Center Hold Technique. Valley (Major Terrain Feature).

By enya
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## Mapping Earth’s Surface

Mapping Earth’s Surface. Chapter 1. A framework of lines that helps to transfer points on Earth’s surface onto a flat map . map projection. The size and shape of landmasses become more distorted toward the north and south poles on this type of projection . Mercator projection.

By ally
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## Topographic Maps

Topographic Maps. What is a topographic map?. Relationship between 3D and 2D representation. What is a topographic map? . Definition: a graphical representation of the earth that includes the following: the shape of the earth’s surface using contour lines

By lael
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## Topographic Maps

Topographic Maps. Topographic Map : A contour map -. Complicated Topographic Map. Simple Topographic Map. I am standing where the land meets the water, what is this called?. *All elevations are relative to sea level. 0 meter contour line. 0 meter contour line. Profile View of Island.

By derron
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## Topographic Maps

Topographic Maps. What is a topographic map?. Relationship between 3D and 2D representation. What is a topographic map? . Definition: a graphical representation of the earth that includes the following: the shape of the earth’s surface using contour lines