Tag:man_made=groyne

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Public-images-osm logo.svg man_made = groyne
Dovercourt groynes - geograph.org.uk - 748828.jpg
Description
A rigid structure built from a shoreline or riverbank that interrupts water flow and limits the movement of sediment
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodesmay be used on waysshould not be used on areasuse on relations unspecified
Wikidata
Wikidata-logo.svgQ153084
Status: In use

Use the man_made=groyne tag to mark a groyne, which is a rigid structure stretching out a short distance from the shoreline or riverbank for the purpose of reducing the movement of sediment (eg sand and gravel) or sometimes to reduce ice-jamming.

Not to be confused with man_made=breakwater, which is used for structures designed primarily to create a area of calm water for mooring boats, or with man_made=pier, which is used for structures on which people walk over water to access boats or similar.


How to map

See also Coastline

Create a linear way along the length of the groyne. Alternatively create a sequence of linked ways with one or more additional tags. For example:

  • submerged=yes - for the part always submerged
  • tidal=yes - for the part that are submerged on high tide and above water on low tide
  • height=* - height over seabed (question: is the height not variable along its length? PeterIto 20:01, 23 August 2012 (BST))


Photos

See also