- Relief shown by contours and spot heights. "Geographical Section, General Staff, No. 3789. Published at the War Office 1927. First GSGS Edition (AMS 1), 1926; Third GSGS Edition (AMS 2), 1944; AMS Revisions (AMS 3), 1944." "Army Map Service, U. S. Army, Washington, D. C. 138814. 1945. 9-45." "Eastern China 1:50,000 sheet 16/2200"-- Top margin. Military grid. "Contour interval 5 metres." Includes quadrangle location diagram. Four classes of roads or tracks are shown; some streets and buildings are named. Relief shown by contour lines. Contour interval 5 meters below 100, 25 meters above 100. Shows boundaries, railways, tramways, ramparts and walls, telegraph lines, mines, towers, ruins, temples and pagodas, limekilns and brickkilns, cemeteries, marshes, swamps, ricefields, nonperenial streams, woods, and sand.
- Held by
This data is hosted by MIT, and is currently unavailable to preview and download. Stanford University does not hold this data and cannot provide access to it, at this time. If you have questions about this or other unavailable datasets from MIT GIS Servcies please submit your feedback to email@example.com.