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Boulder 206

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Specifications

206 Boulder
A small distinct boulder (minimum height 1m). Every boulder marked on the map should be immediately identifiable on the ground. To be able to show the distinction between boulder with significant difference in size it is permitted to enlarge this symbol by 20% (diameter 0.5mm). Colour: black. Dots diameter 0.4mm (0.5mm)

ISOM 1990 Definition

A small distinct boulder (minimum height 1m). Every boulder marked on the map should be immediately identifiable on the ground.

OCAD Methods

Defined as line symbol 206.0. A point symbol can be drawn with any tool.

Pictorial Descriptions

- BOF Rules, Appendix One A prominent free standing block of stone greater than 0.5m high

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