This profile of the Quantities, Units, Dimensions & Types ontology and vocabularies lists those elements deemed by the profile creators to be of relevance to the geosciences.
The types of commodities in geoscience. Commodities have economic signifiance and are separate from host rock, accessory non-economic minerals, or other associated materials that are not commoditised. The commodity vocabulary is hierarchical, to represent each commodity as a member of a commodity category (eg, base metal, precious metal, industrial mineral, energy).
A vocabulary of minerals
This is a request to create a namespace for the AusPix DGGS ontology
Plant health surveillance is conducted by biosecurity agencies and industry to maintain food quality, prevent the spread of pests and facilitate trade in foodstuffs. The term Pest Record is defined in ISPM 6. International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPMs) are standards adopted by the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM), which is the governing body of the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC).
This dataset considers each GeoFoI to be a specialised form of the SOSA Ontology's Feature of Interest, which allows them to be associated with property obsesrvations.
A set of controlled vocabularies to drive TERN's various downstream applications.
TERN vocabularies also serve as an upper vocabulary for the new Ecology Data Platform at TERN. Vocabularies for different ecological data sources will be mapped to the TERN set of vocabularies such as the TERN "Observable properties" for vocabulary/dataset harmonisation.
A vocabulary of Temporal Reference Systems intended to use with the Time Ontology in OWL which has a class time:TRS but no Named Individuals.
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.
An extensions ontology adding new properties, axioms and classes to [GeoSPARQL](http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/geosparql).
This ontology allows for the representation of additional elements of feature geometry, such as spatial-resolution, length, area and volume.