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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010AuScope's Use of Standards to Deliver Earth Resource DataWOODCOCK Robert; SIMONS Bruce; DUCLAUX Guillaume; COX SIMONContributions to Conferences
2010Citizens as Sensors for Crisis Event: Sensor Web Enablement for Volunteered Geographic InformationSCHADE SVEN; LURASCHI Gianluca; DE LONGUEVILLE Bertrand; COX SIMON; DIAZ SANCHEZ LAURAContributions to Conferences
2010Data Specifications for INSPIREPORTELE Clemens; WOOLF Andrew; COX SIMONContributions to Conferences
2010Developing SoilML as a Global Standard for the Collation and Transfer of Soil Data and InformationMONTANARELLA Luca; WILSON Peter; COX SIMON; MCBRATNEY Alex; AHAMED Sonya; MACMILLAN Bob; JACQUIER David; FORTNER JimContributions to Conferences
2010An International Standard for Observation DataCOX SIMONContributions to Conferences
2010ISO/TC 211 Geographic Information - Observations and MeasurementsCOX SIMONBooks
2010Issues Related to Handling Exploration Seismic Data within the GeoSeas ProjectDIVIACCO Paolo; COX SIMONContributions to Conferences
2010Linked Data in SDI or How GML is not about TreesSCHADE SVEN; COX SIMONContributions to Conferences
2010Linked Data: What Does It Offer Earth Sciences?COX SIMON; SCHADE SVENContributions to Conferences
2010MOLES Information ModelVENTOURAS Spiros; LAWRENCE Bryan; WOOLF Andrew; COX SIMONContributions to Conferences
2010An Ontology for Sensor NetworksCOMPTON Michael; NEUHAUS Holger; BERMUDEZ Luis; COX SIMONContributions to Conferences
2010Use of Standard Vocabulary Services in Validation of Water Resources DataYU Jonathan; COX SIMON; RATCLIFFE DavidContributions to Conferences
2010WaterML2.0: Harmonising Standards for Water Observations DataTAYLOR Peter; WALKER Gavin; VALENTINE David; COX SIMONContributions to Conferences
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