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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 firstly made available as linked data as an activity within the European Project NatureSDIPlus (ECP-2007-GEO-317007). It is currently maintained in the context of LusTRE, a framework under development within the EU project eENVplus (CIP-ICT-PSP grant No. 325232) that aims at combining existing thesauri to support the management of environmental resources. LusTRE considers the heterogeneity in scopes and levels of abstraction of environmental thesauri as an asset when managing environmental data, it exploits linked data best practices SKOS (Simple Knowledge Organization System) and RDF (Resource Description Framework) in order to provide a multi-thesauri solution for INSPIRE data themes related to the environment.

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Felt Verdi
Forfatter CNR-IIA-EKOLab (Paolo Plini)
Vedlikeholdes av CNR-IMATI-GE (Riccardo Albertoni), CNR-IMATI-GE (Monica De Martino)
Versjon Linked Data 1.2, 2011-04-01
Last Updated 20. november 2014, 12:37
Opprettet 6. september 2010, 10:31
links:GEMET 1000
shortname EARTh
triples 20000
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