Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Iori, Nov 23, 2011.
becuause i want to see what it looks like on a globe
How would that work
by using gprojector
should we get rid of the reefs that aren't present 24/7? Many of them are underwater for the duration of a day and only really come out at low tide.
I was looking around australia and I can't find them visible in many many maps, including google maps.
And since I'm on the topic of Australia, does anyone have a good map for their style of reservation systems?
Apparently Myanmar is far from complete. Naga Self Administered Zone, for instance, carries three townships in Sagiang Region, while Chin State has three districts instead of two (and that's before we move on to its townships, which are not even touched upon).
Link for a map of Myanmar's districts (outdated in terms of Sagiang Region, but enough for Chin State): https://myanmar.unfpa.org/sites/default/files/pub-pdf/Chin State Census Report - ENGLISH.pdf
Scroll it to page 3 for the districts; Chin State's townships are on page 4.
Link for a map of Myanmar's townships: https://data2.unhcr.org/en/documents/download/50050
Edit: Also, Wa Self Administered Division is likely to be de facto independent as the Wa State (but the sources are quite conflicting on this issue).
About the GBR maybe we could use this map as a base. About indigenous territory I've only found contradictory sources.
So we basically can get rid of them all from what it looks like.
We could indeed as we have no colour for "temporary land masses" like we do with water.
reefs sound something for the river basin qbam, or the topographic qbam. So, I think we should remove the reefs from the main qbam or get another color for them
How about this?
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So should we standarise the reef colour I posted early on and apply it?
Latest river map? Without country borders?
I've just realized Oman is missing 2 provinces that were created in 2011.
This map apparently shows the Aboriginal reserves of Australia. It seems those of Queensland and S. Australia are already present in the Q-BAM, but labeled as normal second-level subdivisons.
I also found one but it seems different from that one https://assets.nationbuilder.com/th...Protected_Areas__July_2015_(1).jpg?1455153180
The map I posted is from the 70's or the 80's so I guess it's outdated and we should use yours.
More Reservations for the US with counties. I got a lot of them, but there's just so many that it's becoming tedious
Does anyone have or have a link to a world map with rivers?
Separate names with a comma.