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What is Sea Level?
 
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What is ABOVE GROUND LEVEL? What does ABOVE GROUND LEVEL mean? ABOVE GROUND LEVEL meaning
 
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What is ABOVE GROUND LEVEL? What does ABOVE GROUND LEVEL mean? ABOVE GROUND LEVEL meaning - ABOVE GROUND LEVEL definition - ABOVE GROUND LEVEL explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ In aviation, atmospheric sciences and broadcasting, a height above ground level (AGL) is a height measured with respect to the underlying ground surface. This is as opposed to altitude/elevation above mean sea level (AMSL), or (in broadcast engineering) height above average terrain (HAAT). In other words, these expressions (AGL, AMSL, HAAT) indicate where the "zero level" or "reference altitude" is located. A pilot flying an aircraft under instrument flight rules (typically under poor visibility conditions) must rely on the aircraft's altimeter to decide when to deploy the undercarriage and prepare for landing. Therefore, the pilot needs reliable information on the height of the plane with respect to the landing area (usually an airport). The altimeter, which is usually a barometer calibrated in units of distance instead of atmospheric pressure, can therefore be set in such a way as to indicate the height of the aircraft above ground. This is done by communicating with the control tower of the airport (to get the current surface pressure) and setting the altimeter so as to read zero on the ground of that airport. Confusion between AGL and AMSL, or improper calibration of the altimeter, may result in controlled flight into terrain, a crash of a fully functioning aircraft under pilot control. While the use of a barometric altimeter setting that provides a zero reading on the ground of the airport is a reference available to pilots, in commercial aviation it is a country-specific procedure that is not often used (it is used, e.g., in Russia, and a few other countries). Most countries (Far East, North and South America, all of Europe, Africa, Australia) use the airport's AMSL (above mean sea level) elevation as a reference. During approaches to landing, there are several other references that are used, including AFE (above field elevation) which is height referencing the highest point on the airfield, TDZE (touchdown zone elevation) or TH (threshold height) which both refer to the elevation of the landing end of the runway measured AMSL and AGL respectively. In general, "altitude" refers to distance above mean sea level (MSL or AMSL), "height" refers to distance above a particular point (e.g. the airport, runway threshold, or ground at present location), and "elevation" describes a feature of the terrain itself in terms of distance above MSL. One mnemonic that can be used is: if it's an altitude you can fly there, if it's an elevation you can walk there, and if it's height that's how far a rock will fall before it hits the ground. In weather and climate studies, measurements or simulations often need to refer to a specific height or altitude, which is naturally AGL. However, the values of geophysical variables measured in various places on the natural (ground) surface may not be easily compared in hilly or mountainous terrain, because part of the observed variability is due to changes in the altitude of the surface. For this reason, variables such as pressure or temperature are sometimes 'reduced' to mean sea level. In general circulation models and global climate models, the state and properties of the atmosphere are specified or computed at a number of discrete locations and heights. When the topography of the continents is explicitly represented, the altitudes of these locations are set above the simulated ground level. This is often implemented using the so-called sigma coordinate system, which is the ratio of the pressure at a location (latitude, longitude, altitude) divided by the pressure at the nadir of that location on ground surface (same latitude, same longitude, altitude AGL = 0). In broadcasting, altitude AGL has relatively little direct bearing on the broadcast range of a station. Rather, it is HAAT (the height above the average terrain (in the surrounding area)) which is used to determine how far a broadcast station (or any other sort of VHF or higher radio-frequency) transmission will travel. From aviation safety perspective though, the more important aspect is the height of the radio tower used to support the radio antenna. In this case, height AGL is the only important measurement for aviation authorities, which require that some tall towers have proper painting and lighting to avoid collisions.
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AGL vs MSL
 
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What is the difference between AGL and MSL? This training video will answer that question.
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AMSL Meaning
 
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Video shows what AMSL means. Above mean sea level. AMSL Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say AMSL. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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AMSL 101 Week 3
 
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AMSL Performance Video
 
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AMSL Performance Video
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AMSL 102-05 Video1
 
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ASL video
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AMSL 102 Week 6 Video Performance
 
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Questions to Ask, Responses, and Autobiography
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AMSL Video 2
 
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Google Earth Hacks: How to Find the Elevation of Any Point On Earth
 
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See the full blog post here: http://retipster.com/google-earth-hacks Download Google Earth for your Desktop here: https://www.google.com/earth/desktop Did you know that Google Earth makes it VERY easy to determine the elevation of any point on earth? If you're working with properties in an area of the world that are high above sea level, there's a fair chance that you (or your future buyer) may be wondering about this. You can get this information by simply hovering your cursor over the property in question and looking in the lower right corner of the Google Earth window. I'll show you how it works in the video above! #googleearth #googlemaps #elevation
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AMSL 111
 
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Views: 7 Louisa DiMario
AMSL 101 wk 3 video
 
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Amsl 3-1
 
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Views: 6 Meghan Byrne
Amsl 3-2
 
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AMSL 111
 
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AMSL Performance Video 2
 
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AMSL Performance Video 2
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Amsl video 5
 
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Views: 4 Meghan Byrne
AMSL 101 Video 1
 
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AMSL 101 Week 5
 
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Directions, Locations, Descriptions
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AMSL 102 VIDEO 3
 
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Views: 2 Andrea Ward
AMSL Performance Video #1
 
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AMSL Performance Video #1
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AMSL Video 2
 
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AMSL 102 Video 1
 
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AMSL 102 Early Spring 1 Week 1 Video
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AMSL Video 3
 
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AMSL 101 Video 3
 
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AMSL Weeek 5
 
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AMSL Video 1
 
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Views: 8 Megan Crutsinger
AMSL 101 Video 2
 
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Views: 12 Daja Stevenson
AMSL 102 Week 1
 
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Family
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AMSL Video #5
 
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Views: 6 Megan Crutsinger
AMSL 102 WEEK 3
 
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AMSL 101 Video 5
 
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Views: 8 Daja Stevenson
Week 7 AMSL 101
 
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AMSL 102 Video 1
 
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AMSL 101 Video 4
 
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Week 2 AMSL
 
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elevation profile in Google Earth / Profil topographique sous Google Earth
 
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This video demonstrates how to create an elevation profile in Google Earth using the path tool. Cette vidéo montre comment créer un profil d'altitude dans Google Earth en utilisant l'outil de chemin.
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AMSL 101 Video Week 1
 
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AMSL 102 Video 2
 
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Views: 2 Daja Stevenson