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what is a topographic map
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Weegy: Contact Lines The place where two different geologic units are found next to each other is called a contact, and that is represented by different kinds of lines on the geologic map. [ [ [ The two main types of contacts shown on most geologic maps are depositional contacts and faults. ] ] ]
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User: what word best describes the term gradient? A. Slope B. Oblate C. Contour D. Weight

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In modern mapping, a topographic map is a type of map characterized by large-scale detail and quantitative representation of relief, using contour lines but, historically, using a variety of methods.
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SLOPE best describes the term gradient.
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