Issue 13536

Georeference displaced in map. One example docu...

Reporter: feedback bot
Assignee: fmendez
Type: Bug
Summary: Georeference displaced in map.    One example docu...
Priority: Blocker
Resolution: Fixed
Status: Closed
Created: 2013-07-29 16:22:04.285
Updated: 2013-08-23 12:37:19.107
Resolved: 2013-08-19 15:10:04.594
Description: Georeference displaced in map.

One example documented  with differences in the display of  geo-referenced data in the map in both portals.

Correct: Current GBIF-Data-Portal: Geo-Reference displayed correctly in Google maps, Geo-Reference cross-checked with display in Google Earth
Locality: Feuerlöschteich auf dem Gelände des OSZ Bautechnik, Staaken, Berlin
Latitude: 52.5242; Longitude: 13.13579

Displaced in New GBIF-Data Portal
Displayed data: 13,136, 52,524 (± 0.25)
Display in Open street map *displaced* (c. 50 - 60 km south-east of Berlin), display in map seems to be approx. 52° Lat., 13° Long but not the data from the GBIF-Cache respectively the original data.

Kind regards,

*Reporter*: Wolf-Henning Kusber
*E-mail*: []]]>

Created: 2013-07-30 10:19:17.938
Updated: 2013-07-30 10:19:17.938
To me the location looks the same in both portals. But the OpenStreetMap background layer does not have any pond in it and there is no sattelite view available, so its hard to see. From the relative position to street names it seems to be correct though.

The current background layer for the maps will be replaced and is an interim solution. We should make sure to provide at least a real satellite background. Personally I'd love to have the option to use a good topographic map with contour lines.

Comment: Confirmed I see same as Markus.  Emailed reporter and waiting for confirmation
Created: 2013-08-19 13:00:48.837
Updated: 2013-08-19 13:00:48.837

Comment: Fixed with thanks to the investigative help from Wolf-Henning and Jörg
Created: 2013-08-19 15:10:04.641
Updated: 2013-08-19 15:10:04.641