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Elevation Models 

Simple elevation contours are defined as the simple vertical measurements between parallel level surfaces. While this definition is accurate and useful, there are some situations where this simple definition is not applicable.

Elevation models are best used for situations that involve many different types of terrains and are set in many different environments. Examples of these situations include open countryside, urban areas, or even artificial or man-made landscapes like a golf course.

Simple elevation models also don’t give much information about the elevations of individual components. For example, the distance from one road intersection to the next (e.g., the sidewalk to the main road intersection) is not included in the model. The best way to solve this problem is by creating separate zones in your elevation data model.

This can be done by selecting “additional floors” in the Zoned Map option of the GPX editing program. You will also need to add “Street Names” and “Street Signs” to the data to define the boundaries of the zones.

While simple, such models can be very useful in a variety of situations. The elevation data you feed into them can be used to create different view models that can be viewed using software like AutoCAD or Land Desktop.

You can also run multiple maps with the same GIS on the same computer or on different computers connected to the internet, using the local network in the case of an intranet. Local spatial resolution and high quality image reproduction are the two most important benefits of creating simple GIS models.

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