Span

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Span

To cover all contingencies within a specified range.

Span

A unit of length equivalent to nine inches.
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Bearing distances in forest need to be decreased (approximately 23% in our study) compared to bearing distances in open habitat to maintain a consistent bearing error across habitats.
Bearing Distance tools allow users to quickly develop site or plot plans by typing in coordinates on the status line, then selecting the generated entities to automatically place dimensions.