The limit of GATE is the extent of the structure.
If GATE is associated with a 1-dimensional feature,
Then GATE is represented as a 0-dimensional basic feature object.
If GATE is associated with a 2-dimensional feature,
Then GATE is represented as a 1-dimensional basic feature object.
If GATE is a floodgate or of unspecified type and is ≥ 0.02" along the longest axis,
or If GATE is a tidegate and is on a 2-dimensional STREAM/RIVER which is ≥
1.32" along the longest axis,
or if GATE is a drydock gate and it is associated with a non-floating DRYDOCK
that meets capture conditions, or If GATE is a lockgate and is associated with a
lock that is ≥ 0.025" along the shortest axis, then capture.
Source Interpretation Guidelines
If GATE is associated with a hydrographic feature,
Then collect in the theme Hydrography.
GATE is captured as a straight chain across the end of LOCK CHAMBER.
If GATE is associated with a transportation feature,
Then collect in the theme Transportation.
If GATE has been symbolized by a single V-shaped symbol and is on a 2
dimensional feature (such as a DRYDOCK gate), then capture GATE as a line from
bank to bank, tangent to the apex of the symbol and perpendicular to a line
bisecting the symbol.
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