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80 foot contour 50 foot contour 20 foot contour 40 foot contour 100 foot contour Label all contour lines. Hint: Stream valleys strongly affect the shape of contours, so study Figure 6.2 in your lab manual before completing this map. T BRANDON SMITH 1403 Online Lab Topographic Maps Ch-6: P. 94-106 PLEASE CHOOSE A FONT COLOR OTHER THAN BLACK FOR YOUR ANSWERS Read pages 94-106 in your lab manual very carefully. REMEMBER! THERE ARE VIDEO LAB EXPLANATIONS FOR THIS LAB!!! Answer the following problems: 1. Convert the following fractional scales to verbal scales; show your calculations: a. 1:13,226. One inch to_ 13,226___ feet. b. 1:88,000. One inch to_ 88,000___ mile(s). c. 1:125,000. One centimeter to__ 125,000__ kilometers. 2. Convert the following verbal scales to fractional scales; show your calculations: a. One inch to 2000 feet. 1:2000 b. One inch to 4 miles. 1:4 c. One centimeter to 15 kilometer. 1:15 3. Use the UTM method to describe the location of the Radio Tower in Figure 6.6 (see the lab manual) to the nearest 10m. Universal Transverse Mercator System: The radio tower falls within a 1000-m
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2009 for the course GEOL 1403 taught by Professor Wilson during the Spring '09 term at Texas A&M.

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