it's a grassland/steppe, but we don't have a category for it
We've noticed this a few times now. Anyone with objections to creating a new category called "Tundra and steppe" already?
Of course not! So, as "Grassland" or "Grassland and Tundra" or "Rather sparse and not too undulated landscapes"? :-D
I wonder if some of our "problems" derive from not adopting existing "top down" categorisations?
We could try at the end to see whether there are enough existing of these to cover all that we have now. Maybe there is a geological one the covers mountain, eroded, karst etc
Karst and Eroded already sound enough similar to be conflated in one category; Mountai nseems different. But for the former, the distinction could perhaps be changed to something like subterranean vs. open air. Also, I continue advocating soemthing like "Earth's evolution" for those geological sites whose OUV is not identified in their specific geological nature or landscape, but in their role to highlight much wider processes. And there are many!
A personal reason for spending time on this "categorization exercise" is the extra knowledge sometimes acquired by so doing. In particular - about some of the little "gems" residing unknown and unheralded on the TList (at least - to me!).
Yes, I am also appreciating this aspect a lot, and even more so since I didn't take part in the T-list project of some months ago!
Now, I'd like to pursue my journey around M taking care of the remaining sites of Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Mauritania, Mauritius, Moldavia, Monaco, Mozambique and Myanmar. Lots of Africa in it, and I am excite to sieve through Myanmar/Burma! :-)
PS: I read only after, @Solivagant
, so I'll just go through Ms before