I have several TIN files representing empty lakebeds at altitudes ranging from 5000m to 3000m. I have calculated the TINs using ArcGIS hydrology tools and an
ASTER v3 DEM projected to
The DEM data as well as a folder containing the TIN data for several of the lakebed depressions can be found here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ERFdsqDGLH1a_FbxwawE_gPm0Au0Q9vT
I want to present the depth of the lakebeds in an appealing way.
I can change the symbology type to
elevation but then the same color ramp is used for every lakebed, regardless if it is 10m or 100m deep - the deepest part in every lake has the same color. Therefore, at first they all seem to have the same depth:
I would rather have the parts of all lakes with a depth of 5m, 10m, 15m etc. to have the same color coding so that I would be able to tell the depth difference between the individual lakes at a glance. Is there a possibility to tweak the appearance of a TIN to display not the absolute altitude but its individual depth?