large-scale map

large-scale map

A map having a scale of 1:75,000 or larger. See also map.
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"Satellite measurements are pretty consistent with the Parker Spiral model, but only at one point at a time, so you'd never be able to make a simultaneous, large-scale map of it like we can in the lab," he said in a (https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-07/uow-rrt072619.php) statement .
Full instructions on how to compete, use a timer and specially drawn large-scale map, will be given to newcomers.
Also on show will be a large-scale map from the time which shows the school at the heart of a growing city and the Roll of Honour on loan from Albany Baptist Church showing the names of local men who served.
Thus, after a wave of research on large-scale map generalization, the automation of generalization procedures at medium and small scales is necessary, highly innovative, and challenging.
The money will be spent on a large-scale map, firefighting equipment and industrial floor cleaner.
Knowledge of the p-t sheets, plots of fossils, and field notes means that a published generalized location can be upgraded to a relatively specific point on a published large-scale map (e.g., Fruitland 1978 Quad., USGS 7.5-minute, 1:24,000).
Algerian-born Abdessemed, a current market darling, presented his recent Mappemonde--Olive, a large-scale map of the world confected out of tin cans found on the streets of Fez.
The first large-scale map of County Durham of 1768, which is also the earliest-known published survey work of Andrew Armstrong.
There is a single large-scale map of the Roman empire with incredibly sketchy detail and only Rome and Alexandria marked.
For the first time ever, large-scale map displays will show the soldier his or her location, the location of fellow soldiers, vehicle locations, known enemy positions, and up-to-the minute mission plans and orders.
A 1:24,000 scale would be considered a large-scale map and the 1:250,000 scale would be considered a small-scale map.

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