What are hachured contour lines?


Hachured contour lines are lines that you'll find on a topographical map. Usually, they are dotted lines. They usually indicate the presence of a basin or depression.
Q&A Related to "What are hachured contour lines?"
Hachured contour lines are contour lines with ticks pointing downslope that indicate a depression on a topographic map.
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Accentuated incremental lines in dentin caused by sublethal systemic insults such as infectious disease which injure odontoblasts. Called also Owen's contour lines.
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