ICSE Geography: How to Solve Topographical Maps: Symbols and their Importance (NOTES)


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The following is solely our interpretation of what is indicated by the symbols found in a topographical map. We have collected information from various sources (teachers, books, internet, etc.) and have compiled the following notes according to our knowledge and understanding of the information collected thereof.  The data may not be up to date, and we, thereby, are not liable for any mistake that may have crept in unknowingly. It is recommended that you refer these notes to your school teacher before making use of them.

The following notes will help you figure out what is implied by each symbol in a topography sheet. They will help you in understanding the reason behind the use of each symbol, and how you can infer the climatic conditions, amount of rainfall, level of the water table, topography of the land, occupations of the residents of a place, etc. with the use of a few certain symbols.

 

Here’s a link to the PDF file for the mentioned notes:

ICSE NOTES – How to Solve Topographical Maps: Symbols and their Importance (Part 1)

You may print these notes through the PDF file and refer to them for your personal use as required. You are forbidden to reproduce any part of these notes without our prior permission. For more information, please contact us or go through our copyright policy. 

 

 

Also see other important study material to help you ace the topography section of your upcoming ICSE Geography Board Exam:

ICSE Geography: How to Solve Topographical Maps: Full Course

ICSE Geography: How to Interpret a Toposheet (Including Solved Practice Exercises)

ICSE Geography: Solved Topography Maps from Previous Years’ Board Papers

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