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* Update crs default value in cross_section_ppi

The new default value for crs in cross_section_ppi is "None":
crs = kwargs.get("crs", "None")

This fixes an issue with the altitude value of the georeferenced object.

* Update

added note on new default value for crs in cross_section_ppi

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