Geological applications using geospatial standards - an example from OneGeology-Europe and GeoSciML

@article{Laxton2010GeologicalAU,
  title={Geological applications using geospatial standards - an example from OneGeology-Europe and GeoSciML},
  author={John Laxton and Jean-Jacques Serrano and Agnes Tellez-Arenas},
  journal={Int. J. Digital Earth},
  year={2010},
  volume={3},
  pages={31-49}
}
GeoSciML has been developed to enable the interchange of geoscience information, principally that portrayed on geological maps as well as boreholes. A GeoSciML testbed was developed both to test the implementation of the data model and its application in web services. The OneGeology-Europe project aims to use the GeoSciML data model, and build on the experience of the GeoSciML testbed, in implementing a geoportal for a harmonised geological map of Europe at 1:1 million scale. This involves the… CONTINUE READING
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