[Talk-GB] Quarterly Project: Nature Reserves
sk53.osm at gmail.com
Sun Oct 25 16:08:28 UTC 2015
Original map was not based on OSM at end September, but I may be able to
cobble up something else.
SPAs etc. are not Nature Reserves: they are protected areas. There is much
overlap between them, but many NRs are not technically protected areas: see
Nick Moyes blog for the saga of The Sanctuary
LNR in Derby. I think it is worth tagging whether something is a NNR or
LNR: to date I think the designation tag has been used.
Nor has anyone tried to map SINCs which may or may not be NRs, but
certainly aren't protected areas.
On 25 October 2015 at 14:42, Brian Prangle <bprangle at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've looked at Jerry's umap ( great resource Jerry - can you update it at
> the end of Oct so we can see progress with fewer blue and red dots?) and
> the Natural England OpenData source and there seems to be a significant
> amount of data inaccuracy in my local area: Solihull Council lists 21 LNRs
> but the Natural England OpenData file has only about half that number. Is
> it just a local issue or has anyone else found this as well?
> Do we need to tag Natura 2000 SACs and SPAs? I've looked at the
> protected_area wiki page and quite frankly lost the will to live. From
> looking at taginfo the tagging schema doesn't appear to be too popular in
> the UK.
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