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The activities carried out on the AnaEE-France infrastructure platforms produce a large and very varied amount of data relating to the ecosystems and processes studied. In order to harmmonize this information and ensure its semantic interoperability, reference systems are developed and proposed to all stakeholders. It consists of:
- An AnaeeThes thesaurus offering a controlled vocabulary in the field of ecosystem experimentation. The thesaurus is used in particular for the metadata characterization of AnaEE-France resources;
- An ontology based on the generic OBOE ontology for the characterization of observations and measurements in the field of biodiversity, ecology and the environment. The ontology is the model for the annotation of databases and the production of linked data in rdf format.
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