General Map Review. 1.Maps that show lots of detail are ______ scale. 2.Do contour lines ever cross? 3.Tell me about the V concept. 4.Does this place.

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General Map Review

1.Maps that show lots of detail are ______ scale. 2.Do contour lines ever cross? 3.Tell me about the V concept. 4.Does this place exist? (110 0 N, 150 0 E) 5.Maps that do not show much detail are __scale. 6.The edges of topographic maps are _______ & _______. 7.The map projection used to find the shortest distance between two points is________. 8.Latitude is measured in degrees ________and __________ of the _________. 9.Longitude is measured in degrees ______and ______of the _________.

1. Large Scale

1.Maps that show lots of detail are ______ scale. 2.Do contour lines ever cross? 3.Tell me about the V concept. 4.Does this place exist? (110 0 N, 150 0 E) 5.Maps that do not show much detail are __scale. 6.The edges of topographic maps are _______ & _______. 7.The map projection used to find the shortest distance between two points is________. 8.Latitude is measured in degrees ________and __________ of the _________. 9.Longitude is measured in degrees ______and ______of the _________.

2. No

1.Maps that show lots of detail are ______ scale. 2.Do contour lines ever cross? 3.Tell me about the V concept. 4.Does this place exist? (110 0 N, 150 0 E) 5.Maps that do not show much detail are __scale. 6.The edges of topographic maps are _______ & _______. 7.The map projection used to find the shortest distance between two points is________. 8.Latitude is measured in degrees ________and __________ of the _________. 9.Longitude is measured in degrees ______and ______of the _________.

3. Streams flow out of the V

1.Maps that show lots of detail are ______ scale. 2.Do contour lines ever cross? 3.Tell me about the V concept. 4.Does this place exist? (110 0 N, 150 0 E) 5.Maps that do not show much detail are __scale. 6.The edges of topographic maps are _______ & _______. 7.The map projection used to find the shortest distance between two points is________. 8.Latitude is measured in degrees ________and __________ of the _________. 9.Longitude is measured in degrees ______and ______of the _________.

4. No – North only goes to 90 0

1.Maps that show lots of detail are ______ scale. 2.Do contour lines ever cross? 3.Tell me about the V concept. 4.Does this place exist? (110 0 N, 150 0 E) 5.Maps that do not show much detail are __scale. 6.The edges of topographic maps are _______ & _______. 7.The map projection used to find the shortest distance between two points is________. 8.Latitude is measured in degrees ________and __________ of the _________. 9.Longitude is measured in degrees ______and ______of the _________.

5. Small scale

1.Maps that show lots of detail are ______ scale. 2.Do contour lines ever cross? 3.Tell me about the V concept. 4.Does this place exist? (110 0 N, 150 0 E) 5.Maps that do not show much detail are __scale. 6.The edges of topographic maps are _______ & _______. 7.The map projection used to find the shortest distance between two points is________. 8.Latitude is measured in degrees ________and __________ of the _________. 9.Longitude is measured in degrees ______and ______of the _________.

6. Latitude & Longitude

1.Maps that show lots of detail are ______ scale. 2.Do contour lines ever cross? 3.Tell me about the V concept. 4.Does this place exist? (110 0 N, 150 0 E) 5.Maps that do not show much detail are __scale. 6.The edges of topographic maps are _______ & _______. 7.The map projection used to find the shortest distance between two points is________. 8.Latitude is measured in degrees ________and __________ of the _________. 9.Longitude is measured in degrees ______and ______of the _________.

7. Gnomonic

1.Maps that show lots of detail are ______ scale. 2.Do contour lines ever cross? 3.Tell me about the V concept. 4.Does this place exist? (110 0 N, 150 0 E) 5.Maps that do not show much detail are __scale. 6.The edges of topographic maps are _______ & _______. 7.The map projection used to find the shortest distance between two points is________. 8.Latitude is measured in degrees ________and __________ of the _________. 9.Longitude is measured in degrees ______and ______of the _________.

8. North, South, Equator

1.Maps that show lots of detail are ______ scale. 2.Do contour lines ever cross? 3.Tell me about the V concept. 4.Does this place exist? (110 0 N, 150 0 E) 5.Maps that do not show much detail are __scale. 6.The edges of topographic maps are _______ & _______. 7.The map projection used to find the shortest distance between two points is________. 8.Latitude is measured in degrees ________and __________ of the _________. 9.Longitude is measured in degrees ______and ______of the _________.

9. East, West, Prime Meridian

10.USGS stands for ___________________________ 11.This shows elevation changes across a map section.__________. 12.This is shown on maps with closely spaced contour lines. __________________. 13._____________ shown on maps with contour lines that are spaced farther apart. 14.This is a permanent marker that shows the elevation for a location _____. 15.Define contour interval. 16.Why do we talk about distortion? 17.What is a line drawn through points of equal elevation.

10. United States Geological Survey

10.USGS stands for ___________________________ 11.This shows elevation changes across a map section.__________. 12.This is shown on maps with closely spaced contour lines. __________________. 13._____________ shown on maps with contour lines that are spaced farther apart. 14.This is a permanent marker that shows the elevation for a location _____. 15.Define contour interval. 16.Why do we talk about distortion? 17.What is a line drawn through points of equal elevation.

11. Profile

10.USGS stands for ___________________________ 11.This shows elevation changes across a map section.__________. 12.This is shown on maps with closely spaced contour lines. __________________. 13._____________ shown on maps with contour lines that are spaced farther apart. 14.This is a permanent marker that shows the elevation for a location _____. 15.Define contour interval. 16.Why do we talk about distortion? 17.What is a line drawn through points of equal elevation.

12. Steep Land

10.USGS stands for ___________________________ 11.This shows elevation changes across a map section.__________. 12.This is shown on maps with closely spaced contour lines. __________________. 13._____________ shown on maps with contour lines that are spaced farther apart. 14.This is a permanent marker that shows the elevation for a location _____. 15.Define contour interval. 16.Why do we talk about distortion? 17.What is a line drawn through points of equal elevation.

13. Gently Sloping Land

10.USGS stands for ___________________________ 11.This shows elevation changes across a map section.__________. 12.This is shown on maps with closely spaced contour lines. __________________. 13._____________ shown on maps with contour lines that are spaced farther apart. 14.This is a permanent marker that shows the elevation for a location _____. 15.Define contour interval. 16.Why do we talk about distortion? 17.What is a line drawn through points of equal elevation.

14. Bench Mark

10.USGS stands for ___________________________ 11.This shows elevation changes across a map section.__________. 12.This is shown on maps with closely spaced contour lines. __________________. 13._____________ shown on maps with contour lines that are spaced farther apart. 14.This is a permanent marker that shows the elevation for a location _____. 15.Define contour interval. 16.Why do we talk about distortion? 17.What is a line drawn through points of equal elevation.

15. The vertical distance between the Contour Lines

10.USGS stands for ___________________________ 11.This shows elevation changes across a map section.__________. 12.This is shown on maps with closely spaced contour lines. __________________. 13._____________ shown on maps with contour lines that are spaced farther apart. 14.This is a permanent marker that shows the elevation for a location _____. 15.Define contour interval. 16.Why do we talk about distortion? 17.What is a line drawn through points of equal elevation.

16. Distortion happens when we make a flat map from a round (Oblate Spheroid) Earth

10.USGS stands for ___________________________ 11.This shows elevation changes across a map section.__________. 12.This is shown on maps with closely spaced contour lines. __________________. 13._____________ shown on maps with contour lines that are spaced farther apart. 14.This is a permanent marker that shows the elevation for a location _____. 15.Define contour interval. 16.Why do we talk about distortion? 17.What is a line drawn through points of equal elevation.

17. Contour Line

18.What is the map projection used to make topographic maps. 19.These contour lines are used to show depressions that are out of the ordinary, like sinkholes and dry ponds. ______________________ 20.This type of remote sensing use optical satellites 700km above the Earth. 21.This method of remote sensing assigns different colors of to each wavelength of light.

18. Polyconic

18.What is the map projection used to make topographic maps. 19.These contour lines are used to show depressions that are out of the ordinary, like sinkholes and dry ponds. ______________________ 20.This type of remote sensing use optical satellites 700km above the Earth. 21.This method of remote sensing assigns different colors of to each wavelength of light.

19. Depression Contours

18.What is the map projection used to make topographic maps. 19.These contour lines are used to show depressions that are out of the ordinary, like sinkholes and dry ponds. ______________________ 20.This type of remote sensing use optical satellites 700km above the Earth. 21.This method of remote sensing assigns different colors of to each wavelength of light.

20. Landsat

18.What is the map projection used to make topographic maps. 19.These contour lines are used to show depressions that are out of the ordinary, like sinkholes and dry ponds. ______________________ 20.This type of remote sensing use optical satellites 700km above the Earth. 21.This method of remote sensing assigns different colors of to each wavelength of light.

21. False Color imaging

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