[HOT] Satellite imagery interpretation examples - looking for suggestions
bgirardot at gmail.com
Wed Sep 10 12:10:17 UTC 2014
You mean those squiggly little lines that go E-W'ish?
They are not rivers or streams. They are roads or paths but that is one
of my questions too and the reason I want to make the little reference
for roads in Africa.
As sanderd17 mention, how those roads look on satellite imagery can be
sort of misleading.
I do not know which they are. I think they are footpaths, hopefully
someone will tell us for sure.
Thank you for asking Allison.
On 9/10/2014 12:16 AM, Allison Hoff wrote:
> Can anyone tell f these linear features are roads or rivers (or
> something else)?
> On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 9:32 PM, Blake Girardot <bgirardot at gmail.com
> <mailto:bgirardot at gmail.com>> wrote:
> You might have read in a few emails I was hoping to put up some
> satellite imagery that shows things we often map in W. Africa.
> Originally and still mainly, I wanted some examples of schools and
> roads of different types.
> I am open to any suggestions for things to include and if you find
> any good examples with MapBox imagery please send them my way.
> Or if you find something that you don't know what it is, please
> share it here and we'll get it identified.
> For users of iD, just center on the thing in question and then
> copy/past the url from your web browser into an email.
> JOSM users can click in the lower left corner of their window and a
> location box will pop up, you can just copy/paste the url from that
> box into an email.
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