IT:Tag:natural=grassland

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Public-images-osm logo.svg natural = grassland
Surface grass.jpg
Descrizione
Aree naturali in cui la vegetazione è dominata da erbe (Poaceae) e altre piante erbacee (non legnose) . Edit or translate this description.
Gruppo: Natural
Applicabile agli elementi
should not be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Combinazioni utili

grassland=*

Wikidata
Stato: approvato

Aree naturali in cui la vegetazione è dominata da erbe (Poaceae) e altre piante erbacee (non legnose) . Esclude le zone coltivate e le zone umide.

Uso

natural=grassland

Estensioni usate

Vedi Anche

  • Vegetation — discussione generale sul tagging della vegetazione
  • natural=scrub — natural vegetation dominated by shrubs (bush)
  • natural=heath — natural vegetation dominated by dwarf shrubs
  • natural=wetland with wetland=marsh — open wetlands where grasses grow in waterlogged soil (the distinction between grasslands and wetlands can be gradual)
  • landuse=meadow — agricultural areas cultivated with grasses (or formerly cultivated and still growing mostly grasses)
  • landuse=grass — usually ornamental areas covered with tended and mown grass (lawn)