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North of Oslo / Bergen can be found on the topographic map of Norway no details! This fault extends over the entire northern part of all the continents! Why are these parts? Thank you!

asked 19 Jun '12, 19:19

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The only datasource of topographic information in the world that are free to use is Nasa's SRTM (Shuttle Radar Topography Mission). This have the problem of not covering the northern and southern part (past 60 degrees N/S) of the globe.

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answered 19 Jun '12, 19:43

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edited 19 Jun '12, 22:34

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I've not used it myself, but this message about ASTER data north of 60 degrees did pop up on the mkgmap mailing list a while back.

(19 Jun '12, 23:37) SomeoneElse ♦
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