CI Citation

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CI_Citation is used throughout the standard to provide information about papers (scientific, user guides...) or to provide cite-able information about the resource (a dataset, service...).
Go to: CI_Citation for MD_DataIdentification for specific guidance on how to use this section for documenting a resource in MD_DataIdentification.

Elements Definition and Recommended Practice
1 title 1 Name by which the cited resource is known.
2 alternateTitle 0..* Short name or other language name by which the cited information is known.
3 date 1..* Date of publication, creation or revision.
If the publication or creation date is "unknown" or "inapplicable" then use the gco:nilReason attribute instead of gco:Date. Whenever possible, also include both creation date and revision date.
4 edition 0..1 Current version of the cited resource.
5 editionDate (choose one)
0..1 Date or Date and Time of the version.
6 identifier 0..* Unique identifier used to reference the data, such as a DOI.
7 citedResponsibleParty 0..* Individual or organization that is responsible for publishing the resource and URL to resource.
8 presentationForm 0..* The physical or digital form in which the resource is available.
9 series 0..1 Information about the series or collection of which the resource is a part.
10 otherCitationDetails 0..1 Other information required to complete the citation that is not recorded elsewhere.
11 collectiveTitle 0..1 Information about the combined resource if which the resource is a part. The description may include information on other volumes which are also available.
12 ISBN 0..1 International Standard Book Number
13 ISSN 0..1 International Standard Serial Number


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Examples Date:
date:  (CI_Date)
date:  2004-03
dateType:  (CI_DateTypeCode) publication
Edition:
Volume 85, Issue 3
citedResponsibleParty:
 (CI_ResponsibleParty)
organisationName:  Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
role:  (CI_RoleCode) publisher
citedResponsibleParty:  (CI_ResponsibleParty)
organisationName: (missing)
contactInfo:  (CI_Contact)
onlineResource:  (CI_OnlineResource)
linkage: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-85-3-409      
name:  SEAFLUX
description:  A science paper about a high-resolution satellite-based dataset 
of surface turbulent fluxes over the global oceans to complement the existing 
products for surface radiation fluxes and precipitation.
function:  (CI_OnLineFunctionCode) information
role: (missing)

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