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TODALSIGS DOGSTAILS ELEMENTS OF A GOOD MAP
D = DATE
O = ORIENTATION DIRECTION SHOWN BY NORTH ARROW OR COMPASS ROSE NO DIRECTIONAL INDICATOR USUALLY MEANS NORTH IS “UP”
G = GRID INTERSECTING LINES ON A MAP USED TO PINPOINT A LOCATION LATITUDE/LONGITUDE LETTER/NUMBER N W A4 FG13
S = SCALE DISTANCE ON MAP EQUALS WHAT DISTANCE ON EARTH
S = SCALE LINEAR (BAR) STATED RATIO
T = TITLE TEXT EXPLAINING WHAT OR WHERE
A = AUTHOR
I = INDEX LISTING OF PLACES ON MAP USING GRID TO SHOW LOCATION LATITUDE/LONGITUDE – SEE YOUR TEXTBOOK GAZETTEER LETTER/NUMBER GRID – ROAD MAP (USUALLY)
L = LEGEND MAP KEY
S = SURROUNDINGS OR SOURCES
DOGSTAILS ELEMENTS OF A GOOD MAP
DOGSTAILS D – DATE O – ORIENTATION G – GRID S – SCALE T – TITLE A – AUTHOR I – INDEX L – LEGEND S – SURROUNDINGS OR SOURCE
TODALSIGSTODALSIGS T = TITLE O = ORIENTATION D = DATE A = AUTHOR L = LEGEND S – SCALE I = INDEX G = GRID S = SURROUNDINGS OR SOURCES
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