daveswarthout at gmail.com
Sun Dec 27 01:19:33 UTC 2015
I think you are overreaching a bit on this. For one thing, not all forests
are for wood production - rubber tree plantations for example are for
extracting sap from trees.
Natural=wood seems perfectly correct to me for stands of trees in a more or
less "natural" state whereas landcover=trees implies, at least to me, an
area with planted trees that are not being used for sap, or lumber, etc.,
but more for their decorative or shading effect.
What's your motivation do do this?
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On Sun, Dec 27, 2015 at 7:49 AM, ajt1047 at gmail.com <ajt1047 at gmail.com>
> On 27/12/2015 00:43, Warin wrote:
>> The present multiple applications landuse=forest has me thinking that a
>> new tag of
>> maybe best to focus this new tag onto a specific forest use - that of
>> wood production.
> For info, I have used that (once!):
>> The rendering of landuse=forestry should incorporate a brown axe onto the
>> original forest rendering to show that it is for wood production.
> I've not tried rendering it though.
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