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'''''Elevation''''' is the height of a point with respect to a ["vertical datum"]. Elevation can be measured by ["differential leveling"], by ["GPS"] measurements, or by ["triangulation"] if the point measured is inaccessible, such as a remote mountain top. '''''Elevation''''' is the height of a point with respect to a [[vertical datum]]. Elevation can be measured by [[differential leveling]], by [[GPS]] measurements, or by [[triangulation]] if the point measured is inaccessible, such as a remote mountain top.
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See ["orthometric height"] See [[orthometric height]]

Elevation is the height of a point with respect to a vertical datum. Elevation can be measured by differential leveling, by GPS measurements, or by triangulation if the point measured is inaccessible, such as a remote mountain top.

See orthometric height

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