Lost River

Lost River from Sansara

a Geographic structure is a map feature that cannot be clearly separated by sim boundaries. Geographic structures can be found inside a single sim or they can cover multiple sims. It is found inside a single grid structure, like a Continent, a Subcontinent or a Microcontinent and it has a continuous shape.

Delimitation Edit

Unlike a Subcontinent, a Geographic structure is not separated by sim boundaries. Its borders can be made of ground text features, parcel borders, buildings, shorelines or variations in altitude or declivity.

Examples Edit

All Geographic structures are listed on List Of Geographic Structures.

There are many examples of Geographic structures that can be found throughout the grid, but mainly on continents:

Rivers Edit

A river crosses many sims, but it is a sharp stretch of water. There are, also, dried rivers.

Mountains Edit

Mountains can exist inside a single sim or they can form a complex mountain range (see Mountains Of Heterocera. Their borders are not made by sim boundaries, but by surrounding plains, plateaus or waterways.

Islands Edit

An island is separated by water and can be found in one or more sims.

Communities Edit

The East River Community is a good example, it stretches on many sims, but there are parcels almost in each sim that are not owned by the community.

See Also Edit

Second Life Geography



List Of Subcontinents

List Of Microcontinents And Sim Clusters

List Of Geographic Structures

List Of Continents

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