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How To Read A Map & Contour Lines
 
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This video show the basics of How To Read A map and Contour lines. It goes over how to read the basic terrain features shown on contour lines on a typical topographical map. It shows ridges and valleys as well as peaks and depressions, and cliffs. It shows several illustrations from the old USAF Survival Manual and gives a good basic overview for those that have never learned how to read a map. Support this channel by purchasing your gear through my Amazon link! It won't cost you anything and helps me out a lot! Amazon Affiliate Link: http://amzn.to/2tm7Pa8 For more videos on wilderness survival, survival skills, disaster preparedness & prepping tips & bushcraft tips and tricks, as well as shooting videos, self defense tactics and gun, knife & outdoor gear reviews please visit my channel at: http://www.youtube.com/user/RealitySurvival Also be sure to visit my blog at: http://www.RealitySurvival.Com/ And if you like what you see please Subscribe by clicking here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RealitySurvival CLICK HERE FOR 30 DAYS FREE PLUS A FREE AUDIO BOOK: http://www.audibletrial.com/RealitySurvival Here are a few great playlists you may also enjoy! Survival Kit Videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLi9Gy0TQkj_o40UvW9z5e3QtziMk9mBY1 Gun Review Videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLi9Gy0TQkj_p1hD06Y3M2Rhw1IeGzWQnm Cool Survival Tricks & Tips: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLi9Gy0TQkj_re7im2kUb1p2-o1lBBto2x Who am I? I (JJ Johnson) am a former active duty USAF Wilderness Survival Instructor and the author of www.RealitySurvival.Com. I am also an avid outdoorsman, hunter, shooter, and gear reviewer, a prepper, a Christian and a conservative constitutionalist. You can connect with me on the following social media pages if you would like! TWITTER: https://twitter.com/RealitySurvival or @RealitySurvival FACEBOOK Personal profile: https://www.facebook.com/JJatRealitySurvival FACEBOOK Page: https://www.facebook.com/RealitySurvival TUMBLR: http://realitysurvival.tumblr.com STUMBLEUPON: http://www.stumbleupon.com/stumbler/RealitySurvival LINKEDIN: http://www.linkedin.com/in/realitysurvival INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/realitysurvival/ FACEBOOK GROUP: Prepper Skills: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PrepperSkills/ Royalty Free Music by http://audiomicro.com/royalty-free-music or YouTube. #Map #Howtoreadamap #Orienteering #compass #mapand compass #navigation
How to Create A Topographic Map with Sketchup
 
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Creating a topographic map can be a huge pain in the neck. If you've ever tried to get GIS data or find a city topographic map you know exactly what I mean. In this video I teach how to create a topographic map in sketchup quickly and easily. First you'll need to import your google map into your project. See the link at the bottom of this description if you don't know how to do that. Make sure that you're terrain is toggled on. Next create a grouped rectangle that covers the entire site. Copy that rectangle up at your designer increment. Pro Tip: Use and asterisk '*' and a number to multiply copies at the increment you decided. Unlock and explode your terrain. Intersect your grouped slicing planes with your exploded terrain. Hide or delete your slicing planes Now you have a topographic map! If you want to get rid of the faces, right click on one and 'select all with same material'. Hit delete and you're golden! If you'd like to have a flat map, create an additional surface underneath your lines & use sketchup's sandbox tool to drape the lines over that surface. How to Import a Google Map Into Sketchup: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZE6lOXsrbbA
Views: 206276 Designer Hacks
Download Topographic Maps from Google Earth
 
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This video shows how to download Topographic Maps from Google Earth. First, you need to download a free safe Kmz file by searching “US Army maps .kmz” on Google. Then, open this Kmz file in Google Earth : you will get a grid of topographic maps locations. Finally, search the desired map cell and use the link to download the Topographic map. See also how to download topographic maps from caltopo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8uHFu-9rJk To see more videos visit website : http://monde-geospatial.com/
Views: 132297 Géo Tech
Contour Lines
 
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035 - Contour Lines In this video Paul Andersen explains how contour lines show areas of equal elevation or equal gravitational potential. Contour lines are used as an analogy for lines of equipotential in electric fields. Do you speak another language? Help me translate my videos: http://www.bozemanscience.com/translations/ Music Attribution Title: String Theory Artist: Herman Jolly http://sunsetvalley.bandcamp.com/track/string-theory All of the images are licensed under creative commons and public domain licensing: "File:Contour2D.svg." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Accessed June 1, 2014. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Contour2D.svg. "File:Contour3D.jpg." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Accessed June 1, 2014. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Contour3D.jpg. "File:Equipotential by Zureks.png." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Accessed June 1, 2014. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Equipotential_by_Zureks.png. "File:Topographic Map Example.png." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Accessed June 1, 2014. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Topographic_map_example.png.
Views: 48738 Bozeman Science
Trispace – Topography software
 
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Trispace solves the requirement to create three dimensional terrain studies through the generation of: digital elevation plans, contoured elevation plans, dynamic sections, three dimensional views, distances or areas and volume calculations. Thus this program becomes a useful tool both in geological fields due to the extreme facility in creation of longitudinal sections, as in the more strictly topographical one as it imposes no limits regarding either triangulation points nor on the number of sections. Further more, thanks to its integration into geotechnical and geological GeoStru programs it allows the resolution of computational problems connected with Slope Stability and Rock Fall.
Views: 1678 GEOSTRU
How to Create a Topo Map by using Excel and AutoCAD (English)
 
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For your practice DOWNLOAD this EXCEL file Download Link: https://goo.gl/bhzaeB Best offer Today: http://fkrt.it/jcNGpTuuuN SUBSCRIBE us if it helps you! In this video I have explained how to create a Topo map or Topography map by using Excel and AutoCAD. I have used simple commands in AutoCAD and used some easy formulas in excel for creating the Topography Map. SUBSCRIBE(its free) Our channel if this relates to you. We need your support. Watch previous videos Part I (Importing Points from excel to AutoCAD) at https://youtu.be/9kSg8mpF6n0 Part II (Importing Texts from excel to AutoCAD) at https://youtu.be/5caTa2JBj6E And please if you think this tutorial is helpful please SUBSCRIBE our channel its free. also Like & Share this video who needs it. With best wishes L&E Team!
Views: 12810 Learn & Explore
How to Draw Topographic Profiles [See description for link to practice profiles for download]
 
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For practice drawing profiles on your own, click this link to download the maps (and answer key!): https://www.gazdonianproductions.com/profile-practice.html Gazdonian Productions 2016
Views: 30914 GazdonianProductions
Geography mapwork gradient calculation
 
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How to calculate gradient. You would use a topographic map for this. Feel free to watch my other videos on Geography mapwork.
Views: 45794 Fish
Topographic Maps Video.wmv
 
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Video notes over topographic maps for my 6th grade science class.
Views: 176591 ccohengses
Printable USGS Maps
 
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Treasure maps, unexplored places, adventure... All of these things come to mind when I think of maps. National Geographic offers free printable downloads of the USGS maps from all over the United States. Create a custom map for your next backpacking adventure. You can find the maps here: http://www.natgeomaps.com/trail-maps/pdf-quads
Views: 1595 Kit Badger
10th ICSE, Geography ,Topography - Module 02
 
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Views: 162096 Robomate
SW-DTM: How To Draw Contour Lines in AutoCAD Part_1
 
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This video describes the method of drawing contours in AutoCAD using SW DTM software. To download SW DTM, go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAHCTWbCVjU To download the excel file, go to: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bw6tYH3T2yQDcFF0SUZUSVhGclU Don't Forget To SUBSCRIBE. Like Us On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/engi.acad/
Views: 107252 Engineering Academy
AutoCAD for Site Planning - Drawing Existing Buildings and Topography
 
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This course follows a typical workflow for creating an illustrative site plan, beginning with drawing existing conditions. The course then illustrates options for proposed development, and how to create detailed plans that illustrate specific areas within a larger project. Building on the basic tools and techniques explored in AutoCAD 101, this course demonstrates how to create and manage more complex projects and draw plans using aerial imagery, photography, and hand-drawn sketches as the base layer. Learn how to use splines to draw contour lines, water bodies, and other natural features. Sign up for an affordable subscription and watch the full course: https://courses.planetizen.com/course/autocad-site-planning
Views: 46826 Planetizen Courses
Topographic Maps Notes
 
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This covers topography and drawing contour lines.
Views: 362 C Gonzalez
Autocad tutorial -1 mapping
 
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My first AutoCAD tutorial, Ever had a problem with scaling maps? Here is a very easy way to re scale and re print them in autocad. All comments and suggestions are welcome! Thank you, B.
Views: 141336 luprachanblase
Topo Maps - Direction of Stream Flow
 
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This video explains how to determine the direction in which a stream is flowing on a topographic map.
Views: 13224 Seth Horowitz
How to Read Contour Intervals : Advanced Math
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation Reading contour intervals always requires you to keep a few very specific things in mind. Read contour intervals with help from an MIT Masters Candidate in Aero/Astro Engineering in this free video clip. Expert: Ryan Malloy Filmmaker: Patrick Russell Series Description: Advanced mathematics will require you to deal with concepts like the Pareto Effect and the Boolean Satisfiability problem. Get tips on various aspects of advanced mathematics with help from an MIT Masters Candidate in Aero/Astro Engineering in this free video series.
Views: 31260 eHowEducation
Interpretation of Topographical Survey Maps Part 1 of 3 for ICSE class 10 by Veena Bharagava
 
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To Access the online practice on toposheet, visit www.geography.testlabz.com For any clarification mail us at veenabhargava14@gmail.com
How to draw a cross section. (No activities, just how to draw one)
 
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This is a lesson I did for my class today. I used explain everything and recorded my lesson. (Thus the questions directed to my students) I have edited it so it does not go for too long. However, you may wish to pause the video at different times to catch up. If you get it, pick some other points on the map and practice another one or two cross sections. I hope it helps.
Views: 49121 MrsBeckett
Draw maps in AutoCAD, How to sketch maps in AutoCAD 2D
 
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How to Turn 2D Topography or a Survey into 3d Terrain in Sketchup
 
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In this video we walk you through how to turn 2D topography or a survey into 3D terrain in sketchup. STEPS: If you don't have sketchup PRO or a CAD file you can import follow the steps with * below. If you want to import a 2D CAD drawing skip to the steps without *0 * 0:22 Import your 2D image (your topography or survey) into your sketchup file * 1:03 Scale your 2D image as accurately as you can using the tape measure tool. Make sure there's nothing else in your model or that you're using the tape measure inside another group. * 2:09 Trace the 2D linework in your image. Start with your perimeter property line, and then traces the topographic contour lines within the property boundary. 3:09 Understand what the topography is doing and how it's sloping. * 4:03 Delete any faces created while drawing your 2D topography 4:43 Separate your property line our boundary as a separate group 5:15 Move your 2D topographic contours along the blue or z-axis to their appropriate locations. This is where understanding the slope comes in handy. 5:56 Highlight all of your contours and select "Draw", "Sandbox", "From Contours" 6:16 Draw additional contours to extend the 3D terrain beyond the property line 8:33 Create a reverse void group of the property and "intersect with selection" on the 3D terrain What kind of projects are you working on that require you to convert 2d topography or a survey into 3d terrain in Sketchup? Let us know in the comments below. Checkout more of our free sketchup tutorials with video and written explanations here: http://designerhacks.com/sketchup-tutorials/ Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/designerhacks Follow us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/designerhacks
Views: 22488 Designer Hacks
Topographic Maps
 
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Topographic Maps - Plate Tectonics A topographic map with contour lines Part of the same map in a perspective shaded relief view illustrating how the contour lines follow the terrain Section of topographical map of Nablus area (West Bank) with contour lines at 100-meter intervals. Heights are colour-coded In modern mapping, a topographic map is a type of map characterized by large-scale detail and quantitative representation of relief, usually using contour lines, but historically using a variety of methods. Traditional definitions require a topographic map to show both natural and man-made features. A topographic map is typically published as a map series, made up of two or more map sheets that combine to form the whole map. A contour line is a line connecting places of equal elevation. Natural Resources Canada provides this description of topographic maps:[1] These maps depict in detail ground relief (landforms and terrain), drainage (lakes and rivers), forest cover, administrative areas, populated areas, transportation routes and facilities (including roads and railways), and other man-made features. Other authors define topographic maps by contrasting them with another type of map; they are distinguished from smaller-scale "chorographic maps" that cover large regions,[2][3] "planimetric maps" that do not show elevations,[4] and "thematic maps" that focus on specific topics.[5] However, in the vernacular and day to day world, the representation of relief (contours) is popularly held to define the genre, such that even small-scale maps showing relief are commonly (and erroneously, in the technical sense) called "topographic".[3] The study or discipline of topography is a much broader field of study, which takes into account all natural and man-made features of terrain. History[edit] See also: Topography § Etymology, Cadastre § History, and Cartography § History Topographic maps are based on topographical surveys. Performed at large scales, these surveys are called topographical in the old sense of topography, showing a variety of elevations and landforms.[6] This is in contrast to older cadastral surveys, which primarily show property and governmental boundaries. The first multi-sheet topographic map series of an entire country, the Carte géométrique de la France, was completed in 1789.[7] The Great Trigonometric Survey of India, started by the East India Company in 1802, then taken over by the British Raj after 1857 was notable as a successful effort on a larger scale and for accurately determining heights of Himalayan peaks from viewpoints over one hundred miles distant.[8] Global indexing system first developed for International Map of the World Topographic surveys were prepared by the military to assist in planning for battle and for defensive emplacements (thus the name and history of the United Kingdom's Ordnance Survey). As such, elevation information was of vital importance.[9] As they evolved, topographic map series became a national resource in modern nations in planning infrastructure and resource exploitation. In the United States, the national map-making function which had been shared by both the Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of the Interior migrated to the newly created United States Geological Survey in 1879, where it has remained since.[10][11] 1913 saw the beginning of the International Map of the World initiative, which set out to map all of Earth's significant land areas at a scale of 1:1 million, on about one thousand sheets, each covering four degrees latitude by six or more degrees longitude. Excluding borders, each sheet was 44 cm high and (depending on latitude) up to 66 cm wide. Although the project eventually foundered, it left an indexing system that remains in use. By the 1980s, centralized printing of standardized topographic maps began to be superseded by databases of coordinates that could be used on computers by moderately skilled end users to view or print maps with arbitrary contents, coverage and scale. For example, the Federal government of the United States' TIGER initiative compiled interlinked databases of federal, state and local political borders and census enumeration areas, and of roadways, railroads, and water features with support for locating street addresses within street segments. TIGER was developed in the 1980s and used in the 1990 and subsequent decennial censuses. Digital elevation models (DEM) were also compiled, initially from topographic maps and stereographic interpretation of aerial photographs and then from satellite photography and radar data. Since all these were government projects funded with taxes and not classified for national security reasons, the datasets were in the public domain and freely usable without fees or licensing.
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Watercolor Map Tutorial In Photoshop
 
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Views: 218375 Show It Better
Topographic Map Using AutoCAD Civil 3D
 
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How to make a topographic map using AutoCAD Civil 3D, Presented by Leandro Perez and Greg Phattanichitcon. University at Buffalo, Civil Engineering Department. CIE 303 GIS, GPS and Geodesy, Fall 2013.
Views: 71436 Leandro Perez
Topographic Maps
 
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Topographic map - Plate Tectonics A topographic map with contour lines Part of the same map in a perspective shaded relief view illustrating how the contour lines follow the terrain Section of topographical map of Nablus area (West Bank) with contour lines at 100-meter intervals. Heights are colour-coded In modern mapping, a topographic map is a type of map characterized by large-scale detail and quantitative representation of relief, usually using contour lines, but historically using a variety of methods. Traditional definitions require a topographic map to show both natural and man-made features. A topographic map is typically published as a map series, made up of two or more map sheets that combine to form the whole map. A contour line is a line connecting places of equal elevation. Natural Resources Canada provides this description of topographic maps:[1] These maps depict in detail ground relief (landforms and terrain), drainage (lakes and rivers), forest cover, administrative areas, populated areas, transportation routes and facilities (including roads and railways), and other man-made features. Other authors define topographic maps by contrasting them with another type of map; they are distinguished from smaller-scale "chorographic maps" that cover large regions,[2][3] "planimetric maps" that do not show elevations,[4] and "thematic maps" that focus on specific topics.[5] However, in the vernacular and day to day world, the representation of relief (contours) is popularly held to define the genre, such that even small-scale maps showing relief are commonly (and erroneously, in the technical sense) called "topographic".[3] The study or discipline of topography is a much broader field of study, which takes into account all natural and man-made features of terrain. History[edit] See also: Topography § Etymology, Cadastre § History, and Cartography § History Topographic maps are based on topographical surveys. Performed at large scales, these surveys are called topographical in the old sense of topography, showing a variety of elevations and landforms.[6] This is in contrast to older cadastral surveys, which primarily show property and governmental boundaries. The first multi-sheet topographic map series of an entire country, the Carte géométrique de la France, was completed in 1789.[7] The Great Trigonometric Survey of India, started by the East India Company in 1802, then taken over by the British Raj after 1857 was notable as a successful effort on a larger scale and for accurately determining heights of Himalayan peaks from viewpoints over one hundred miles distant.[8] Global indexing system first developed for International Map of the World Topographic surveys were prepared by the military to assist in planning for battle and for defensive emplacements (thus the name and history of the United Kingdom's Ordnance Survey). As such, elevation information was of vital importance.[9] As they evolved, topographic map series became a national resource in modern nations in planning infrastructure and resource exploitation. In the United States, the national map-making function which had been shared by both the Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of the Interior migrated to the newly created United States Geological Survey in 1879, where it has remained since.[10][11] 1913 saw the beginning of the International Map of the World initiative, which set out to map all of Earth's significant land areas at a scale of 1:1 million, on about one thousand sheets, each covering four degrees latitude by six or more degrees longitude. Excluding borders, each sheet was 44 cm high and (depending on latitude) up to 66 cm wide. Although the project eventually foundered, it left an indexing system that remains in use. By the 1980s, centralized printing of standardized topographic maps began to be superseded by databases of coordinates that could be used on computers by moderately skilled end users to view or print maps with arbitrary contents, coverage and scale. For example, the Federal government of the United States' TIGER initiative compiled interlinked databases of federal, state and local political borders and census enumeration areas, and of roadways, railroads, and water features with support for locating street addresses within street segments. TIGER was developed in the 1980s and used in the 1990 and subsequent decennial censuses. Digital elevation models (DEM) were also compiled, initially from topographic maps and stereographic interpretation of aerial photographs and then from satellite photography and radar data. Since all these were government projects funded with taxes and not classified for national security reasons, the datasets were in the public domain and freely usable without fees or licensing.
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PCO Licence | Topographical Skills Assessment Test Part 1
 
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(020 3780 1055) An introduction to the topographical skills assessment test. If your applying for a PCO Licence in London you will need a topographical skills certificate. www.pco-licence.com
Views: 86031 PCO Licence London
Got Maps?
 
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Maps are an important emergency preparedness prep. This video features what type of maps to carry, where to get them free, how to protect them and highlights resource mapping. • Free State Maps & Travel Guides: https://www.heyitsfree.net/free-state-maps/ • Prepper Vet UK: THREATS ROUTES RESOURCES - MAPPING PREPARATION https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyn5TwnIKx8&t=117s Using clear map overlays to mark key terrain, rescuer/supply points, escape routes, danger areas & potential obstacles, key facilities, meeting points, caches. Must be easy to understand for whole family • Graywolf Survival: How to plan a bug out route for emergency evacuation https://graywolfsurvival.com/1014/how-to-plan-bugout-route/ Have route from all the possible places you may be (home, work etc) • Reality Survival: How To Waterproof Your Maps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nE9Opeha4DE • Free Topographical maps http://www.natgeomaps.com/trail-maps/pdf-quads • State rail map http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mdot/Michigan_Rail_430289_7.pdf • State Bicycle Trails http://www.michigan.gov/mdot/0,4616,7-151-9615_11223-146053--,00.html
Views: 460 Prepper Potpourri
Hiking, Bushwhacking & Geocaching : How to Read a Topographical Map on a Hiking Trip
 
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Learning to read a topographical map is essential to remaining on the right path and preventing yourself from veering off course while hiking. Learn more in this free video series. Expert: Kate Carcio Contact: www.zoaroutdoor.com Bio: Kate Carcio, a white water rafting guide, and climbing instructor at Zoar Outdoor, has enjoyed hiking and backpacking all of her life. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
Views: 13635 expertvillage
How to Import a Google Map into Sketchup
 
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How to import a satellite image with terrain from google maps or google earth. Importing this information will allow you to have the topography or contours of your site. For the full write-up go to: http://designerhacks.com/sketchupgooglemaps/ Checkout more of our free sketchup tutorials with video and written explanations here: http://designerhacks.com/sketchup/ ----------------------------------------------- FOLLOW ME: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/designerhacks?sub_confirmation=1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/designerhacks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/designerhacks Website: http://www.designerhacks.com Intro and outro music courtesy of Signal Hill.
Views: 295310 Designer Hacks
Learn Geography - How to use Map Scale in Maps?
 
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Find more than 1500 education videos available at http://www.youtube.com/user/IkenEdu Geography learning is needed to know about the place where we live, about the earth we live and about the many place and directions to go there. This video teaches how map scale is used for measuring distance between two different places on a map. It also tells about the cartography. Enjoy the video featuring JC and Mathaus Mortier. Mathaus explains the cartography to JC.
Views: 107851 Iken Edu
How to Use a Compass & Map • Compass Navigation Tutorial
 
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Krik of Black Owl Outdoors thoroughly yet simply explains how to navigate with just a compass and a map. Regardless of why and how you spend your times in the great out of doors, you should at least know the basic of map & compass navigation and basic orienteering. BECOME A PATRON --------------------------------- http://www.Patreon.com/BlackOwlOutdoors UPLOAD SCHEDULE: ----------------------------------- Sundays - Tuesdays & sometimes Thursdays. STORES ------------- Amazon | https://www.BlackOwlOutdoors.com/amazonstore/ Black Owl Supply | http://www.BlackOwl.supply CONNECT ---------------- website | http://www.BlackOwlOutdoors.com newsletter | http://eepurl.com/bsv3Rv instagram | http://www.Instagram.com/BlackOwlOutdoors facebook | http://www.Facebook.com/BlackOwlOutdoors twitter | http://www.Twitter.com/BlkOwlOutdoors Krik's Goods -------------------- Owl Creek Handmade - http://owlcreekhandmade.etsy.com stony's Photography --------------------------------- Things Done Framed - http://www.ThingsDoneFramed.com
Views: 425524 Black Owl Outdoors
Map and Compass Navigation Part 1
 
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This is a lesson on map and compass navigation declination and finding map bearing.
Views: 462730 ExpeditionMarc
Choosing and Printing Maps in Topo Maps+
 
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Before you head out on your next outdoor adventure make sure you have printed maps. Taking the time to print a map could save your life. This training video is about the different types of topographic maps and printing them. You should always have a printed map with you when you go out and you should never rely solely on your phone to safely navigate the backcountry. Everything covered in this training video can be done using the free version of Topo Maps+.
Views: 414 Stephen Johnson
SketchUp: Drawing Terrain and Landscapes
 
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David is back with another tutorial for SketchUp 8, this time using an extension to help draw terrain. You will no longer be limited to drawing on flat land. -- Geek This Links -- • Website: http://www.geekthis.net • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/geekthisnet • Request: http://www.geekthis.net/request
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How to Draw Contours Lines
 
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Tutorial on how to draw contour lines.
Types of Maps
 
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A brief lesson on the differences between physical, political, road, and historical maps for my 5th grade Social Studies students.
Views: 91367 Tyler Bolstad
Introduction to the The National Map
 
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Visit http://gallery.usgs.gov/videos/187 for additional formats. Maps are a foundation of geographic knowledge. As part of the Department of the Interior, the United States Geological Survey has led the way in mapping the nation. This video introduces history mapping at the USGS and The National Map born from the digital revolution. Testimonials from National Geographic Society, Environmental Protection Agency, ESRI, and the USGS Director share how The National Map is used to help us navigate the world, explore, protect and sustain our resources, save lives, and preserve these lands for our children. To learn more about The National Map and how to become a valuable partner go to nationalmap.gov
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[TUTORIAL] How to Generate Contour Lines in Rhino
 
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This video is in response to a user that wanted to make contour lines based on a topographic surface. In this video I cover the following: -Quick and dirty way to make a smooth topographic surface -Generate contour lines used to stack your topography materials on top of one another (for 'flat' site plans) -Generate contour lines used to stack your topography materials side by side (for 'steep' site plans)
Views: 11415 Greg Antons
Topographic Mapmaking by Photo Scanning 1964 US Army; from R&D Progress Report No. 3
 
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Maps, Cartography, Aerial Photography playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEE330A940AE97C9E Technology Miscellany playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1A5AECE797B4D332 more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/ "By the Numbers" Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Originally a public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cartography Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ ...In cartography, technology has continually changed in order to meet the demands of new generations of mapmakers and map users. The first maps were manually constructed with brushes and parchment... Advances in mechanical devices such as the printing press, quadrant and vernier, allowed for the mass production of maps and the ability to make accurate reproductions from more accurate data. Optical technology, such as the telescope, sextant and other devices that use telescopes, allowed for accurate surveying of land and the ability of mapmakers and navigators to find their latitude by measuring angles to the North Star at night or the sun at noon... Advances in electronic technology in the 20th century ushered in another revolution in cartography. Ready availability of computers and peripherals such as monitors, plotters, printers, scanners (remote and document) and analytic stereo plotters, along with computer programs for visualization, image processing, spatial analysis, and database management, have democratized and greatly expanded the making of maps. The ability to superimpose spatially located variables onto existing maps created new uses for maps... These days most commercial-quality maps are made using software that falls into one of three main types: CAD, GIS and specialized illustration software. Spatial information can be stored in a database, from which it can be extracted on demand. These tools lead to increasingly dynamic, interactive maps that can be manipulated digitally. With the field rugged computers, GPS and laser rangefinders, it is possible to perform mapping directly in the terrain. Construction of a map in real time, for example by using Field-Map technology, improves productivity and quality of the result... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Topographic_map A topographic map is a type of map characterized by large-scale detail and quantitative representation of relief, usually using contour lines in modern mapping, but historically using a variety of methods. Traditional definitions require a topographic map to show both natural and man-made features... A contour line is a combination of two line segments that connect but do not intersect; these represent elevation on a topographic map. The Canadian Centre for Topographic Information provides this definition: A topographic map is a detailed and accurate graphic representation of cultural and natural features on the ground. Other authors define topographic maps by contrasting them with another type of map; they are distinguished from smaller-scale "chorographic maps" that cover large regions, "planimetric maps" that do not show elevations, and "thematic maps" that focus on specific topics. However, in the vernacular and day to day world, the representation of relief (contours) is popularly held to define the genre... The study or discipline of topography, while interested in relief, is actually a much broader field of study which takes into account all natural and man made features of terrain... By the 1980s, centralized printing of standardized topographic maps began to be eroded by databases of coordinates that could be used on computers by moderately skilled end users to view or print maps with arbitrary contents, coverage and scale. For example the Federal government of the United States' TIGER initiative compiled interlinked databases of federal, state and local political borders and census enumeration areas, and of roadways, railroads, and water features with support for locating street addresses within street segments. TIGER was developed in the 1980s and used in the 1990 and subsequent decennial censuses. Digital elevation models (DEM) were also compiled, initially from topographic maps and stereographic interpretation of aerial photographs and then from satellite photography and radar data... TIGER and DEM datasets greatly facilitated Geographic information systems and made the Global Positioning System much useful... By the mid-1990s... integration of GPS with mobile phones and automotive navigation systems appeared...
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Math Help & Teaching : How to Find a Coordinate on a World Map
 
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The easiest way to find a coordinate on a world map is by using one of the many maps that can be found on the Internet. Learn about the difference between latitude and longitude with help from an experienced teacher in this free video on basic math. Expert: Susan Goms Bio: Susan Goms has been a middle school teacher for more than 30 years, teaching special education in West Jordan, Utah. Filmmaker: Michael Burton
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How to make Contour topo sheet on AutoCAD CiViL 3D {नेपाली भाषामा}
 
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Make Topography level In Grid Position in Auto cad Civil 3d Urdu/Hindi  Lesson 96
 
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World Painter TUTORIAL - How To Create Custom Minecraft Maps!
 
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Exlusive Minecraft Maps USB: www.Jeracraft.net World Painter Download: http://www.worldpainter.net Custom Brushes: https://www.planetminecraft.com/project/six-epic-world-painter-custom-brushes/ Fantasy Trees: https://www.planetminecraft.com/project/fantasy-tree-repository/ World Trees: https://www.planetminecraft.com/project/native-trees-of-europe-template-repository-1779952/ World Painter Tutorial - How to Create Custom Minecraft Maps! Hey peeps! A tone of you have been requesting this video for a while now, an in depth tutorial on how to create custom Minecraft landscape using world painter. Learn all the basics & get creative! Hope this helps! =] Enjoy! ------------------------------ Planet Minecraft: http://www.planetminecraft.com/member... Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3670009 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeremynsanc... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Jeracraft-Mi... Snapchat: JeremyNS92 Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeremyJeracraft ------------------------------ Check out the rest of the channel for Minecraft, Gaming, Vlogs & More! Thank you! Jeracraft - Youtube
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How to create sections from plan maps
 
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See how to create a section map from a plan map in Oasis montaj and Target. This option is useful when you want to create a section with a defined thickness and are not starting with any data from a database or existing section grids.
Views: 2843 Geosoft
Physical Features of India
 
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The video explains about the physical features of India which include the Northern mountain walls, the Great northern plains, the Peninsular plateau, the Coastal plains, the Islands and the Great Indian desert. You do not have to be a geography expert to clear UPSC Civil Services Examination. What you need is an informed opinion about these geographic issues to crack the Civil Services Prelims as well as Mains examination. As an IAS officer, you are going to be a generalist and not a specialist.
Views: 656256 JeetoBharat
VFR Charts (Part III): Topographic Information
 
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In this tutorial, I will cover Topographic Information contained in VFR sectional and terminal area charts. Please feel free to leave feedback and comments. As always, if I make a mistake in the video please bring it to my attention so that I can make a correction. I hope these help you in your journey to becoming a pilot!
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Import Z-Contours from a Shapefile into AutoCAD - Spatial Manager Blog
 
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When reading Shapefiles (SHP) which include terrain Contour lines, it is very common to find that the Z coordinate of each Contour is set as being a numerical data in a Field of the associated data table Object Elevations in AutoCAD The change of the Elevation of 2D Objects in AutoCAD allows you to place them in a given Z position. When this value is other than zero, the Objects are moved from the XY base plane to a parallel plane located on another Z position The result is the same as a vertical displacement for the Objects Import Z-Contours from a Shapefile Contour lines are one of several common methods used to denote elevation or altitude and depth on maps. From these contours, a sense of the general terrain can be determined. They are used in a variety of scales, from large-scale engineering drawings and architectural plans, through topographic maps and bathymetric charts, up to continental-scale maps By applying different Elevations to the flat Polylines which define the altimetry Contour lines of a terrain, you can get a pseudo-3D drawing of the terrain that allows you to display it from different points of view in AutoCAD In addition, there are multiple applications for AutoCAD that allow you to get a digital terrain model (DTM), as well as many other interesting information results for landscaping, civil engineering or urban design, starting from the Contour lines placed on their Z-coordinate Spatial Manager™ for AutoCAD allows you to set many parameters when importing objects from Shapefiles, or from many other types of spatial files and data sources. One of these parameters defines the Elevations of the imported Objects by reading them from the numeric value in a Field of the associated data table Please, watch this video to learn how to import Z-Contours from a Shapefile into AutoCAD
Views: 2763 Spatial Manager