Bio-geographical Region - Spatial object type

Definition: An area in which there are relatively homogeneous ecological conditions with common characteristics.

Description: EXAMPLE Europe is divided into eleven broad bio-geographical terrestrial zones and 5 zones for marine bio-geographical regions. NOTE The marine regions are used in the context of Natura2000 due to practical / technical reasons only; they do not have any legal status in contrast to the "terrestrial" Bio-geographical Regions.

INSPIRE Data Theme: Bio-geographical Regions - [INSPIRE Data Theme Bio-geographical Regions]

INSPIRE Application schema: Bio-geographical Regions - [INSPIRE Application schema Bio-geographical Regions]


Attributes

Definition: External object identifier of the spatial object.

Description: An external object identifier is a unique object identifier published by the responsible body, which may be used by external applications to reference the spatial object. The identifier is an identifier of the spatial object, not an identifier of the real-world phenomenon.

Multiplicity: 0...1

Valuetype: Identifier

Definition: The geometry defining the ecological region.

Multiplicity: 1

Valuetype: GM_MultiSurface

Definition: Regionclass code, according to a classification scheme.

Multiplicity: 1

Valuetype: RegionClassificationValue

Definition: Classification scheme used for classifying regions.

Multiplicity: 1

Valuetype: RegionClassificationSchemeValue

Definition: The classification level of the region class.

Multiplicity: 1

Stereotypes: voidable

Valuetype: RegionClassificationLevelValue

Definition: Date and time at which this version of the spatial object was inserted or changed in the spatial data set.

Multiplicity: 1

Stereotypes: voidable

Valuetype: DateTime

Definition: Date and time at which this version of the spatial object was superseded or retired in the spatial data set.

Multiplicity: 0...1

Stereotypes: voidable

Valuetype: DateTime



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