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IOC4 maps

demonstrate the contour of the subject area either with contour lines or shaded areas to indicate elevation. Some relief maps combine contour lines with shading to indicate elevation and shape. Raised relief maps are three-dimensional, usually with 2-3 in relief map
use contour lines or shading to demonstrate long-term weather conditions. Specifically, they indicate precipitation and temperature levels for a particular region, or show regions with similar climates. Climate maps are useful for correlating geographic l climate maps
use lines and/or colors to demonstrate the boundaries of political entities, such as countries, states, and cities. Some political maps use color and size of type to demonstrate political boundaries, populations, and affiliations. Political maps are the m political map
use contour lines and colors to demonstrate elevation. These maps use shapes of landforms to illustrate three-dimensional shapes in two dimensions. Lines that are close together illustrate steep inclines, while lines that are far apart illustrate relative topographic map
use colors, lines, symbols, tints, and shading to demonstrate physical characteristics of the subject area. These characteristics include landforms such as mountains, lakes, and rivers. Physical maps often include roads and other artificial objects, but t physical maps
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