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I could not download "original boundaries" (it seems the link is broken), but this is what I got (I think the same as @cengel) with data provided on second link (+ the .dbf file link): require(rgdal) require(maptools) require(ggplot2) require(plyr) # Reading municipal boundaries esp = readOGR(dsn="C:\\...\\boundaries", ...


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You should use the Dissolve tool. By default, this will create multipart features where your stands are separated by a small gap. This is what you want for your case. You can elect to dissolve everything or by a common attribute. After dissolving you will get an accurate areas calculation. Dissolve is available in all licence types. Aggregate Polygons ...



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