|waterway = drystream|
|A negative form of erosion relief formed by the activity of temporary streams.|
|Used on these elements|
|Tools for this tag|
Use of this tag is discouraged.
- Use waterway=river or waterway=stream + intermittent=yes for intermittent streams and rivers.
- Use natural=valley for valleys that no longer have even intermittent water flow.
- See natural=gully for a small scale cut in relief created by water erosion.
Dry stream bed - negative forms of erosion relief formed by the activity of temporary streams.
Small dry natural channels formed by temporary water streams can be found at the bed of ravines and small valleys, river terraces and on the valley slopes. These landforms characterized by small plunging, tortuosity and similar appearance.
- "waterway=drystream used in the designation of those dry stream beds, where there is no water for several years. To indicate seasonal streams, which is the item hydrography, use tags waterway=stream + intermittent=yes"
- "Those dry channels can be filled with water during snow melting and heavy rains. If they stay filled with water more than 3-4 weeks, then tags waterway=stream + intermittent=* should be used."
How to map
Use width=* to specify approximate channel width.
Dry streams are not currently rendered in standard tile layer.