A Spatial Data Infrastructure Approach for the Characterization of New Zealand's Groundwater Systems

@article{Kmoch2016ASD,
  title={A Spatial Data Infrastructure Approach for the Characterization of New Zealand's Groundwater Systems},
  author={Alexander Kmoch and Hermann Klug and Alistair B. H. Ritchie and Jochen Schmidt and Paul A. White},
  journal={Trans. GIS},
  year={2016},
  volume={20},
  pages={626-641}
}
The future information needs of stakeholders for hydrogeological and hydro-climate data management and assessment in New Zealand may be met with an Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standards-compliant publicly accessible web services framework which aims to provide integrated use of groundwater information and environmental observation data in general. The stages of the framework development described in this article are search and discovery as well as data collection and access with (meta)data… CONTINUE READING
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