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SGID elevation category

Utah Contours Generalized 200 Foot

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Category: Elevation Data Type: Polygon GIS data Steward: UGRC

Generalized contour polygons to show relative elevation and terrain at medium and small scales. Contour polygons are to be used as a general elevation layer which may or may not reflect the actual elevation of a location.

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select * from elevation.contours_generalized_200_foot limit 10; Copy to clipboard

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A closer look

Contours were created by first generalizing a 30 meter digital elevation model with a focal filter. The output raster was then reclassified to group elevations into 200 foot intervals and finally converted into polygons. Contour polygons represent an approximate elevation.

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