dwc:verbatimCoordinateSystem

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Verbatim Coordinate System
Status:recommended
Issued:2008/11/19
Modified:2009/07/06
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Verbatim Coordinate System: The spatial coordinate system for the verbatimLatitude and verbatimLongitude or the verbatimCoordinates of the Location. Recommended best practice is to use a controlled vocabulary.

Notes: The verbatimCoordinateSystem term is meant to help with the interpretation of the values given in verbatimLatitude and verbatimLongitude, or verbatimCoordinates.

The recommended controlled vocabulary includes:

decimal degrees
degrees decimal minutes
degrees minutes seconds
UTM
CRTM

UTM refers to Universal Transverse Mercator. CRTM refers to Costa Rica Transverse Mercator.

For verbatim coordinates given in degrees, or degrees and minutes, use "degrees minutes seconds".

See dcterms:Location for further discussion of verbatim coordinate terms.

Example(s): "decimal degrees", "degrees decimal minutes", "degrees minutes seconds", "UTM"

Translations

Español (Spanish)
Sistema original de coordenadas: Las coordenadas espaciales originales textuales de la ubicación. El sistema de coordenadas espaciales para Latitud Original y Longitud Original o Coordenadas Originales de la ubicación. La práctica recomendada es el uso de un lenguaje controlado.
Ejemplo: "grados decimales", "minutos grados decimales", "segundos grados decimales", "UTM"
中文(简体)‎ (Simplified Chinese)
逐字坐标系统: 逐字表示的地点的经纬度或坐标的空间坐标系统。建议最佳做法是使用一个控制性词汇。
日本語 (Japanese)
Verbatim Coordinate System: その位置の、verbatimLatitudeおよびverbatimLongitude、またはverbatimCoordinatesのための空間座標系。管理された語彙の使用を推奨。
Français (French)
Système de coordonnées verbatim: Le système de coordonnées spatiales utilisé pour la latitude verbatim et la longitude verbatim du lieu de l'événement. Il est recommandé d'utiliser un vocabulaire contrôlé.
Exemple: "degrés décimaux", "degrés minutes", "degrés minutes secondes", "UTM"