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Questions tagged [scotland]

Use this tag for Questions which are specific to the country of Scotland.

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Query SEPA server for river data

The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency has an ARCGis server with river data I'd like to query. https://map.environment.gov.scot/sewebmap/?layers=riverClass At this URL it shows what I want to ...
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Locating a layer to download for my project

I'm trying to find a layer that I can download that will allow me to show the administrative areas of Scotland. I've found plenty sources for downloads but can't seem to find what i'm looking for. ...
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Patchy country polygon after converting ESRI shapefile to KML

My goal is to render the country boundary of Scotland in KML format so I can use it with Google Fusion Tables. I’ve so far managed to do this but with chunks of its surrounding islands missing, so ...
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Accuracy of coordinates from 1960's Scotland?

I have been provided with Lat/Long coordinates from a reference station recorded in 1969. When I plot the coordinates into Google Earth the location appears to be out by c.100m. Is this due to the ...
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Where do I get Elevation Data for Scotland?

So I am new here and I arrived here because I have been searching for quality elevation data for the entire Scotland but I have not succeeded yet. Kindly help if you know where to get the data Raster ...
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Downloading free DEM for Scotland, UK?

I need a DEM file for Scotland, UK. Do you know where I can get it from for free? I need to create a watershed for an area of study.
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Missing Scottish Administrative Data in OS Opendata sets

I'm not sure if this forum is really the correct place to ask, but impertinence would lead me to believe that there may be some one on here that may know the answer. I'm using the Ordnance Survey Open ...