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What Is the Contour Interval of This Map?

 

what is the contour interval of this map?

Individual contour lines on a topographical map are a fixed interval of elevation apart known as a contour interval. Common contour intervals are 5, 10, 20, 40, 80, or 100 feet. The actual contour interval of a map depends upon the topography being represented as well as the scale of the map.

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