I have a little project bouncing around in my head. I want to print out a map of the Baja Peninsula with topographic lines at 1000’-1500’ elevations. Does anyone know how to overlay topo lines in Google-Earth, or is there another avenue I can explore to make this printout?
I have an atlas of the Peninsula (The Baja Almanac) which has topo lines which I could conceivably print out and highlight these elevation lines but that would be a huge undertaking. I’d much rather be able to create a map on the computer and just print out the map in sections that I could then cut and paste back together -ultimately giving me something with a peninsula about 2-2.5 feet from border to Cabo.
I took a GIS class in college that taught you how to use various programs of the day (ArcInfo was one if my memory serves) so hitting up the local universities Geography department might be something else to look into. Anyone out there with these sort of skills that can point me in the right direction?