The Environmental Applications Reference Thesaurus (EARTh) has been compiled and is maintained by the CNR-IIA-EKOLab to facilitate the indexing, retrieval, harmonizing and integration of human- and machine-readable environmental information from disparate sources, across the cultural and linguistic barriers. Ownership of such material always remains with the CNR-IIA-EKOLab.

EARTh has been made available as linked data as an activity within the European Project NatureSDIPlus (ECP-2007-GEO-317007)

Data and Resources

Additional Info

Field Value
Author Paolo Plini (CNR-IIA-EKOLab)
Maintainer Riccardo Albertoni (CNR-IMATI-GE), Monica De Martino (CNR-IMATI-GE)
Version Linked Data 1.4, 2013-06-04
links:agrovoc-skos 1458
links:dbpedia 1862
links:eurovoc-in-skos 1346
links:gemet 4365
links:umthes 2970
shortname EARTh
triples 133315