Proposed features/Tag:natural=mean high water neaps

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Tag:natural=mean_high_water_neaps
Status: Draft (under way)
Proposed by: Iagocasabiell
Tagging: natural=mean_high_water_neaps
Applies to: Way
Definition: Line along the coast at high tide when the tide range is least. The height of mean high water neaps is the average throughout a year of the heights of two successive high waters during those periods of 24 hours (approximately once a fortnight) when the range of the tide is least. See springs and neaps.
Drafted on: 2019-9-5
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Line along the coast at high tide when the tide range is least. The height of mean high water neaps is the average throughout a year of the heights of two successive high waters during those periods of 24 hours (approximately once a fortnight) when the range of the tide is least. See springs and neaps. Edit this description in the wiki page. Edit this description in the data item.
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Proposal

natural=mean_high_water_neaps is proposed as a way to tag the Mean High Water Neaps, or High Tide Line when the tidal range is least.

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