ESM291




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ESM291

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1.

All but one is not a
component of map
______________

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2.

Coordinate systems such as
geographical coordinates
and ________________
coordinates are very useful
in determining the accurate
locations of features on the
map

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3.

All but one is not a map
analysis tasks
__________________

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4.

The ___________ of a map
shows how much how the
given area has been
reduced to paper size and
hence how much you would
have to enlarge your map to
get the actual size of the
piece of land shown on the
map

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5.

______________ is used to
graphically display and
disseminate geographical
information

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6.

___________________
refers to outlining or placing
boundaries round regions or
areal units observed on the
map

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7.

_________ shows the
coordinate system in the
form of parallels of latitude
and meridians of longitude
so that the area can be
placed in its proper
geographical location on the
globe

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8.

The course material on
ESM291 Map Analysis was
first printed in
_____________

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9.

A map scale can be
expressed in __________
different ways

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10.

Maps are usually produced
based on certain
___________systems that
enable us to accurately
determine the locations of
features

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11.

__________ tells the
directions on a map using
the cardinal points of North
South East West and so on

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12.

______________ lines run
north and south around the
earths surface they intersect
at the poles and measure
distance east and west from
the Prime Meridian

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13.

___________________
maps are used in data
analysis to make or test
hypotheses such as the
identification of cancer
clusters examine the
relationship between two
distributions using simple
transparent overlays identify
suitable sites for a proposed
project and so on

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14.

A _______________ is an
accurate representation of
the spherical shape of the
world

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15.

The course material
ESM291 titled Map Analysis
was written by
_________________

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16.

Basically there are
____________ broad tasks
involved in map analysis

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17.

___________ is an
electronic or digital device
used to record information
on the latitude and longitude
of any location on the
surface of the earth

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18.

_________ refer to any
visual display of information,
particularly if it is abstract
generalised or schematic

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19.

___________ is the entails
decoding of map symbols to
derive their meanings and
also understand the
message or information
those symbols convey to the
map user

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20.

Every map is symbolised
Symbols are the
_____________ of the map
maker

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21.

Another name for literal
symbol is
_________________

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22.

___________ map shows
physiographic features such
as forests grassland
woodland tundra grazing
land ocean floors and ocean
sediments could be included
in this large grouping

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23.

Every map is a reduced
version of some aspects
of_________

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24.

A projection is a method by
which the curved surface of
the earth is represented on a
__________ surface

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25.

_________________ are
symbols that are derived
from the abbreviation of
some words hence they are
in form of texts or letters
They are used to indicate
the locations of the features
they represent

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26.

__________ states that
Maps are valuable timeless
objects that we would be lost
without

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27.

______________refers to
listing or counting of discrete
items visible on a map For
example on a large scale
map showing a portion of a
city we can count or take a
census of the number of
individual houses boreholes
bus stops or petrol stations
in the area.

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28.

Latitudes and longitudes as
well as other geographical
referencing systems are very
useful in fixing the positions
of features on a
___________

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29.

_________________ has to
do with showing the curved
surface of the earth on a
plane or flat sheet

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30.

As a ___________ rule the
higher the denominator the
smaller the scale and vice
versa

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31.

_________ refers to both
the study of maps and the
process of map making

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32.

Drainage here refers to
___________ and rivers

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33.

The earliest maps that have
withstood the test of time
were made on _________
tablets Maps were produced
on leather stone and wood

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34.

There are many different
types of maps that attempt
to represent specific
___________

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35.

Symbols are used to
represent one-dimensional
or linear features such as
roads rivers railways
pipelines and power or
telecommunication cables
_________

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36.

The map ____________
shows the symbols on a
map and gives their meaning

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37.

All but one is not a type of
map projection
________________

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38.

________ of longitude are
arbitrary but conventional
lines and together with the
parallels based upon the
naturally given equator
constitute the globe grid

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39.

____________ defines a
map as A representation
usually on a plane surface of
all or part of the earth or
some other body showing a
group of features in terms of
their relative size and
position

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40.

______________ maps that
show climate, weather and
wind are types of
environmental maps

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41.

Maps have changed from
basic expressions of
___________to works of art
and extremely accurate
scientific tool

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42.

A __________ is an isolated
one family residence

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43.

A _____________ map is
also called an economic
map it shows and represents
the natural resources and
the economic activity of
different regions of an area

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44.

Maps and map-making have
undergone some notable
_______________________
trend

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45.

The sources of data for map
making can be grouped into
____________ broad
categories

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46.

______________ symbols
are mostly used in producing
maps for children and nonliterate adults

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47.

The __________ Scale tells
the user how the map
relates to the real world
features it represents

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48.

There are ______________
broad categories into which
map scales can be grouped

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49.

The term __________ map
refers to the maps that are
not actually produced and
just exist in our minds

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50.

Maps can be grouped into
various classes or
_________________

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