GeoSciML - current version 3.2
The current release of GeoSciML is version 3.2, released in August 2013. GeoSciML comprises a package of 13 related modules. Each module covers a particular domain of geoscience, such as geologic units, earth materials, geologic structures, or boreholes.
- Documentation (HTML)
- Enterprise Architect UML project file (EAP)
- XML examples (coming soon)
- Cookbook for GeoSciML web services for INSPIRE
- XSD schemas
GeoSciML v3.2 uses ISO and OGC data standards, including GML v3.2, SWE Common v2, and Observations and Measurements v2.
GeoSciML-Portrayal is a simple features, denormalised view of a small part of the GeoSciML model, including geologic units, contacts, faults and boreholes. It can be used to standardise the interaction (request/response formats) with layer-based Web Map Services (WMS) and simple features Web Feature Services (WFS).
The current version (released July 2013) is version 2.0.1
- Documentation (HTML format)
- Enterprise Architect UML project file (.EAP)
- XSD schema
- Web services cookbook - published by USGIN
Previous versions of GeoSciML
Prior to version 3, GeoSciML was packaged in just 3 modules. XSD schemas of these versions are dependent on WFS v1, GML v3.1. GeoSciML v2 is also dependent Observations and Measurements v1.0.
Last updated: 16 August 2013