Topographic Map Exercises

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Unformatted text preview: 'I‘OPOGRAPHIC MAP EXERCISES General Statement Many topographic features can be recognized on maps and photographs by their distinctive shapes. and by their reiationship to other features. The topographic maps have been carefully selected to show many of the earth's scenic physical features. A list and glossary of important terms and landfor description of any ms are included for each topic. You shOuld look up the deﬁnition or term that is not familiar before attempting to answer the questions EXERCISE: l7. Answer the l'ollowmg questions from the Madison West 75 minute topographic map. I What is the contour interval? 2 What I! the magnetic declination? (”WNW .li-Jew; Viv,’t1H(IU\ Wl'altav‘al at“) W MMV cum; 3 What iii the longitude and latitude of Science Hall? Longitude: Latitude: 4 What is the distance in miles and in kilometers from Science Hall to Norfolk Church? Locate New Prospect Church (east of Saluda) by the Township and Range Method. L *‘l: til—- 6 idé‘aé gem by the me method. "(1. g, WWAE‘L amok m mwslt. cormi’s of— «‘00-? 7 Which one of the {om-mas has the highest elevation? Ike-lawn? 8 How high is Classic Hall above the pool stage of the Ohio River? At approximately what elevation we the waterfalls in this area? What is the geologic explanation for the occurrence of these falls? > W )0 Determine the gradient of Spring Creek between the sum elevations of 650 feet and 450 feet, I I What is the nai’rpi’e of the quadrangle north of the Madison West Quadrangle? in WLS “ CU W3 APP/OrIM5-+&Ilj lAf-‘H-d LMC-w Solve—r1 Nil-L; Clues ‘l‘lAu- +owu~ 01‘ Hem/tow (own-r7 o‘wW‘ClMOW \.16x\,79 ‘ U‘)""ﬁ the. TOW“\$L‘"}” awn-l. Re. lOLO-+IL O~ll of ‘HAQ— sivxKl/xoleﬁ or Stu-\Klnol‘L. ctucﬁar!’ wet—5+ 0F l’l/xe Ohio v34. waﬂaoé) Rivar. Sl 79) gnome w i kowéx’mow 85" 7:1‘ 39“ . may 38" 42‘ 0&6“ "D U WARS .10 Mowers ‘55 Sewn ’5\,'T3r\\, mug, Sw‘lq, SW‘H ﬂW‘M Sn '5; . WM, Sw‘lty 32w '1 ‘,. MAL 1L2) \$6000“ ‘1.T3N,V»°\€, NEWi ME‘M f1) Sowwsxr covvxeY: mu WOVWWQ3¥ Comer. W5m "r'ﬁo‘Lx mg; 185150, «10—. 9340 wx new dam WA 50% air \WW 0W0 WW- ' _ AWN. __ ﬂ.— ._ 1c: 7‘“) OBVQQIuﬁLI—dm'w' mm» mm K ‘7, \va L \1) L16 5m?) MAW 2/.“ W7“ 3 ...
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