SubjectPredicateObjectGraph
EXAMPLE Aqueduct, bridge, culvert, siphon.
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SOURCE [UNESCO/WMO Internation ...... area; river basin; watershed.
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SOURCE [Based on DFDD]. EXAMPLE Waterfalls over a rock or a precipice.
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EXAMPLE Fluvial points (waterf ...... w constriction in the network.
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SOURCE [DFDD]. NOTE The pla ...... or 'Local Datum' may be used.
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SOURCE [IHO S-32]. NOTE Reg ...... cover classificaction schemes.
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SOURCE [DFDD]. NOTE It may ...... rses or other standing waters.
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SOURCE [Based on DFDD]. EXA ...... e and / or land-ware boundary.
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SOURCE [EuroRegionalMap].
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SOURCE [EuroRegionalMap]. E ...... ention in 2007/2/EC Ann. II 2.
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SOURCE [EuroRegionalMap].
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EXAMPLE Natural, man-made, etc. NOTE A polder is a drainage basin of man-made origin.
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SOURCE [DFDD]. NOTE 1 Inclu ...... its role in limiting flooding.
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SOURCE [DFDD].
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SOURCE [DFDD].
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SOURCE [Based on UNESCO/WMO International Glossary of Hydrology].
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EXAMPLE Strahler, Horton, Pfaffstetter etc.
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NOTE In the case of a national ...... ode as per ISO 3166-1-Alpha-2.
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NOTE The object is captured at ...... r portrayal and visualisation.
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EXAMPLE Natural, man-made, etc ...... r boundary of man-made origin.
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EXAMPLE High water, low water, etc.
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SOURCE [DFDD].
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SOURCE [DFDD].
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NOTE The object is captured at ...... r portrayal and visualisation.
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SOURCE [DFDD].
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SOURCE [2000/60/EC Art. 2(13)].
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<font color="#1a1a1a">SOURCE ...... tructural organization.</font>
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SOURCE [Based on DFDD].
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SOURCE [DFDD]. NOTE 1 It is ...... also applies to inland waters.
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SOURCE [DFDD].
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SOURCE [Based on EuroRegionalMap].
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NOTE The object is captured at ...... r portrayal and visualisation.
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EXAMPLE Canal, channel, ditch, etc.
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SOURCE [Based on EuroRegionalM ...... anals, ditches and reservoirs.
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SOURCE [Based on DFDD].
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SOURCE [Based on DFDD]. NOTE Only relevant for a man-made watercourse.
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SOURCE [DFDD]. EXAMPLE The ...... river and a smaller tributary
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SOURCE [Based on UNESCO/WMO International Glossary of Hydrology].
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EXAMPLE Bog, swamp.
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