spot height


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spot height

n
(Physical Geography) a mark on a map indicating the height of a hill, mountain, etc
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"From Baradla Cave, it continues along the Baradla Valley, then twists towards the state border, continuing along the Keovsky Potok brook, to the Poroa spot height, and then gradually winding down to the entrance of Domica."The path is two-way, has 12 stops and a total length of 7.
Where N is the number of 35 sampled points that were distributed throughout the area and assumed to be the representation of terrain, xi is the spot height elevation and xi is the extracted point elevation data from ASTER and SRTM DEM.
Now follow the clear track to the saddle which is the highest point of the walk (Spot Height 395).
But he said Ordnance Survey spot height measurements had amargin of error of plus or minus 3m (9ft 8.8in) so it was hard to argue that its original measurement was wrong.
Which is where this handy guide comes in, covering everything from how scale works to the difference between a spot height and a trig pillar to what magnetic variation is, and how to allow for it when using a compass (keep your elbows tucked in).
This vague path heads over several false summits until you reach the spot height (464m).
Leave the path, turning NE to follow a broad ridge up to an unnamed spot height (562m) before heading SE to another spot height (566m).
LED mast headlights "mushroom shape / cylinder light" in one size for light spot heights up to 5 m.
These OS maps show an array of spot heights in feet and almost all the Soviet plans include height values in the same locations but converted to meters, to one decimal place.