EPSG:1094

High Water

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Data source: OGP

Information source: IHO Dictionary, S-32, 5th Edition, 2251.

Revision date: 2017-07-14

Scope: Hydrography and Nautical Charting, mostly in harbour and river engineering.

Remarks: Users are advised to not use this generic vertical datum but to define explicit realizations of high water by specifying location and epoch, for instance "High water at xxx during yyyy-yyyy".

Area of use: World.

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WGS84 bounds:
179.9 -85.0
-179.9 85.0

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  <gml:scope>Hydrography and Nautical Charting, mostly in harbour and river engineering.</gml:scope>
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