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P01 Vocabulary - Facet Search on Semantic Components

P01 Vocabulary - Facet Search on Semantic Components

The P01 Parameter Usage Vocabulary is based on a semantic model. This model uses a defined set of controlled vocabularies (the semantic components). The Facet Search below facilitates you to search for specific existing P01 terms using components for drilling down.

Are you missing specific P01 terms in the vocabulary, then you can compose and submit new terms for review and uptake using the P01 Vocabulary Builder tool.

Conceptid (454)Preflabel
PHTLMP02pH (total scale) {pH[T]} of the sediment pore water by model prediction
PHTLSDWCpH (total scale) standard deviation {pH[T]} of the water body by computation
PHTLWCALpH (total scale) {pH[T]} of the water body by computation
PHWSED01pH (unspecified scale) of the wet sediment
PHXXPR01pH (unspecified scale) of the water body by pH electrode
PHXXSP01pH (unspecified scale) of the water body by spectrophotometry
PHXXSP02pH (total scale) {pH[T]} of the water body by spectrophotometry
PHXXSP03pH (total scale) {pH[T]} of the water body by spectrophotometry (internal electrode) and manufacturer's calibration applied
PHXXSP04pH (total scale) {pH[T]} of the water body by spectrophotometry (external electrode) and manufacturer's calibration applied
PHXXSP05pH (total scale) {pH[T]} of the water body by spectrophotometry (external electrode) and manufacturer's calibration and correction against independent temperature and salinity measurements
PHXXSP06pH (total scale) {pH[T]} of the water body by spectrophotometry (internal electrode) and manufacturer's calibration and correction against independent temperature and salinity measurements
PHXXSP07pH (total scale) {pH[T]} of the water body by spectrophotometry (external electrode) and manufacturer's calibration and laboratory calibration against TRIS-buffer applied
PHXXZZXXpH (unspecified scale) of the water body
PHXXZZYYpH (NBS scale) of the water body by Gran titration and Mackereth et al. (1978) freshwater analysis method and standardisation to NBS scale
POTDENS0Density (potential) of the water body by computation from salinity and potential temperature using UNESCO algorithm with 0 decibar reference pressure
POTDENS1Density (potential) of the water body by computation from salinity and potential temperature using UNESCO algorithm with 1000 decibar reference pressure
POTDENS2Density (potential) of the water body by computation from salinity and potential temperature using UNESCO algorithm with 2000 decibar reference pressure
POTDENS3Density (potential) of the water body by computation from salinity and potential temperature using UNESCO algorithm with 3000 decibar reference pressure
POTDENS4Density (potential) of the water body by computation from salinity and potential temperature using UNESCO algorithm with 4000 decibar reference pressure
POTMCV01Potential temperature of the water body by computation using UNESCO 1983 algorithm
POTMCV02Potential temperature of the water body by second sensor and computation using UNESCO 1983 algorithm
POTMS601Potential temperature of the water body by CTD and computation from pressure, salinity and IPTS-68 temperature using UNESCO algorithm
PPSAADCPDepth below surface of the water body by acoustic doppler current profiler (ADCP) and computation from travel time averaged from all operational beams and unknown sound velocity profile
PPSANL10Sea-floor depth 10-minute mean (below averaged sea level) of the water body by semi-fixed inverted echo sounder and addition of instrument height to measured depth
PPSANL60Sea-floor depth hourly mean (below averaged sea level) of the water body by semi-fixed inverted echo sounder and addition of instrument height to measured depth