Elevation can be measured in feet and inches, or metres and centimetres.
If you mean how is elevation on a map measured then it is usally by a different color(usally white means the highest).
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They's are not asking the same question
Elevation is measured with respect to sea level.
Denver, CO is called Mile High City because it measures one mile in elevation from sea level
The elevation of Mt. Everest is 8,846 metres measured from above sea level. This is the tallest mountain above SEA LEAVEL, however the tallest mountain in the world is Mauna Kea in Hawaii with an elevation of 10'200 metres, measured from below sea level. Hope this helped!
the pressure of water measured relative to the atmospheric pressure at the same elevation.
benchmark (a standard of excellence or elevation against which things are measured)
A benchmark is a monument that is a point of precisely measured elevation.
Its elevation has been measured at 15,919' or 4,852 m.
"Elevation" is how high something is. It can be measured from ground level or sea level. Natural elevations like the elevation of an airport of the elevation of a mountain peak are given in relation to sea level. The highest elevation in Austria is a peak named Grosslockner. Grosslockner is 3,798 meters above sea level.
When measured from sea level, Mount Hotham rises to an elevation of 1862 meters.
Not quite. The invert elevation of a pipe is measured at the flow line which is the bottom inside of the pipe. The bottom of pipe elevation should be the bottom outside of the pipe. The difference betwen the two measurements is the thickness of the pipe wall.
Technically, yes: both are a distance measured upwards from sea level in feet or meters. Usually, elevation is applied to land, whereas altitude is applied to aircraft in flight.
The acronym THRE stands for threshold elevation. Threshold elevation is when responses are measured after grating adaptation has taken place. It can also be used to check out orientation sensitive channels.
it is the highest part usable runway surface. Measured in feet above Mean Sea Level(MSL)
Latitude, Longitude, and Elevation. These values can be measured using a variety of different instruments and techniques.
You might mean distance. Stars are not measured in elevation. Stars form apart from each other, that's why the distance to a star compared to another will never be the same.
The obvert elevation of a pipe is the elevation of the inner top surface of the pipe (as opposed to "invert" which is the inner bottom surface of the pipe). Invert (and obvert) is usually used in reference to pipe and not manholes, since the invert elevation is where the water flow calculations begin. Based on this interpretation, the obvert (at a manhole) can be measured as the distance from the manhole rim to the inside top of the pipe(s).
7,990 feet - as measured at Swains Creek UT (the nearest US Weather Service reporting station.)
At it's lowest elevation so the bottom of the grand canyon. But it would not be noticeable. Even if you measured your weight at the bottom of the grand canyon, then measured it at the top of mount everest. You would notice a very insignificant difference.
In my experience in every-day life, it is. The gravitational difference is so slight that we cannot feel it, though I believe it can be measured.
Mount McKinley, or Denali, in Alaska, is the highest mountain peak in the United Statesand in North America, with a summit elevation of 20,320 feet (6,194 m) above sea level.Measured base-to-peak, it is the tallest mountain on land.Measured by topographic prominence, it is the third most prominent peak in the worldafter Mount Everest and Aconcagua.It is the centerpiece of Denali National Park and Preserve.