[Talk-GB] Quarterly Project: Nature Reserves
bprangle at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 19:24:20 UTC 2015
Thanks for the simplification of that huge wiki down to 2 tags - I can cope
The protected planet website looks like a useful resource but unfortunately
it has this copyright statement : © ProtectedPlanet 2014-2015. All rights
reserved. So we shouldn't use it. So what do I use as a source for Natura
Also isn't the tag leisure=nature_reserve?
On 26 October 2015 at 12:23, tshrub <my-email-confirmation at online.de> wrote:
> Hey Brian,
> Brian Prangle schrieb:
>> 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.
> someone from the UK should try to "familiarise" or incorporate Britains
> tagging schema into the table? <
> by areal access or action restictions, you have different types or layers.
> For example: a SAC often emerged out of an (old) nature reserve, so a SAC
> commonly covers and overlap(!) one. And those both might again covered
> (partial) from another type...
> you know that site: <http://www.protectedplanet.net/>
> there are too britain areas and you can deviate protect_classes
> a SAC would be
> + protect_class=97
> for nature reserves
> + protect_class=4
> I still use in addition landuse=nature_reserve because of visualisation
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