What Is a Contour in Geography?

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In geography, a contour is a form of a line on a map that joins two points that are of equal elevation. They are important lines as they are used to show relief. Examples of contours are shorelines of lakes and of the sea.
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contour are imaginary lines that drawn on a map joining places having the same height above mean sea level.
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Contour maps are used to show the below ground surface of geologic strata, fault surfaces (especially low angle thrust faults) and unconformities. Isopach maps use isopachs (lines
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