|Indicates that an area is in the tidal range.|
|Used on these elements|
|Status: in use|
|Tools for this tag|
The tag tidal=yes indicates that an element is in the tidal range. It could be a river, shore, part of the harbour or water area.
When the part of the harbour has a gate which does not let the tide in you can tag it with tidal=no. But normally this is default value which is not used.
How to map?
Tidal area at sea
Areas in the tidal range between natural=coastline) and can be tagged with tidal=yes to explicitly indicate this. Some tags commonly used for these areas like natural=wetland + wetland=tidalflat already imply the area being in the tidal range.(
|yes||Indicates that an area is in the tidal range. The top of the tidal range is generally taken to be at natural=coastline; i.e., mean high-water spring (MHWS).|
|no||Default. Disambiguates whether item is not in the tidal range, or has not been considered for tagging. Not explicitly required.|
You can also add the type of this area: