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Hi all,

Finally I have been away from this site for a long time and I would like to presentation this draft map for everyone here to see my map  and I would like to hear from you on this map. Please give me your feedback. I am not sure how to say this but  I am having a hard time to decide on which way is better method to order the overlay such as hillshade over the polygon or vice versa.....

I've been searching that information on the internet such as Google or Bing.


T factor

Bing Map Basemap

This map is to provide our NRCS New Mexico District conservationist in their county office and to display  them where the T factor affects on the soil.  The Red or 5 is the highest and Green or 1 is the lowest.

I appreciated your feedback.





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