How does disparity on a small scale lead to environmental consequences?
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Here is a little trick to know how to tell the difference between a large scale map, and a small scale map. A large scale map is a map where your house would look large on it. For example, a map of your neighborhood, or a map of you area. (You can see you house on this map) A small scale map is a map where your house would look small on it (or you…
The main point is that very little detail can be shown on a small scale map due to lack of space. Small scale maps show a large area, motorways, main roads, etc. A large scale map is used when showing details is important. A large scale map will show churches, country lanes, footpaths, etc, over a very small area.