[Tagging] Waterway equivalent of noexit=yes?

Paul Allen pla16021 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 12 18:37:40 UTC 2020


On Wed, 12 Aug 2020 at 18:36, Tod Fitch <tod at fitchfamily.org> wrote:

> Not yet mapped, but my prototype case can be seen in the Bing Imagery with
> an area that collect water around 33.99268,-116.22239 and flows generally
> to the east and north only to dissipate around 33.06076,-116.06077.
>

There's water there?  It looks like the surface of Mars.  I can see subtle
features
but I'd hesitate to call them water from Bing imagery alone.  Could be deer
trails
for all I can tell.


> The collection area is no problem nor is the ephemeral waterway until
> about 33.03910,-116.099138 where it start bifurcating into smaller and
> smaller channels which eventually disappear.
>

Either I'm looking at the wrong place, or the USGS Topographic Map layer
thinks
things are somewhat different, at least in the rainy season.  It looks like
you have
a number of sinks and, generally north-east of the sinks, issues (as
Ordnance Survey
would call them), on intermittent streams (if I'm interpreting USGS symbols
correctly).

-- 
Paul
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