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A man-made object allowing the passage of water above or below an obstacle.
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Area having a common outlet for its surface runoff.
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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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A natural place where water appears, disappears or changes its flow.
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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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The narrow strip of land in im ...... ween high and low water lines.
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A body of water that is entirely surrounded by land.
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Any known inland waterway body.
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A natural or man-made flowing watercourse or stream.
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A poorly drained or periodical ...... , and vegetation is supported.
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The range of a watercourse's horizontal width along its length.
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The 'PhysicalWaters' applicati ...... ly with the 'mapping' Use Case
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The type of physical crossing.
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A permanent barrier across a watercourse used to impound water or to control its flow.
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Size of the drainage basin area.
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Number (or code) expressing the degree of branching/dividing in a drainage basin system.
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A smaller sub-basin contained within a larger basin.
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The geometry of the drainage basin, as a surface.
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Origin of the drainage basin.
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The surface water outlet(s) of a drainage basin.
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A man-made raised long mound of earth or other material.
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Distance measured from the low ...... t point of the spatial object.
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A shallow part of a watercourse used as a road crossing.
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Number (or code) expressing th ...... ream or drainage basin system.
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A description of the concept for ordering.
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An indicator of the scope or o ...... l, supranational or European).
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The geometry of the hydro point of interest, as a point, curve or surface.
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Resolution, expressed as the inverse of an indicative scale or a ground distance.
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The geometry of the land-water boundary, as a curve.
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Origin of the land-water boundary.
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Water-level defining the land-water boundary.
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An enclosure with a pair or se ...... om one water level to another.
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The state of planning, constru ...... located at a site, as a whole.
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The geometry of the man-made object, as a point, curve or surface.
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Resolution, expressed as the inverse of an indicative scale or a ground distance.
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Portions of a stream with acce ...... ufficient to form a waterfall.
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The area of land from which al ...... river mouth, estuary or delta.
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An indication that the delinea ...... of a spatial object is known.
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The geometry of the shore.
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An artificial structure attached to land bordering a body of water and fixed in position.
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An open, inclined conduit fitted with a gate for regulating water flow.
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Elevation above mean sea level.
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Average depth of the body of water.
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Surface area of the body of water.
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The bank(s) associated to a surface water.
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The basin(s) drained by a surface water.
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