Oh, that looks very useful. Nice find there Su_Liam.
The cpt-city site is an excellent source for good gradients for use in hypsometric mapping.
I recently <strike>spent</strike> wasted four days trying to find the site, so I figured I should put it somewhere safe. In all honestly I think it's a perfect fit for Mapping Elements and not something as far as I can tell that has gotten much attention.
This would perhaps be a good place to plop good sources for gradients as we find them.
Thank you for your attention.
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Excellent link, thank you!!
Oh yeah, I remember this place. I did some link hopping way back when RobA posted his thread on gradients and ended up at that place, lots of good stuff there.
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