EX VerticalExtent

From NOAA Environmental Data Management Wiki

Minimum and maximum vertical extent of the resource. Recommended if your resource has vertical coverage.

Elements Definition and Recommended Practice
1 minimumValue 1 Lowest vertical extent contained in the dataset. Example:3600
2 maximumValue 1 Highest vertical extent contained in the dataset. Example:3100
3 verticalCRS 1 Vertical coordinate reference system. Recommend referencing EPSG codes with an XLink instead of populating this section. Example:

<gmd:verticalCRS xlink:href="http://www.epsg-registry.org/export.htm?gml=urn:ogc:def:crs:EPSG::5715" xlink:title="msl depth in meters" xlink:actuate="onRequest"/>

Community Requirements

M = Mandatory; C = Conditional; R = Recommended; blank cell = user discretion



Community Element M/C/R Notes
NOAA Completeness Rubric V2 minimumValue M Same requirements as the ISO standard
maximumValue
verticalCRS
OneStop Project minimumValue M Same requirements as the ISO standard
maximumValue
verticalCRS

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