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Introduction to Scale Maps and Basic Cartography

Introduction to Scale Maps and Basic Cartography

Introduction to Scale Maps and Basic Cartography. By: Alix Flavelle. Unit: M09U01. Introduction. This presentation covers: an introduction to scale maps, what they are and how they are made; basic cartography – standard conventions in making maps. What is a scale map?.

By victoria
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FORCES THAT CHANGE THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH

FORCES THAT CHANGE THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH

FORCES THAT CHANGE THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH. Mountain Range, Canyon, & Delta. L andforms are subject to change due to agents of weathering. water wind ice.

By liam
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Land Navigation

Land Navigation

Land Navigation. WTT 12 & 13. Task : 071-329-1000 Identify Topographic Symbols on a Military Map 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 liam
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Class 1b: Introduction to maps

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 libitha
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Ch – 29 Electric Potential

Ch – 29 Electric Potential

Ch – 29 Electric Potential . Reading Quiz Ch. 29. 1. The units of the electric potential are: a. V/C. b. Ω/m c. V/m d. N/C e. J/C. 2. Chapter 29 begins with a discussion of: a. Electric potential b. Energy and Work c. Displacement in a uniform field

By desiderio
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Spatial Databases: Digital Terrain Model

Spatial Databases: Digital Terrain Model

Spatial Databases: Digital Terrain Model. Spring, 2018 Ki-Joune Li. l 1. p 1. p 2. l 4. l 2. A 1. p 4. p 3. l 5. l 3. l 8. A 6. A 5. A 2. A 4. l 6. l 7. p 5. l 9. p 6. l 12. A 3. l 10. p 8. p 7. l 11. 2.5-D Objects vs. 3-D Objects. Representation Methods of Terrain

By adin
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Faults & Topography

Faults & Topography

Faults & Topography. What’s a Fault?. A fault is a break in the rock that makes up the Earth’s crust. The surfaces on either side of the break move past each other, becoming displaced. Types of Faults. Dip Slips Change in vertical direction (up and down). Thrust Fault. Normal Fault.

By chiquita
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MAP READING AND LAND NAVIGATION

MAP READING AND LAND NAVIGATION

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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Do Now: When would knowing your altitude be important?

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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ESRI GIS Software

ESRI GIS Software

ESRI GIS Software. Data Types ESRI Data Model Shapefiles Raster Data Digital Orthophoto Quadrangle Digital Elevation Model Digital Raster Graphic ESRI GeoDatabase 2D Representations Registration Layering Accuracy Skewing & Size Registration Spatial Analysis United States

By vanna
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Earth’s Features

Earth’s Features

Earth’s Features. Unit C Chapter 6 Lesson 1 C6 – C11. Main Idea. Earth’s surface includes water and solid landforms. You can identify surface features by their location, shape, and elevation. A Watery Planet.

By marlow
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Map Conventions

Map Conventions

Map Conventions. Latitude and Longitude. Latitude and Longitude. Latitude and Longitude. Latitude and Longitude. Magnetic Declination. Magnetic Declination. Magnetic Declination. Migration of magnetic north pole. Magnetic Declination. Scale. Using Scale. Using Scale. Topographic Maps.

By alta
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Understanding Contours

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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20-Minute Sketches

20-Minute Sketches

20-Minute Sketches. A 20-minute sketch is a drawing that reflect 20-minutes of sketching time. It must be of an object or objects in your natural environment. It must include contour lines to give the object form; and values to create volume and depth.

By ama
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Maps and Grid Reference

Maps and Grid Reference

Maps and Grid Reference. What is the Ordnance Survey…?. Maps and Grid Reference. Ordnance Survey (OS) is the national mapping agency for Great Britain and is one of the world's largest producers of maps.

By Olivia
(130 views)

Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. The Atmosphere in Motion: Air Pressure, Forces, and Winds. Atmospheric Pressure. Horizontal changes in atmospheric pressure generate wind Remember that the vertical variation of pressure is actually much larger than the horizontal variation.....

By adamdaniel
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GNSS and Environmental Protection

GNSS and Environmental Protection

GNSS and Environmental Protection. Some Examples of GPS Applications in the Environmental Protection and Natural Processes Monitoring The Krkonose National Park Igor Jan Dvořák Institute of Hydrodynamics of ASCR. G NS S and Environmental Protection. Code and Carrier Phase Measurements

By carmela
(172 views)

Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Topographic Maps…. History……. First topographic maps were made using only ground survey… Today most maps are made by remote sensing, which is collecting data from above the ground……. Quicker and easier,,, More detailed and accurate…. Remote Sensing…. Photogrammetry….

By sian
(118 views)

The Site

The Site

The Site. Landscaping Chapter 4. Objectives*. Define the word site and explain its significance in the development of a landscape List the typical features that must be evaluated on most sites Describe sources of site information Explain the geographic information systems

By zahi
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2013-14 Studio Art Daily Plans	 Sept 16-Sept 20, 2013

2013-14 Studio Art Daily Plans Sept 16-Sept 20, 2013

2013-14 Studio Art Daily Plans Sept 16-Sept 20, 2013. Ms. Livoti. Monday 9/16/13 Aim: Why do artists practice blind contour drawing techniques?. Do now: Art Elements/Design Principles A- Z Today: Organize supplies, familiarize with sketchbook rules and routines

By jodie
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