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Contour lines represent connecting points of equal elevation on a topographic map.
If you are speaking of elevation that is a topographic map.
?? sea level ??
I would use a topographic map to show the shape of the earths surface.
A topographic map is a way to represent a two dimensional surface. A topographic map uses contour lines to show elevation and change.
The closer the lines are on a topographic map, the steeper the slope, and vice versa.
a topographic map
That is called a "physical map" or a topographic map
A topographic map shows the shape of an area of land such as hills, valleys, mountains etc.A topographic map features contour lines that mark off different elevations of the maped landscape in reference to sea level.
The lines with the tick marks on them represent depressions.
What I need is a topographic map!
A map which shows the shape and height of the ground. Go to maps.google.com and click "Terrain" for an example.
A topographic map is one kind of map. There are others.
A topographic map uses (amongst other details) contour lines and coloured shading to represent the height and nature of the terrain.
A topographic map of the Atlantic Coastal Plain differs from a topographic map of the Rocky Mountains because the topographic map of the Atlantic Coastal Plain has much higher altitudes.
Contour lines represent vertical height.
a topographic map
topographic maps show the shape of the earth's surface and topograpic profile shows earth's surface from a cross section or profile view
An Atlas. A topographic map.
AnswerThe Purpose Of A Topographic Map Is To Show Elevation.
Why a gentle incline of course.... the closer the lines, the steeper the slope.
by making the contour line a V shape over the river