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Tables in Annex B have been simplified since Version 168. The removed label row is still visibile in 167 and before (see D7.1-public history)
this structure embedded but not exactly followed - https://dmponline.dcc.ac.uk/template_export/1612436782.pdf (things should be in, though)
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- Intermediate temporary mapping products (for scientific discussion and sharing internal to the consortium)
- Raster imagery/data
- Vector mapping data
- finished geological maps (See D2.1 (Mapping Standards), Rothery et al, 2018)
- Standard USGS-like geological maps
- Integrated geo-spectral and geo-stratigraphic maps
- Geo-structural maps
- Geo-modelling maps
- Landing site and traverse maps
- In-situ integrated maps
- Digital outcrop models
- Subsurface models
- 3D models for Virtual Reality environments (from one or more of the above categories)
- Raw data will be used and processed/reduced, with embedded re-usability upstream with respect to PLANMAP
- Custom base-map data (e.g. mosaics) and partial mapping products and processed/derived datasets underlying geological mapping products (standard, non-standard, integrated, etc.) will be usable by others, also in the future, regardless of the final geological mapping products.
- Integrated and/or final mapping products will be re-usable directly or indirectly, with access to combined information content or individual layers (See D2.1 (Mapping Standards)) with relevant topologies (units, contacts, etc.).
Integrated mapping products with individual layers are being produced in OGC-compliant formats, both raster and vector, as well as with suitable 3D formats (See Annex A). All individual layers/components of maps are in geospatial format and with CRS suitable for the specific mapping project: in-situ, local (mostly non-standard, see D2.1 (Mapping Standards)), regional or global (both standard and non-standard).
Unit-related data/metadata include, as a minimum, recorded and updated during the mapping processes, see also D2.1 (Mapping Standards)
- Individual products and layers used to determine unit extent and contacts
- Eventual interpolation/extrapolation of data underlying mapped unit outline
- Qualitative assessment on uncertainties involved in the unit determination
Standard mapping products refer to existing USGS documentation (See D2.1 + USGS guidelines, and references therein), see also van Gasselt and Nass (2011).