The Geological Survey of Queensland's profile of several specifications to characterise a borehole. This profile contains alignments to specifications that it does not directly profile but is informed by, such as GeoSciML.
The namespace containing CORVEG vocabularies.
Types of regions of space classified by dimensionality.
These classifications are taken from the Basic Formal Ontology's Spatial Region class hierarchy but presented here as a SKOS ConceptScheme, not as an OWL ontology.
Methods used to create samples of geological features via seismic waves
Methods used to create samples.
The sorts of samples of most interest to the creators of this vocabulary - the Geological Survey of Queensland - are mining industry samples, such as rocks and oil, however this vocabulary could and should be used to contain methods for all types of samples: data samples, population samples, etc.
The lifecycle stage of a mining survey
Types of samples relevant to the mining industry
In general mineral or energy rights 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.
Mining industry report types tendered to the Geological Survey of Queensland
Lithology terms recognised by the Geological Survey of Queensland