Test #1 -3
Last Modified: 2012-02-10
2. Altitude- elevation Lapse rate- a drop in temp of 3.3 for every 1000 foot rise in elevation
3. Ocean currents
4. Prevailing Winds
5. Mountain Barriers
7. Semi permanent high/low pressure centers
8. Land and water distribution
1919 created the climate map
Basis of his classifications
- Average rainfall monthly and yearly
- Temp. Avg monthly and annually
- Natural Vegetation
- Statement of Equivalency (1 inch = 100 miles)
- Bar Scale
- Fraction (1/23,567 miles)
- Ratio (1:23,567 miles)
When we speak of large scale maps we are saying the RF is large, i.e. the RF's denominator is small. 1:10,000 and 1:62,500 maps are large scale. Small scale maps have a small RF. 1:500,000 and 1:1,000,000 maps are small scale.
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