SubjectPredicateObjectGraph
EXAMPLE Aqueduct, bridge, culvert, siphon.
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A man-made object allowing the passage of water above or below an obstacle.
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largestBasinIsRiverBasin: /* A ...... not c.oclIsTypeOf(RiverBasin))
SOURCE [UNESCO/WMO Internation ...... area; river basin; watershed.
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Area having a common outlet for its surface runoff.
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SOURCE [Based on DFDD]. EXAMPLE Waterfalls over a rock or a precipice.
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A vertically descending part of a watercourse where it falls from a height.
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A hydro point of interest that affects the flow of a watercourse.
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A hydrologically meaningful 'o ...... ercourses and drainage basins.
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EXAMPLE Fluvial points (waterf ...... w constriction in the network.
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A natural place where water appears, disappears or changes its flow.
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SOURCE [DFDD]. NOTE The pla ...... or 'Local Datum' may be used.
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The line where a land mass is in contact with a body of water.
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An artificial object which lie ...... ercourses to cross each other.
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SOURCE [IHO S-32]. NOTE Reg ...... cover classificaction schemes.
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