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A basic use of the compass is to assist in setting the map, which means aligning the map with features on the ground by turning the top of the map so it points north.

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f the base plate and the orienting and direction of travel arrows are in line with each other. Then place the compass flat on the map with the sides parallel to the north-south grid lines and with north towards the top of the map. Next turn the map and compass together until the red end of the magnetic needle lines up with north on the dial. The map is now set and features on the ground should correspond with the map. If you are facing south the map will be upside down now but you should be able to identify the ridge and the pool. If the former is to your right, it should be to the right of yo

Written by: Jess English Uploaded Date: 28th Jun 2009 Words: 336
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