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With Introduction to Topographic Maps the user will learn how to read and draw contour lines based on points of known elevations, construct topographic profiles, and determine slope and relief.
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With Introduction to Topographic Maps you will learn how to use these maps to determine elevations, landform types, principles of scale, location, and much more. You will read and draw contour lines based on points of known elevations, construct topographic profiles, and determine slope and relief. Includes full color photos, animations, related topics on Map Projections, U.S. Geological Survey, Using a Compass and Map, and more.
New to Version 2.0:
Version 2.0 is compatible with Mac OS® X Yosemite (10.10). Narration to aid in reading comprehension, Draw contour lines and print out your results, Scored review section can be printed for easy teacher assessment, New artwork throughout, Easier navigation, Larger display size to easily view map features, USGS Booklets are included on the CD-ROM as pdf files.
System Requirements: Macintosh: PowerPC™ G3 500 MHz or Intel Core™ Duo 1.33GHz; 256 MBytes RAM; Mac OS® X (10.3 for PowerPC, 10.4 or later for Intel); Universal application; 1024 x 768 screen resolution. Windows: Intel® Pentium® II 450MHz or faster processor; 256 MBytes RAM; Windows XP®, Vista®, 7, or 8.1; 1024 x 768 screen resolution.