Key:flood_mark

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Description
A flood mark (or high water mark) is a point that represents recorded maximum of water table. It is usually a plaque or pole with marked level of flood.
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may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
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Description

A flood mark (or high water mark) is a point that represents recorded maximum of water table. It is usually a plaque or pole with marked level of flood.

Flood marks on the wall
Flood marks on the wall Set of flood marks on the wall of the lock keeper's cottage below the window. (Author: Bill Nicholls)
Flood marks on Passau city hall.
Flood marks on Passau city hall. (Author: Roger Wollstadt)
Carey, Ohio, September 12, 2007
Carey, Ohio, September 12, 2007 -- Jim Sherwood, an hydrologist with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) marks flood waterline. (Author: John Ficara)

How to map

Place a node Node at the location of the flood mark. Tag with flood_mark=yes.

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This project is continuation and extension of Key:high_water_mark. Within few weeks high_water_mark will be replaced (merged).