Talk:2010 Chile earthquake/Mapping Coordination
towns that need work... is there impact of the earthquake? are maps needed?
Use of Landsat images is not really effective, but not absolutely bad:
- waterways are visible, so lakes and water basins;
- major roads are already present; where a road cross a waterway, there is a bridge;
- landuse could be derived too (residential and woodland are well visible).
IMHO Landsat is not too bad, waiting for something better.
--niubii 00:59, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
"Corredor Transantiago Pedro Aguirre Cerda" in Santiago de Chile
Can somebody tell me what kind of street is this "Corredor Transantiago Pedro Aguirre Cerda" in Santiago de Chile which has the tags access=no and bus=yes. See: http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=-33.48616&lon=-70.69599&zoom=17&layers=null Is the access=no correct? --ALE! 13:56, 1 March 2010 (UTC)