In general mineral or energy rights (resources) in Australia are reserved to the Crown. The acquisition of rights to minerals or energy stems from legislative frameworks in Queensland. These frameworks provide initially for exploration of the resource, and consist of the grant by the Crown in the form of exploration permits, licences or leases. Exploration permits, leases or licences permit works to be undertaken to determine the likely existence of minerals or resources. Actual mining is subject to a further grant of mining or minerals production leases or licences.
A top-level URI for codelists from ISO19115-1. Each codelist will have a dependent URI like:
- CI_RoleCode -> /def/iso19115-1/RoleCode or /def/iso19115-1/CI_RoleCode
This ontology describes classes of geological and administrative Feature relevant to the duties of the Geological Survey of Queensland.
As subclasses of the GeoSPARQL Ontology's Feature class, this ontology defines Geological Feature and Administrative Feature. Multiple subclasses of those two main classes are also defined.
The Geological Survey of Qld's Datasets Register. The catalogue of datasets is online at https://horizon.gsq.digital/ with individual Datasets having URIs like this:
GSQ will retain the /CLASS/ID part of the catalogue's URIs for use with this PID URI to make URIs like these for the items above:
A SKOS version of the ISO 11179 Annex C Roles and Responsibilities.
Organizational roles associated with Administered Item registration processes. The organizational roles specified are Registration Authority, Registrar, Stewards, Submitters, and Read-only users.
A SKOS version of the DataCite Metadata Schema V 4.3 Table 5 contributorType roles.
The spatial dimentionality (2D, 3D) of a
The status of acceptance of Resource Permits lodged with the Geological Survey of Qld but relevant to all Resource Permits in Qld, wherever lodged.