A contour interval in the surveying is the vertical distance or the difference in the elevation between the two contour lines in a topographical map.
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In cartography, contour lines are an imaginary line of a terrain that joints the point of equal elevation above a given level, such as mean sea level or benchmark.
What is contouring in Surveying? Contouring in surveying is the determination of elevation of various points on the ground and fixing these points of same horizontal positions in the contour map. To exercise vertical control leveling work is carried out ...