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Meaning of colors for wells in the map

Added by Giulio Di Anastasio 12 months ago. Updated 12 months ago.

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Wells in the map are represented with different colors: blue, gray, brown, yellow, red.
While it is clear that gray means that no monitoring ever happened, and blue means that the well has been monitored for some time, and yellow means that the level iks below sea level, still it remains unclear what is the meaning of red color (see for example in Discipline) and brown color (see Aurovelo, id 76).

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Legend.png View (48.1 KB) Philippe May, 10/12/2020 11:32

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#1 Updated by Philippe May 12 months ago

  • Assignee changed from Philippe May to Giulio Di Anastasio
  • Red: dry. Either it's marked explicitly dry in the last level reading, or the level measured is lower than the known depth. For Discipline: depth is 12m, but the level of water measured is around 16m.
  • Brown: not in use.

#2 Updated by Philippe May 12 months ago

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I quickly added an option for viewing the legend.

When a well is selected, on the bottom panel:
  • click the "info" (I) button
  • then click the 4th tab (legend).

See the attached picture.

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