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Ofcourse, you need to keep in mind that there is a vertical uncertainty of a few metres inherent in the geoid with respect to which SRTM data is...
You might be interested to know that in Australia and NZ, the SRTM elevation data is used by actuaries to determine the sea level rise risk...
SRTM is a pretty shitty source for contours at that scale. In fact, these days, in developed nations, it should be an obsolete source of elevation...
Pretty gross tbh, a lake boundary intersecting elevation contours...?
Open access to data is good, yes. But there's a lot to be said for having an authoritative topographic product.
It's a massive bummer, is what it is.
Madness on many levels.
Australia showing once again how backward you are when it comes to just about everything geospatial.
Nah Speights is alright.
Their pilsner is actually pretty good.
I remember when a jug of Speights was $5, or $6 if you were somewhere fancy.
Yes. They ****ed.
The trick to not getting core shots is to be going fast and to be light on your feet when you hit the rocks.
metal p-tex scraper = wax scraper.
I got a swix starter kit years back and have built up on that. The iron that came with that is...
welcome to nz.
Makes a lot of sense. A lot of hard skiing skiers I know swear by them.
Right now, I agree. But I still expect it will happen.
I mean, we already do it, inadvertently.