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[cdt-l] Map scales?
In the areas where we used BLM/USGS maps (Great Basin in Wyoming and most of
NM), the 1:100,000 maps worked fine. USGS no longer makes the 15 minute maps
(Darn it, those were good) and the County maps (about 1:50,000 I think)
aren't available for WY or NM. They are available for Colorado, but the TI
maps are much better.
>From: "Nate Young" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: [cdt-l] Map scales?
>Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2001 23:24:36 -0000
>What are some of the more commanly used map scales used for the CDT? I
>heard that 7.5 min maps show too much and 100,000 show too little detail.
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