HOW DO YOU SEE IT? The contour map of the Southern Hemisphere shown in the figure was computer generated using data collected by satellite instrumentation. Color is used to show the “ozone hole” in Earth's atmosphere. The purple and blue areas represent the lowest levels of ozone, and the green areas represent the highest levels. (Source: NASA)
(a) Do the level curves correspond to equally spaced ozone levels? Explain.
(b) Describe how to obtain a more detailed contour map.
a) Whether the level curves correspond to equally spaced ozone levels.
b) Obtain a more detailed Contour map.
Contour map of the southern hemisphere is given below;
From the graph, it can beseen that the ozone level curve are not uniform and there are not any definite boundary between the level curves of ozone...
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