[OSGeo-Discuss] OpenLayers WMS OSM is LonLat in water?

Fawcett, David (MPCA) David.Fawcett at state.mn.us
Wed Oct 10 11:35:54 PDT 2012

I don't know what scale that you want to work at, or if you need inland water data also, but you might want to check out the Natural Earth data set.  The license is very liberal (PD).

Here is a link to the 1:10M scale oceans data:  http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-ocean/


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could someone let me know how I could find out if a chosen LonLat is in water?  I looked at the GetFeatureInfo example, but it only applies to Tasmania map.  I have not been able to  find a worldwide map to use GetFeatureInfo assuming this is the right way to go.
Thank you 

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