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|Definitionskos:definition||The HY_Water_SolidPhase feature type provides a simple concept of the accumulation of water in waterbodies. This definition refers to the matter accumulated to a mass of water. In its solid form water is considered accumulated in water bodies after melting, or as a layer of ice or snow on an open waterbody. The accumulation of water in the atmosphere or below the land surface, e.g. rain, soil moisture or groundwater, is not in scope of this standard, as well as the accumulation of snow and ice in glaciers which is subject of glaciology science. Contextually related information models may use the HY_Water_LiquidPhase and HY_Water_SolidPhase feature types to build relationships to an accumulating waterbody, and ultimately to the catchment realized either by the waterbody or by the network of which the waterbody is part. HY_Water_LiquidPhase has an association with the accumulatingWaterBody; HY_Water_SolidPhase has associations with the water from snowmelt and coveredWaterBody. These associations may be used to identify the waterbody (as part of the hydrographic network) where liquid water is accumulated.|
|Status of item in register or collectionstatus||experimental|