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#1 2022-01-26 11:05:36

LeFagnard
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From: Eupen Belgien
Registered: 2017-11-30
Posts: 26

Streams

Hi, all,

my Eglish is very bad. So this translation is made with Deepl.

How can I map a stream that has dug itself very deep?
Best for mi is, to have an example somewhere on osm.
I use JOSM.

Thank you for your help.


Beste Grüße, meilleures salutations, vriendelijke groeten, best regards,
Marc, Eupen, Belgien

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#2 2022-01-26 12:26:55

Teek
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Registered: 2017-05-10
Posts: 47

Re: Streams

Hi LeFagnard, what is the depth of your stream ? Very deep is the Grand Canyon or Gorge du Verdon (> 600 m) but if it is just a stream I could jump over it, is not it so ?
Otherwise use a measuring tool as an inch stick to determine the depth locally, just as you have found the stream locally outdoors. Or practical count the seconds while a stone falls into the stream and voila, the depth.

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#3 2022-01-26 12:40:45

LeFagnard
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From: Eupen Belgien
Registered: 2017-11-30
Posts: 26

Re: Streams

Teek wrote:

what is the depth of your stream ?

Hi Teek,
tnank you for your answer. Tahat are little streams, but the dephts should be from 3 Meters to about 5 meters and very steep slopes. Impossible to jump over and on longer distances difficult to cross.


Beste Grüße, meilleures salutations, vriendelijke groeten, best regards,
Marc, Eupen, Belgien

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#4 2022-01-27 03:23:13

kucai
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Re: Streams

LeFagnard wrote:
Teek wrote:

what is the depth of your stream ?

Hi Teek,
tnank you for your answer. Tahat are little streams, but the dephts should be from 3 Meters to about 5 meters and very steep slopes. Impossible to jump over and on longer distances difficult to cross.

That's venturing into river classification.

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#5 2022-01-27 11:04:16

LeFagnard
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From: Eupen Belgien
Registered: 2017-11-30
Posts: 26

Re: Streams

kucai wrote:

That's venturing into river classification.

That are not the little rivers but the sides of them who are 3 to 5 meters deep.
The rivers have dug into the surrounding geology.
That is what i ask to map.
Thank you


Beste Grüße, meilleures salutations, vriendelijke groeten, best regards,
Marc, Eupen, Belgien

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#6 2022-01-27 11:44:25

Sandal man
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From: Benissa
Registered: 2016-09-23
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Re: Streams

You could draw it as a valley or and with a ridge but for 3m??
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag … uselang=nl


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#7 2022-01-27 18:06:25

alester
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Registered: 2011-09-21
Posts: 295

Re: Streams

Sandal man wrote:

You could draw it as a valley or and with a ridge but for 3m??
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag … uselang=nl

What LeFagnard is describing definitely isn't a valley if we're only talking about a few metres. I would say natural=gully would fit better.

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