Tag:wetland=mud

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Description
Fresh water muddy areas Edit or translate this description.
Group: Wetland
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should not be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
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Indicates an Fresh water muddy areas covered with mud, that is wet, water saturated fine grained soil without significant plant growth. Mud natural=wetland+natural=mud can flow smoothly into the marsh natural=wetland+wetland=marsh

We can find in the river, lakes shoreline.

Areas of mud are a type of wetland, which we can divide into: natural=wetland + wetland=tidalflat Saltwater muddy areas. Tied with sea tides. natural=wetland + wetland=mud Freshwater muddy areas. Found in the riverside lakes, lakes.


How to map

Draw an area area around the grounds of the mud and add natural=wetland + wetland=mud.

See also

Rendering

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