Hill Reclassifications


This part of the Mapping Mountains blog details hill reclassifications for listings that I am associated with.  These include those initiated by surveys with the Trimble GeoXH 6000, those from analysis of LIDAR data, those from map study and those from other accurate surveys.

The individual Hill Reclassification posts that have been published on Mapping Mountains are grouped together and appear under their classification in their respective hill lists.  The Hill Reclassification posts can be accessed from the hill list titles that appear below.





The 500-Metre Tops of Ireland 

Authors:  Michael Dewey and Myrddyn Phillips





Y Pellennig – The Remotest Hills of Wales 

Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams





The Welsh 500m P15s (Yr Uchafion) 

Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams





700m Twmpau – The 700m Hills of Wales 

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips





500m Twmpau – The 500m Hills of Wales 

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips





Y Pedwarau – The 400m Hills of Wales (1st - 45th reclassification) 

Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams





Y Pedwarau – The 400m Hills of Wales (46th -  reclassification) 

Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams




The Fours – The 400m Hills of England 

Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams





Y Trichant – The 300m Hills of Wales 

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips





200m Twmpau – The 200m Hills of Wales 

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips





100m Twmpau – The 100m Hills of Wales 

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips





30m-99m Twmpau – The 30m-99m Hills of Wales 

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips





Y Trechol – The Dominant Hills of Wales 

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips






Humps 

Author:  Mark Jackson (25.11.17 publication)

















































































































































































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