: Public <<FeatureType>> Class
Created: 2012.02.21 16:29:04
Modified: 2012.12.05 12:45:54
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Documentation from INSPIRE:<br /></p><p>-- Name --<br /></p><p>Soil layer<br /></p><p><br /></p><p>-- Definition --<br /></p><p>domain of a soil with a certain vertical extension developed through non-pedogenic processes, displaying an unconformity to possibly over- or underlying adjacent domains.<br /></p><p><br /></p><p>-- Description --<br /></p><p>NOTE1 Different kinds of layer concepts are covered by this definition. <br /></p><p><br /></p><p>EXAMPLE 1 Geogenic layers: These are domains, resulting from e.g. sedimentation (as non-pedogenic) processes, that display an unconformity to possibly over- or underlying adjacent domains.<br /></p><p><br /></p><p>EXAMPLE 2 Topsoil and Subsoil: These can be domains that group different soil horizon types (e.g. A vs. B horizons), or a special case of fixed depths with only two depth ranges (e.g. 0-15 cm: topsoil and, 15-75 cm: subsoil).<br /></p><p><br /></p><p>EXAMPLE 3 Depth intervals: They are often used in soil monitoring, sampling of contaminated sites and in modelling and include: (i) depth increments (also called fixed depths) that are often used for sampling, e.g. 0-30cm, 30-60cm, and so on, (ii) a single depth range in which a soil sample (”specimen”) is taken and for which the analytical result is valid, and (iii) soil slicing, that is, profile segmentation according to a specified vector, for instance, either regularly spaced intervals (1cm), or a user-defined vector of segment boundaries (i.e. 0-10, 10-25, 25-50, 50-100). Slicing is used in modelling to generate continuous depth functions for soil properties.<br /></p><p><br /></p><p>EXAMPLE 4: In the framework of soils deeply modified by human activity, artificial layers may be due to different kinds of deposits (concrete, bricks, …). <br /></p><p>SOURCE WD ISO28258<br /></p><p><br /></p><p>For OzSoilML a Soil Horizon is considered a further specialization of a SoilLayer<br /></p>
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Public EffervescenceTerm
  carbonateEffervescence
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inlineOrByReference=byReference
isMetadata=false
sequenceNumber=1
Notes: The effervescence of carbonate in fine earth (ASLS Field Handbook p198)
Element Source Role Target Role
«DataType» Roots
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Name: rootComponent
 
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«DataType» SoilPan
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Name: panDescription
 
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byValuePropertyType false
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isCollection false
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noPropertyType false
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xsdEncodingRule iso19136_2007
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Object Type Connection Direction Notes
«FeatureType» SoilHorizon Class Generalization From  
«FeatureType» SoilProfileElement Class Generalization To