relief model

relief model

[ri′lēf ‚mäd·əl]
(mapping)
A three-dimensional relief map.
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In addition to its ADU, it offers stackable units designed for multi-family and a disaster relief model meant to quickly step in and provide a high quality, affordable housing solution.
Design, licensing, implementation of digital aerial photography, air blurs of completed footage, relief model additions and digital ortophoto production in Hungary 30898 km 2, as detailed in the technical specification.
I chose the long eye relief model that places the scope further forward.
Their scale relief model of Captain Cook country earned them a first prize at the Girls Venture Corps national festival held in Walsall.
html) and overlaid on bathymetric data from the ETOPO1 Global Relief Model (www.
Hall constructed a relief model of Yosemite Valley in 1921.
The calculation of elevation in gravitational drainage system can establish relief model according to elevation.
The most helpful for geomorphometric analysis are classical field surveys with a number of points being the faithful representation of data required for a high resolution relief model.
A relief model of the McCormick twine mill is also shown, while surmounting all is a figure of an American farmer holding in his hands a tag taken from a ball of McCormick twine.
I first met him in 1990, when he was a sprightly 80-year-old, lodged at a temporary office in Royal Geographical Society, waiting to install his huge relief model of Mount Everest for a special London exhibition.
It went on to offer the highest power variable pistol scope on the market, the 3x9 long eye relief model followed last year by the more compact 2x7 variable.
The Industry's Failure to Address Long-Term Financial Solutions and Basic Money Management Skills Prompt Founders to Create New Debt Relief Model