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top′ograph′ic map′


n.
a map showing topographic features, usu. by means of contour lines. Compare contour map.

topographic map

A map that presents the vertical position of features in measurable form as well as their horizontal positions. See also map.
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TopoView was created by the National Geologic Map Database project, in support of topographic mapping program managed by the National Geospatial Program.
There are some huge deficiencies in the states topographic mapping, said Marc Luiken, Deputy Commissioner of Aviation for the State of Alaska Department of Transportation.
Topographic Mapping Company now offers LandScape[TM], the company's online GIS solution.
It is an online topographic mapping system that delivers an A4 size standard topographic map of anywhere in Victoria.
It is an automated topographic mapping system, which dynamically produces topographic content using digital data.
Bartlesville, Oklahoma, has awarded a GIS assessment contract to Oklahoma City-based Topographic Mapping Company to develop a strategic GIS implementation plan.
recently unveiled their State Explorer BLM Edition, which is a comprehensive topographic mapping system that provides high quality 1:100,000 scale Bureau of Land Management maps with full-feature interactive and map customization software.
An airborne lab equipped with a sophisticated radar system has started a three-week series of 11 flights aimed at topographic mapping, earthquake and volcano research, and hydrology.
Customers use GeoSAR map products in a variety of applications including: topographic mapping, 3D visualization, oil & gas exploration, corridor mapping, flood modeling, wetlands mapping, forestry, and archeology.
Topographic mapping to include: roadway improvements (curb and gutter, cross gutters, driveways, street lights), utility improvements (manholes, vaults, meter boxes, power poles and guy wires), the edge of existing grave sites directly adjacent to the project area and other existing site improvements.
It can be used in a variety of disciplines that require precise geographic information such as topographic mapping, transportation, urban planning, natural resources management, telecommunications, disaster relief, homeland security, defense, and the planetary sciences.
Prior Information Notice: Topographic mapping of the faroe islands.