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Unformatted text preview: he listing beneath this, select WGS 84. Click the OK button. The 8 coordinates in the Locate window should now display in decimal degrees units based on the WGS 84 map datum. 9. Carefully click (or double click) on the stream outlet for Fuller Lake. Copy the longitude value and cardinal direction, and paste them in the Word document beneath the Fuller Lake area and perimeter numbers. Do the same for the latitude value and cardinal direction. Do not screencapture the map. 10. Carefully type the elevation of Fuller Lake beneath the coordinate values. You determined the elevation of the lake in Part 2 of this exercise. Again, do not screen-capture the map. 11. Repeat Step 8 for Ice Lake, followed by Island Lake. You should end up with two more pages in your Word document that consist of the map image and Measure Area dialog box, and the perimeter, area, outlet coordinates, and elevation values for these lakes. When you’re finished, send the Word document to the black and white laser printer. Save the Word document to your lab9 folder. Summary of things to turn in before the start of next week's lab. Per group, hand in the following: Neat handwritten answers and calculations (where indicated) for questions 1-17, pp. 1-3. Answers to the topo map questions must be written on the answer sheet provided. Printed (black-and-white) 3D map from ArcScene/ArcMap. Printed (black-and-white) screen captures of Adobe Reader showing digitized lake boundaries, along with the perimeter and area values for each lake, and the lake outlets coordinates. Three lakes total: Fuller Lake, Ice Lake, and Island Lake. Ophir, Colorado, circa 1895 (,_Colorado). Original image is from the Library of Congress. 9 Write your name(s) in this box. Answer Sheet for Lab #9, Questions 1-17. Write your answers neatly in the blanks provided. Don't forget to include the units (feet, meters, etc.). The length of each blank does not necessarily indicate the length of the correct written answer! And some blanks will require more than once answer!! Confused? Read the questions carefully on pp. 1-3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 10...
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