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When viewing the Map of Tasmania, Australia the vegetation follows an unnaturally straight line down the middle of the land mass. If I had to guess it appears to be cut off at the boundary of the potential source file (tasmania south east).

How can this be remedied? It appears too complex to fix manually and seems to require reprocessing of the original source data, can anyone point me to someone who can help?

asked 27 Mar '17, 05:12

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I would suggest discussing your request on the Australian mailing list talk-au, see lists.openstreetmap.org as you are more likely to find help there.

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answered 27 Mar '17, 20:04

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