Topographic Mapping

Topographic maps have been critical to the development of mankind and will continue to be important to our future development.

They depict natural and man-made features of the Earth's surface including landforms (represented by contours and spot heights), streams, lakes, dams, swamps, roads and tracks, localities, built-up areas, vegetation, conservation, defence and forestry reserves. 

 

New Regional Topographic Map at the scale of 1:500 000 of Kavango, Omusati, Ohangwena, Caprivi, Kunene , Oshikoto and Omusati will be available by the middle or end 2004

These maps will help the regional councilors in the planning of the developmental projects in their specific regions.

 

A regional map of Caprivi regionů

 

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