This shaded-relief map is printed in full color on high-quality poster paper and measures 28 by 42 inches. The map was prepared using LiDAR data. It is a 1:500,000-scale map (1 inch on the map equals 7.89 miles) that provides a highly detailed depiction of the diverse landscapes of Indiana. Included on the map are highways and roads; lakes, rivers and streams; county seats; and population data. Elevations are represented by color, and this, in combination with IGS cartographers’ relief-shading techniques, gives the map a three-dimensional look. From across the room, one can easily see the incised landscape of the Wabash Valley or, in the northeastern part of the state, the subtle moraines left by retreating glaciers of the Ice Age. Closer up, the details of the uplands and river bottoms become readily apparent in the southern part of the state.
Johnson, M. R., and Russell, K. P., 2015, Indiana: Indiana Geological Survey Miscellaneous Map 100, scale 1:500,000.
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