The CCI Geophysical Quantity Concept Scheme

IRI:
http://vocab-test.ceda.ac.uk/scheme/cci/dataType
Date:
2017-01-24
Current Version:
0.0.1
Authors:
Science and Technology Facilities Council
Publisher:
STFC
Other visualisations:
Concept scheme source json, rdf, ttl
SPARQL endpoint, dataset:vocab, graph:http://vocab-test.ceda.ac.uk/vocab/data/cci

Abstract

This concept scheme represents the data types used by the CCI project

Table of Content

  1. Introduction
  2. Concept Schemes
  3. Concepts
  4. Namespace Declarations
  5. Acknowledgements

Introduction

The CCI concept schemes are used to define concepts within an element of a Directory Reference Scheme. There are currently eight concept schemes defined: data type, ecv, frequency, institutes, platforms, processing levels, products, and sensors. The use of a concept scheme allows easy navigation up and down the tree.

SKOS Navigation Down the Concept Scheme
SKOS Navigation Up the Concept Scheme

As well as being concepts the the concepts are also named individuals of the CCI Ontology classes.

OWL Classes

Concept Schemes

Geophysical Quantityback to ToC or Concept Schemes ToC

IRI: http://vocab-test.ceda.ac.uk/scheme/cci/dataType

The main data type in a data set used by the ESA Climate Change Initiative (CCI).
version
0.0.1
creator
Science and Technology Facilities Council
type
http://www.w3.org/2004/02/skos/core#ConceptScheme
has top concepts
absorbing aerosol index, absorption by coloured dissolved organic matter, absolute dynamic topography, multiple aerosol products, stratospheric aerosol extinction profile, condition albedo, all, aerosol optical depth, absorption by phytoplankton, total absorption, aerosol type, condition fire (burned area), total backscattering, cloud effective radius, cloud cover, glacier calving front location, column-averaged dry air mole fraction of CH4, phytoplankton chlorophyll-a concentration, multiple cloud products, column-averaged dry air mole fraction of CO2, cloud optical thickness, cloud top height, cloud top pressure, cloud top temperature, glacier area, glacier grounding line location, gravimetric mass balance, inherent optical properties, ice sheet velocity, cloud ice water path, joint cloud physical properties, spectral attenuation coefficient for downwelling irradiance, leaf area Index, land cover classification system, ozone limb profile, cloud liquid water path, land cover map, mean sea level, maps of sea level anomalies, mean sea level amplitude and phase, mean sea level trends, condition normalised difference vegetation index, normalised water leaving radiance, ozone nadir profile, multiple products (chla, nlw, IOPs, etc), remote sensing reflectance, ice sheet surface elevation change, sea ice concentration, sea ice extent, sea ice thickness, sea level anomaly, condition snow, surface reflectance, corrected sea surface height, surface soil moisture degree of saturation absolute, surface soil moisture degree of saturation anomalies, surface soil moisture volumetric absolutes, surface soil moisture volumetric anomalies, sea water temperature, sea surface foundation temperature, sea surface temperature, sea surface skin temperature, sea surface subskin temperature, soil water index degree of saturation absolute, soil water index degree of saturation anomalie, soil water index volumetric absolute, soil water index volumetric anomalies, ozone total column, backscattering by particulate matter, condition water (water bodies)
date
2017-01-24

Concepts

Namespace Declarations back to ToC

default namespace
http://vocab-test.ceda.ac.uk/scheme/cci
gcos
http://vocab-test.ceda.ac.uk/scheme/gcos
dc
http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/
owl
http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#
rdf
http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#
rdfs
http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#
skos
http://www.w3.org/2004/02/skos/core#

Acknowledgements back to ToC

Victoria Bennet