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Register: observable properties

URI: http://registry.it.csiro.au/def/environment/property

A collection of observable properties. This vocabulary defines terms for observed properties originally used for groundwater, surface water and marine water quality observations. Most PropertyKinds are associated with a Species object via the objectOfInterest property or a real-world Feature via the featureOfInterest property. The sub-class of PropertyKinds that can be measured are ScaledQuantityKinds, which have appropriate units of measure (qudt:unit property). This water quality ontology re-uses the Quantities, Units, Dimensions, Data Types (QUDT) ontology which is developed by TopQuadrant and NASA.

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is a Register | Container
category marine and coast | Water | land use | Soil | sustainable development | nature and biodiversity | Air
owned by csiro
license http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
last changed on 17 May 2017 06:39:46.321
submitted bySimon Cox
accepted on 7 Dec 2015 04:27:08.929

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date accepted 7 Dec 2015 04:27:08.929
date submitted 7 Dec 2015 04:26:23.391
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entity observable properties
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description A collection of observable properties. This vocabulary defines terms for observed properties originally used for groundwater, surface water and marine water quality observations. Most PropertyKinds are associated with a Species object via the objectOfInterest property or a real-world Feature via the featureOfInterest property. The sub-class of PropertyKinds that can be measured are ScaledQuantityKinds, which have appropriate units of measure (qudt:unit property). This water quality ontology re-uses the Quantities, Units, Dimensions, Data Types (QUDT) ontology which is developed by TopQuadrant and NASA.
item class Register
label observable properties
notation property
register environment
status status stable
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account name simon.cox@csiro.au
name Simon Cox

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category marine and coast | Water | land use | Soil | sustainable development | nature and biodiversity | Air
comment A collection of observable properties
contributor eReefs project
created 2013-06-01
creator Bruce A Simons | simon cox | Jonathan Yu | Simon J D Cox | jonathan yu
description A collection of observable properties. This vocabulary defines terms for observed properties originally used for groundwater, surface water and marine water quality observations. Most PropertyKinds are associated with a Species object via the objectOfInterest property or a real-world Feature via the featureOfInterest property. The sub-class of PropertyKinds that can be measured are ScaledQuantityKinds, which have appropriate units of measure (qudt:unit property). This water quality ontology re-uses the Quantities, Units, Dimensions, Data Types (QUDT) ontology which is developed by TopQuadrant and NASA.
entity type observations and measurements | properties and attributes
feature rDF xML | Turtle | rDF jSON
hierarchy child property member
hierarchy root type Collection
label observable properties
license http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
member C15 - C28 hydrocarbon fraction concentration | actinide concentration | absorption by particles | air temperature | absorption by coloured and detrital matter | C10 - C236 hydrocarbon fraction concentration | absorption by phytoplankton | alkali metal concentration | total absorption | C6 - C9 hydrocarbon fraction concentration | air pressure | C29 - C36 hydrocarbon fraction concentration | absorption by non-algal particles | aldrin concentration | 36Cl_Cl ratio | active sediment layer thickness | C10 - C14 hydrocarbon fraction concentration | absorption by colored dissolved organic matter | acenaphthylene concentration | p h
modified 17 May 2017 06:39:46.321
open search description wq opensearch.xml
owner csiro
pref label observable properties
prior version wq quantity.ttl
publisher augov
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see also qudt.org
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subject observations and measurements | water quality | Analyte | Observable
type Register | Container
uri space http://registry.it.csiro.au/def/environmentproperty/
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