It would depend on the scale of the map. This information would be found in the legend.
The difference in elevation between one contour line and the next is called relief. Hope this helped. ;)
The Contour Interval.
Contour line connect points of equal elevation on a map, whereas relief is the difference in elevation from the highest and lowest on a map.
latitude and longitude
the difference in elevation represented by each contour line on a topographic map
The change in the elevation between isolines is called a contour line. Contour lines on a topographical map resemble a volcano.
No. Every point on a contour line has the same elevation.
A contour line is a line defining elevation on a map.
it is a contour line of elevation Control index contour, or just index contour
the lines on a map that detail changes in elevation A contour line is a line on a map that connects points of equal elevation
Contour maps show elevation. The contour interval tells what the difference is between each contour line is, so lines closer together means a steeper slope, and further apart means a gentler slope.
Every point on a given contour line is at the same elevation. Neighboring contour lines are at different elevations.
Elevation is determined on a contour map by means of the elevation interval. The distance between each line is equal in distance. Adding the intervals together will determine the total elevation.
It depends completely on the type of map and the scale of the map. Look several contour lines above and below the area of interest. Often, the elevation is printed on every 5th contour line. Divide the difference by the number of spaces between the two lines. Example, one contour line says "1000" and the next one with an elevation says "1500". If there are 4 lines in between these two, it is 100 ft per contour line. In some areas, you will need to follow a contour line around the map to track down the elevation of that line. Easier still, check the legend on the side or bottom of the map. The example showing the colors or symbols used may also tell the contour interval if it is consistent for the entire map.
It means i small difference in elevation say a river
The difference between an outline and a contour line is location. An outline is used to draw the outermost form on an object, while a contour line is used to depict details inside the form of an object.
When a V-shaped contour line points downhill, it means that the contour line is under very low elevation. And incase your wondering about when the contour line is uphill, it means that the elevation level is very high.
•Contour Line: locus of points with constant elevation. •Dense information along the contour line. •Hardly any information across the contour line.