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URI: http://reference.metoffice.gov.uk/DataCategories/data-types/Observations    

Observations data are defined as measurements of the physical, chemical and/or biological environment, measured at a specific time in the past.  They may be direct or indirect measurements and may be feature or coverage data.  In order to be valid, observations data must carry geospatial and temporal metadata as well as variable values (or equivalent such as pixel values for a faster coverage).

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accepted on 14 Jun 2022 08:02:57.689

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date accepted 14 Jun 2022 08:02:57.689
date submitted 1 Jun 2022 08:23:07.677
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description Observations data are defined as measurements of the physical, chemical and/or biological environment, measured at a specific time in the past.  They may be direct or indirect measurements and may be feature or coverage data.  In order to be valid, observations data must carry geospatial and temporal metadata as well as variable values (or equivalent such as pixel values for a faster coverage).
item class Concept | data type
label Observations
modified 27 Jun 2023 08:58:09.626
notation Observations
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description Observations data are defined as measurements of the physical, chemical and/or biological environment, measured at a specific time in the past.  They may be direct or indirect measurements and may be feature or coverage data.  In order to be valid, observations data must carry geospatial and temporal metadata as well as variable values (or equivalent such as pixel values for a faster coverage).
label Observations
notation Observations
type Concept | Data Type