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Key to refine an object mapped with natural=grassland Show/edit corresponding data item.
Group: natural
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Status: in use

You can use this key to refine elements tagged with natural=grassland.


  • grassland=dehesa — natural grasslands of southern Europe (mostly Portugal and Spain), see  Dehesa and Montado on Wikipedia.
  • grassland=dune — sand dunes that are in the process of being stabilized by pioneer vegetation.
  • grassland=grey_dune — fixed, stable sand dunes that are covered by a continuous layer of herbaceous vegetation.
  • grassland=moor — habitat found in upland areas characterised by low-growing vegetation on acidic soils.
  • grassland=oak_savanna — lightly forested grassland where oaks are the dominant trees (mostly in North America), see oak savanna on Wikipedia.
  • grassland=pampas — natural grasslands of southern South America (mostly Argentina).
  • grassland=prairie — natural grasslands of central North America.
  • grassland=puna — natural grasslands of central Andes Mountains of South America.
  • grassland=puszta — natural grasslands of central Europe (mostly Hungary).
  • grassland=savanna — natural grasslands of east Africa.
  • grassland=steppe — natural grasslands of central Eurasia and western North America.
  • grassland=tussock — natural grasslands consisting of singular plants which grow as bunches and do not form a flat lawn, see Tussock on Wikipedia.
  • grassland=veld — natural grasslands of southern Africa, mainly South Africa.