[talk-ph] Admin Boundary and Coastline

Marloue Pidor murlwe at mail2Engineer.com
Fri May 20 06:00:36 BST 2011

The distance between Samal and Davao is only 1.5kms at its nearest and
19kms at its farthest. As of now I am using the NAMRIA data but later I
will use the data from the City Planning Office.


<-----Original Message-----> 
From: Eugene Alvin Villar [seav80 at gmail.com]
>Sent: 5/20/2011 12:52:21 PM
>To: murlwe at mail2engineer.com
>Subject: Re: [talk-ph] Admin Boundary and Coastline
>Hi Murlwe,
>If you are sure about the delineation of the boundary between Davao
>City and Samal Island, then I have no problem with moving the admin
>boundary from the coastline to the median line between the two cities.
>As for the barangay boundaries, can you ask the barangays there what
>delineates their waters? Is it 15 km (same as with municipalities and
>cities) or is it closer?
>On Fri, May 20, 2011 at 12:44 PM, Marloue Pidor
><murlwe at mail2engineer.com> wrote:
>> Maning, we have the need to do that at least in Davao because we have
>> Disaster Preparedness project here and it includes monitoring of
>> sea vessels via GPS/SMS?RF going from Davao to Samal so I need the
>> boundaries. We are using OSM as the base map. That is also the reason
why I
>> am adding now the Barangay boundaries to have some idea to where the
>> on the map.
>> Eugene, that information help me a lot so now I would limit the
>> boundary to 22kms or 30kms from the shoreline.
>> Thanks for the info guys.
>> murlwe

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