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[[Image:Northfacingslope.png|'''[[Aspect]]''' generally refers to the direction to which a mountain '''[[slope]]''' faces. The aspect of a slope can make very significant influences on its local climate (microclimate).|thumb|300px]] [[Image:Northfacingslope.png|'''[[Aspect]]''' generally refers to the direction to which a mountain '''[[slope]]''' faces. The aspect of a slope can make very significant influences on its local climate (microclimate).|thumb|300px]]
-'''[[Aspect]]''' generally refers to the direction to which a mountain '''[[slope]]''' faces. The aspect of a slope can make very significant influences on its local climate (microclimate). +'''[[Aspect]]''' generally refers to the direction to which a mountain '''[[slope]]''' faces.
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 +The aspect of a slope can make very significant influences on its local climate (microclimate).

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Aspect generally refers to the direction to which a mountain slope faces. The aspect of a slope can make very significant influences on its local climate (microclimate).
Aspect generally refers to the direction to which a mountain slope faces. The aspect of a slope can make very significant influences on its local climate (microclimate).

Aspect generally refers to the direction to which a mountain slope faces.

The aspect of a slope can make very significant influences on its local climate (microclimate).


Also see

Reference

  • Terrain Slope/Aspect Display And Analysis [1]
  • See Wikipedia Aspect Geography [2]
  • National Avalanche Center and The Friends of the Utah Avalanche Forecast Center

[Slope Aspect with respect to the sun] [[3]]


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