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map sheet

An individual map or chart either complete in itself or part of a series. See also map.
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shows a scanned map sheet of the general map of China produced by d'Anville.
For production of topographic maps it is important that geomagnetic measurements are performed in at least in five points, located approximately on the map sheet corners and centre.
For our approach we have used the map sheet L34-XXIX (Orsova), scanned and georeferenced in the national reference system Stereo 1970.
and Opletal, M.: 1995, Geological map of the Czech Republic, Map Sheet 14-22 Jesenik,
Appendix C, an index of all Alaskan glaciers that have been given official names by the United States Board on Geographic Names, also includes each glacier's latitude and longitude and the map sheet name (1:250 000) on which it appears.
Our book is organized to show each city plan in reduced format (the originals vary in size but are quite large, nearly 100x100cm for each map sheet), alongside the complete English-language translations of both the "Description" and "'List of important Features" for each plan.
map sheet 21A/06, just south of the Kejimkujik National Park boundary, was divided into three components: 1) bedrock and surficial mapping of the various stratigraphic units, 2) till and bedrock geochemical sampling/analysis, and 3) a detailed ground magnetic survey to accurately locate the contact between the Goldenville and Halifax formations.
By 1980 the series had been re-scaled to a modern standard 1:5000 but it was still based on an out dated map sheet system.
A mouse click produces a black and white soils map sheet showing soil map unit polygons.
1-2), the lists of sites by Region or 1:250,000 Map Sheet are too broad for most such purposes.