Schema ABCD-1.20.xsd


schema location:  http://www.bgbm.org/TDWG/CODATA/Schema/ABCD-1.20.xsd
targetNamespace:  http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
 
Elements  Complex types  Simple types 
DataSets  AgentType  AltTextType 
AspectType  DateTimeISOType 
BotanicalGardenUnitType  EpithetType 
ContactType  GenusType 
CountryType  HybridFlagType 
CultureCollectionUnitType  InstitutionCodeType 
DateTimeType  OpenIDType 
GatheringType  RankType 
HerbariumUnitType  RoleType 
HigherTaxonType  SystemIDType 
IdentificationType 
ImageType 
LookupType 
MeasurementType 
MycologicalUnitType 
NameBacterialType 
NameBotanicalType 
NamedAreaType 
NameViralType 
NameZoologicalType 
OrganisationType 
PalaeontologicalUnitType 
PersonNameType 
ReferenceType 
RightsType 
StatementsType 
StratigraphyType 
TaxonIdentifiedType 
TelephoneNumberType 
UnitAssemblageType 
UnitAssociationType 
UnitDataType 
ZoologicalUnitType 


element DataSets
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children DataSet
annotation
documentation 
ABCD v.1 root element: container for one or more DataSets. 
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Datasets</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn Mar 3 2003</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>				</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Root element of the schema, forming the container for one or more data sets.</sea:Content>
<sea:Comments>Allows to handle several different datasets with a single response operation</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>				</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>				</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="DataSets">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>ABCD v.1 root element: container for one or more DataSets. </xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Datasets</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn Mar 3 2003</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>				</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Root element of the schema, forming the container for one or more data sets.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Comments>Allows to handle several different datasets with a single response operation</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>				</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>				</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:sequence>
      <xs:element name="DataSet" maxOccurs="unbounded">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>A dataset containing unit data and their shared metadata elements.</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Data set</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>							</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>NBN: Survey. </sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>A container element for one to many unit data records and their shared metadata elements. The metadata relates to the source, provision, the ownership and rights etc. pertaining to the entire dataset. Attribute: xmlns, indicating the schema version used.</sea:Content>
            <sea:Comments>							</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>							</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>							</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
        <xs:complexType>
          <xs:sequence>
            <xs:element name="OriginalSource">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Properties of the original data source, also providing a unique identifier for the dataset</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Original source</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>										</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>										</sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>Properties of the orignal database or other datasource from which the ABCD-document is derived</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>										</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>										</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>										</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>Notes: Many elements of this structure are directly taken from the DTD for the Integrated Taxonomic Information System, Canadian node (ITIS*ca) at: http://sis.agr.gc.ca/itis/ which was provided by Derek Munro. </sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
              <xs:complexType>
                <xs:sequence>
                  <xs:element name="SourceInstitutionCode" type="InstitutionCodeType">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>Unique identifier of the institution holding the original datasource (first part of dataset identifier)</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Source institution code</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>An institutional abbreviation, perhaps with indication of the standard it pertains to (e.g. IH-P for Index Herbariorum and the herbarium at the MNHN in Paris. A controlled vocabulary for collection institutions, but inclusion of private collections must be made possible.</sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments>The units within the datasource are not necessarily all owned or administred by this institution</sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                  </xs:element>
                  <xs:element name="SourceName" type="xs:string">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>Name or code of the data source (unique within the institution, second part of the dataset identifier)</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Source name</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata</sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>May be the name of a collection if all records are for a stem from a single collection. Together with the element DBInstitution, DBName provides a unique identifier for the dataset's original source</sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments>Mandatory second partial identifier for a dataset.</sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                  </xs:element>
                  <xs:element name="SourceLastUpdatedDate" type="xs:date">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>Date when the content or structure of the database was last changed</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Date of last update of the dataset</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>Date when the database was last changed, including the addition, deletion, or editing of records as well as structural changes that may influence the format or structure of ABCD-conformant output</sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments>Mandatory to raise efficiency of "harvesters" and indexing engines working on datasets derived from the data source.</sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                  </xs:element>
                  <xs:element name="SourceVersion" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>Version of the datasource</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Source version</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>Version number or edition of the datasource</sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                  </xs:element>
                  <xs:element name="SourceWebAddress" type="xs:anyURI" minOccurs="0">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>URI of the original datasource</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Source URI</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>A URL providing an access interface to the original datasource</sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                  </xs:element>
                  <xs:element name="SourceExpiryDate" type="xs:date" minOccurs="0">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>Expiry date of records from the datasource</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Expiry date of source dataset</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>Date after which the records in the database should not anymore be used</sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments>Allows databases to force update of indices etc. </sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                  </xs:element>
                  <xs:element name="SourceNumberOfRecords" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>Number of units in the source database</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Number of unit records in the source dataset</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>Total number of unit-level records in the datasource</sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                  </xs:element>
                </xs:sequence>
              </xs:complexType>
            </xs:element>
            <xs:element name="DatasetDerivations">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Additional properties of the dataset as created when it is derived from the origninal source or from an already derived dataset.</xs:documentation>
              </xs:annotation>
              <xs:complexType>
                <xs:sequence>
                  <xs:element name="DatasetDerivation" maxOccurs="unbounded">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>Additional properties of datasets</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Dataset derivation</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>Additional properties pertaining to the dataset(s) derived directly or indirectly from of the orignal source. Repeatable to form a derivation history where appropriate.</sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                    <xs:complexType>
                      <xs:sequence>
                        <xs:element name="DateSupplied" type="xs:date">
                          <xs:annotation>
                            <xs:documentation>															</xs:documentation>
                            <xs:appinfo>
                              <sea:FullName>Date supplied</sea:FullName>
                              <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                              <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                              <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                              <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
                              <sea:Content>																</sea:Content>
                              <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                              <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
                              <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                              <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                            </xs:appinfo>
                          </xs:annotation>
                        </xs:element>
                        <xs:element name="Supplier" type="ContactType">
                          <xs:annotation>
                            <xs:documentation>Supplier of the dataset.</xs:documentation>
                            <xs:appinfo>
                              <sea:FullName>Dataset supplier</sea:FullName>
                              <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                              <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                              <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                              <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
                              <sea:Content>Individual or organisation who have (generated and) supplied the dataset</sea:Content>
                              <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                              <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
                              <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                              <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                            </xs:appinfo>
                          </xs:annotation>
                        </xs:element>
                        <xs:element name="Rights" type="RightsType" minOccurs="0">
                          <xs:annotation>
                            <xs:documentation>Legal rights and ownership if different from original source</xs:documentation>
                            <xs:appinfo>
                              <sea:FullName>Dataset rights</sea:FullName>
                              <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                              <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                              <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                              <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
                              <sea:Content>A container element stating the ownership and legal rights pertaining to the entire dataset. May be overuled by statements under UnitData</sea:Content>
                              <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                              <sea:Comments>Should always be cited together with DBRights</sea:Comments>
                              <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                              <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                            </xs:appinfo>
                          </xs:annotation>
                        </xs:element>
                        <xs:element name="Statements" type="StatementsType" minOccurs="0">
                          <xs:annotation>
                            <xs:documentation>Acknowledgements, disclaimer, credit, if different from orgininal source</xs:documentation>
                            <xs:appinfo>
                              <sea:FullName>Dataset statements</sea:FullName>
                              <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                              <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                              <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                              <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
                              <sea:Content>A container element for statements of creditation or disclaimers. May be overuled by statements under UnitData</sea:Content>
                              <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                              <sea:Comments> Should always be cited together with DBStatements</sea:Comments>
                              <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                              <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                            </xs:appinfo>
                          </xs:annotation>
                        </xs:element>
                        <xs:element name="Description" minOccurs="0">
                          <xs:annotation>
                            <xs:documentation>Text describing the DataSet</xs:documentation>
                            <xs:appinfo>
                              <sea:FullName>Dataset description</sea:FullName>
                              <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                              <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                              <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                              <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
                              <sea:Content>A free text statement describing the dataset, including e.g. statements about selective criteria or sort order used in the generation of the dataset </sea:Content>
                              <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                              <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
                              <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                              <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                            </xs:appinfo>
                          </xs:annotation>
                          <xs:complexType>
                            <xs:simpleContent>
                              <xs:extension base="xs:string">
                                <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
                              </xs:extension>
                            </xs:simpleContent>
                          </xs:complexType>
                        </xs:element>
                      </xs:sequence>
                      <xs:attribute name="OriginalSource" type="xs:boolean" use="optional" default="false"/>
                    </xs:complexType>
                  </xs:element>
                </xs:sequence>
              </xs:complexType>
            </xs:element>
            <xs:element name="Units">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>A container for one or more unit data records</xs:documentation>
              </xs:annotation>
              <xs:complexType>
                <xs:sequence>
                  <xs:element name="Unit" type="UnitDataType" maxOccurs="unbounded">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>A container for all data referring to a unit (specimen or observation record)</xs:documentation>
                    </xs:annotation>
                  </xs:element>
                </xs:sequence>
              </xs:complexType>
            </xs:element>
          </xs:sequence>
        </xs:complexType>
      </xs:element>
    </xs:sequence>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children OriginalSource DatasetDerivations Units
annotation
documentation 
A dataset containing unit data and their shared metadata elements.
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Data set</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>							</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>NBN: Survey. </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>A container element for one to many unit data records and their shared metadata elements. The metadata relates to the source, provision, the ownership and rights etc. pertaining to the entire dataset. Attribute: xmlns, indicating the schema version used.</sea:Content>
<sea:Comments>							</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>							</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>							</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="DataSet" maxOccurs="unbounded">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>A dataset containing unit data and their shared metadata elements.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Data set</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>							</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>NBN: Survey. </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>A container element for one to many unit data records and their shared metadata elements. The metadata relates to the source, provision, the ownership and rights etc. pertaining to the entire dataset. Attribute: xmlns, indicating the schema version used.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Comments>							</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>							</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>							</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:sequence>
      <xs:element name="OriginalSource">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Properties of the original data source, also providing a unique identifier for the dataset</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Original source</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>										</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>										</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>Properties of the orignal database or other datasource from which the ABCD-document is derived</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>										</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>										</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>										</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>Notes: Many elements of this structure are directly taken from the DTD for the Integrated Taxonomic Information System, Canadian node (ITIS*ca) at: http://sis.agr.gc.ca/itis/ which was provided by Derek Munro. </sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
        <xs:complexType>
          <xs:sequence>
            <xs:element name="SourceInstitutionCode" type="InstitutionCodeType">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Unique identifier of the institution holding the original datasource (first part of dataset identifier)</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Source institution code</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>An institutional abbreviation, perhaps with indication of the standard it pertains to (e.g. IH-P for Index Herbariorum and the herbarium at the MNHN in Paris. A controlled vocabulary for collection institutions, but inclusion of private collections must be made possible.</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>The units within the datasource are not necessarily all owned or administred by this institution</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
            </xs:element>
            <xs:element name="SourceName" type="xs:string">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Name or code of the data source (unique within the institution, second part of the dataset identifier)</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Source name</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata</sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>May be the name of a collection if all records are for a stem from a single collection. Together with the element DBInstitution, DBName provides a unique identifier for the dataset's original source</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>Mandatory second partial identifier for a dataset.</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
            </xs:element>
            <xs:element name="SourceLastUpdatedDate" type="xs:date">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Date when the content or structure of the database was last changed</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Date of last update of the dataset</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>Date when the database was last changed, including the addition, deletion, or editing of records as well as structural changes that may influence the format or structure of ABCD-conformant output</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>Mandatory to raise efficiency of "harvesters" and indexing engines working on datasets derived from the data source.</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
            </xs:element>
            <xs:element name="SourceVersion" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Version of the datasource</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Source version</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>Version number or edition of the datasource</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
            </xs:element>
            <xs:element name="SourceWebAddress" type="xs:anyURI" minOccurs="0">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>URI of the original datasource</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Source URI</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>A URL providing an access interface to the original datasource</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
            </xs:element>
            <xs:element name="SourceExpiryDate" type="xs:date" minOccurs="0">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Expiry date of records from the datasource</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Expiry date of source dataset</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>Date after which the records in the database should not anymore be used</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>Allows databases to force update of indices etc. </sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
            </xs:element>
            <xs:element name="SourceNumberOfRecords" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Number of units in the source database</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Number of unit records in the source dataset</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>Total number of unit-level records in the datasource</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
            </xs:element>
          </xs:sequence>
        </xs:complexType>
      </xs:element>
      <xs:element name="DatasetDerivations">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Additional properties of the dataset as created when it is derived from the origninal source or from an already derived dataset.</xs:documentation>
        </xs:annotation>
        <xs:complexType>
          <xs:sequence>
            <xs:element name="DatasetDerivation" maxOccurs="unbounded">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Additional properties of datasets</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Dataset derivation</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>Additional properties pertaining to the dataset(s) derived directly or indirectly from of the orignal source. Repeatable to form a derivation history where appropriate.</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
              <xs:complexType>
                <xs:sequence>
                  <xs:element name="DateSupplied" type="xs:date">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>															</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Date supplied</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>																</sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                  </xs:element>
                  <xs:element name="Supplier" type="ContactType">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>Supplier of the dataset.</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Dataset supplier</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>Individual or organisation who have (generated and) supplied the dataset</sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                  </xs:element>
                  <xs:element name="Rights" type="RightsType" minOccurs="0">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>Legal rights and ownership if different from original source</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Dataset rights</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>A container element stating the ownership and legal rights pertaining to the entire dataset. May be overuled by statements under UnitData</sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments>Should always be cited together with DBRights</sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                  </xs:element>
                  <xs:element name="Statements" type="StatementsType" minOccurs="0">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>Acknowledgements, disclaimer, credit, if different from orgininal source</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Dataset statements</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>A container element for statements of creditation or disclaimers. May be overuled by statements under UnitData</sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments> Should always be cited together with DBStatements</sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                  </xs:element>
                  <xs:element name="Description" minOccurs="0">
                    <xs:annotation>
                      <xs:documentation>Text describing the DataSet</xs:documentation>
                      <xs:appinfo>
                        <sea:FullName>Dataset description</sea:FullName>
                        <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                        <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                        <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
                        <sea:Content>A free text statement describing the dataset, including e.g. statements about selective criteria or sort order used in the generation of the dataset </sea:Content>
                        <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                        <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
                        <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                        <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                      </xs:appinfo>
                    </xs:annotation>
                    <xs:complexType>
                      <xs:simpleContent>
                        <xs:extension base="xs:string">
                          <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
                        </xs:extension>
                      </xs:simpleContent>
                    </xs:complexType>
                  </xs:element>
                </xs:sequence>
                <xs:attribute name="OriginalSource" type="xs:boolean" use="optional" default="false"/>
              </xs:complexType>
            </xs:element>
          </xs:sequence>
        </xs:complexType>
      </xs:element>
      <xs:element name="Units">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>A container for one or more unit data records</xs:documentation>
        </xs:annotation>
        <xs:complexType>
          <xs:sequence>
            <xs:element name="Unit" type="UnitDataType" maxOccurs="unbounded">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>A container for all data referring to a unit (specimen or observation record)</xs:documentation>
              </xs:annotation>
            </xs:element>
          </xs:sequence>
        </xs:complexType>
      </xs:element>
    </xs:sequence>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/OriginalSource
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children SourceInstitutionCode SourceName SourceLastUpdatedDate SourceVersion SourceWebAddress SourceExpiryDate SourceNumberOfRecords
annotation
documentation 
Properties of the original data source, also providing a unique identifier for the dataset
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Original source</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>										</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>										</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Properties of the orignal database or other datasource from which the ABCD-document is derived</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>										</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>										</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>										</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>Notes: Many elements of this structure are directly taken from the DTD for the Integrated Taxonomic Information System, Canadian node (ITIS*ca) at: http://sis.agr.gc.ca/itis/ which was provided by Derek Munro. </sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="OriginalSource">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Properties of the original data source, also providing a unique identifier for the dataset</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Original source</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>										</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>										</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Properties of the orignal database or other datasource from which the ABCD-document is derived</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>										</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>										</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>										</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>Notes: Many elements of this structure are directly taken from the DTD for the Integrated Taxonomic Information System, Canadian node (ITIS*ca) at: http://sis.agr.gc.ca/itis/ which was provided by Derek Munro. </sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:sequence>
      <xs:element name="SourceInstitutionCode" type="InstitutionCodeType">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Unique identifier of the institution holding the original datasource (first part of dataset identifier)</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Source institution code</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>An institutional abbreviation, perhaps with indication of the standard it pertains to (e.g. IH-P for Index Herbariorum and the herbarium at the MNHN in Paris. A controlled vocabulary for collection institutions, but inclusion of private collections must be made possible.</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>The units within the datasource are not necessarily all owned or administred by this institution</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
      <xs:element name="SourceName" type="xs:string">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Name or code of the data source (unique within the institution, second part of the dataset identifier)</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Source name</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>May be the name of a collection if all records are for a stem from a single collection. Together with the element DBInstitution, DBName provides a unique identifier for the dataset's original source</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>Mandatory second partial identifier for a dataset.</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
      <xs:element name="SourceLastUpdatedDate" type="xs:date">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Date when the content or structure of the database was last changed</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Date of last update of the dataset</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>Date when the database was last changed, including the addition, deletion, or editing of records as well as structural changes that may influence the format or structure of ABCD-conformant output</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>Mandatory to raise efficiency of "harvesters" and indexing engines working on datasets derived from the data source.</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
      <xs:element name="SourceVersion" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Version of the datasource</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Source version</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>Version number or edition of the datasource</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
      <xs:element name="SourceWebAddress" type="xs:anyURI" minOccurs="0">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>URI of the original datasource</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Source URI</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>A URL providing an access interface to the original datasource</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
      <xs:element name="SourceExpiryDate" type="xs:date" minOccurs="0">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Expiry date of records from the datasource</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Expiry date of source dataset</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>Date after which the records in the database should not anymore be used</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>Allows databases to force update of indices etc. </sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
      <xs:element name="SourceNumberOfRecords" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Number of units in the source database</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Number of unit records in the source dataset</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>Total number of unit-level records in the datasource</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
    </xs:sequence>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/OriginalSource/SourceInstitutionCode
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type InstitutionCodeType
annotation
documentation 
Unique identifier of the institution holding the original datasource (first part of dataset identifier)
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Source institution code</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>An institutional abbreviation, perhaps with indication of the standard it pertains to (e.g. IH-P for Index Herbariorum and the herbarium at the MNHN in Paris. A controlled vocabulary for collection institutions, but inclusion of private collections must be made possible.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>The units within the datasource are not necessarily all owned or administred by this institution</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="SourceInstitutionCode" type="InstitutionCodeType">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Unique identifier of the institution holding the original datasource (first part of dataset identifier)</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Source institution code</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>An institutional abbreviation, perhaps with indication of the standard it pertains to (e.g. IH-P for Index Herbariorum and the herbarium at the MNHN in Paris. A controlled vocabulary for collection institutions, but inclusion of private collections must be made possible.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>The units within the datasource are not necessarily all owned or administred by this institution</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/OriginalSource/SourceName
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:string
annotation
documentation 
Name or code of the data source (unique within the institution, second part of the dataset identifier)
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Source name</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>May be the name of a collection if all records are for a stem from a single collection. Together with the element DBInstitution, DBName provides a unique identifier for the dataset's original source</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>Mandatory second partial identifier for a dataset.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="SourceName" type="xs:string">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Name or code of the data source (unique within the institution, second part of the dataset identifier)</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Source name</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>May be the name of a collection if all records are for a stem from a single collection. Together with the element DBInstitution, DBName provides a unique identifier for the dataset's original source</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>Mandatory second partial identifier for a dataset.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/OriginalSource/SourceLastUpdatedDate
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:date
annotation
documentation 
Date when the content or structure of the database was last changed
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Date of last update of the dataset</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Date when the database was last changed, including the addition, deletion, or editing of records as well as structural changes that may influence the format or structure of ABCD-conformant output</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>Mandatory to raise efficiency of "harvesters" and indexing engines working on datasets derived from the data source.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="SourceLastUpdatedDate" type="xs:date">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Date when the content or structure of the database was last changed</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Date of last update of the dataset</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Date when the database was last changed, including the addition, deletion, or editing of records as well as structural changes that may influence the format or structure of ABCD-conformant output</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>Mandatory to raise efficiency of "harvesters" and indexing engines working on datasets derived from the data source.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/OriginalSource/SourceVersion
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:string
annotation
documentation 
Version of the datasource
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Source version</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Version number or edition of the datasource</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="SourceVersion" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Version of the datasource</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Source version</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Version number or edition of the datasource</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/OriginalSource/SourceWebAddress
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:anyURI
annotation
documentation 
URI of the original datasource
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Source URI</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>A URL providing an access interface to the original datasource</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="SourceWebAddress" type="xs:anyURI" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>URI of the original datasource</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Source URI</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>A URL providing an access interface to the original datasource</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/OriginalSource/SourceExpiryDate
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:date
annotation
documentation 
Expiry date of records from the datasource
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Expiry date of source dataset</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Date after which the records in the database should not anymore be used</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>Allows databases to force update of indices etc. </sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="SourceExpiryDate" type="xs:date" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Expiry date of records from the datasource</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Expiry date of source dataset</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Date after which the records in the database should not anymore be used</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>Allows databases to force update of indices etc. </sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/OriginalSource/SourceNumberOfRecords
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:string
annotation
documentation 
Number of units in the source database
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Number of unit records in the source dataset</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Total number of unit-level records in the datasource</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="SourceNumberOfRecords" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Number of units in the source database</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Number of unit records in the source dataset</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Total number of unit-level records in the datasource</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/DatasetDerivations
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children DatasetDerivation
annotation
documentation 
Additional properties of the dataset as created when it is derived from the origninal source or from an already derived dataset.
source
<xs:element name="DatasetDerivations">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Additional properties of the dataset as created when it is derived from the origninal source or from an already derived dataset.</xs:documentation>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:sequence>
      <xs:element name="DatasetDerivation" maxOccurs="unbounded">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Additional properties of datasets</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Dataset derivation</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>Additional properties pertaining to the dataset(s) derived directly or indirectly from of the orignal source. Repeatable to form a derivation history where appropriate.</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
        <xs:complexType>
          <xs:sequence>
            <xs:element name="DateSupplied" type="xs:date">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>															</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Date supplied</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>																</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
            </xs:element>
            <xs:element name="Supplier" type="ContactType">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Supplier of the dataset.</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Dataset supplier</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>Individual or organisation who have (generated and) supplied the dataset</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
            </xs:element>
            <xs:element name="Rights" type="RightsType" minOccurs="0">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Legal rights and ownership if different from original source</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Dataset rights</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>A container element stating the ownership and legal rights pertaining to the entire dataset. May be overuled by statements under UnitData</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>Should always be cited together with DBRights</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
            </xs:element>
            <xs:element name="Statements" type="StatementsType" minOccurs="0">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Acknowledgements, disclaimer, credit, if different from orgininal source</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Dataset statements</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>A container element for statements of creditation or disclaimers. May be overuled by statements under UnitData</sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments> Should always be cited together with DBStatements</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
            </xs:element>
            <xs:element name="Description" minOccurs="0">
              <xs:annotation>
                <xs:documentation>Text describing the DataSet</xs:documentation>
                <xs:appinfo>
                  <sea:FullName>Dataset description</sea:FullName>
                  <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                  <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
                  <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
                  <sea:Content>A free text statement describing the dataset, including e.g. statements about selective criteria or sort order used in the generation of the dataset </sea:Content>
                  <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
                  <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
                  <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
                  <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
                </xs:appinfo>
              </xs:annotation>
              <xs:complexType>
                <xs:simpleContent>
                  <xs:extension base="xs:string">
                    <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
                  </xs:extension>
                </xs:simpleContent>
              </xs:complexType>
            </xs:element>
          </xs:sequence>
          <xs:attribute name="OriginalSource" type="xs:boolean" use="optional" default="false"/>
        </xs:complexType>
      </xs:element>
    </xs:sequence>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/DatasetDerivations/DatasetDerivation
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children DateSupplied Supplier Rights Statements Description
attributes
Name  Type  Use  Default  Fixed  Annotation
OriginalSource  xs:boolean  optional  false    
annotation
documentation 
Additional properties of datasets
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Dataset derivation</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Additional properties pertaining to the dataset(s) derived directly or indirectly from of the orignal source. Repeatable to form a derivation history where appropriate.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="DatasetDerivation" maxOccurs="unbounded">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Additional properties of datasets</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Dataset derivation</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>													</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>													</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Additional properties pertaining to the dataset(s) derived directly or indirectly from of the orignal source. Repeatable to form a derivation history where appropriate.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>													</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>													</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>													</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>													</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:sequence>
      <xs:element name="DateSupplied" type="xs:date">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>															</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Date supplied</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>																</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
      <xs:element name="Supplier" type="ContactType">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Supplier of the dataset.</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Dataset supplier</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>Individual or organisation who have (generated and) supplied the dataset</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
      <xs:element name="Rights" type="RightsType" minOccurs="0">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Legal rights and ownership if different from original source</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Dataset rights</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>A container element stating the ownership and legal rights pertaining to the entire dataset. May be overuled by statements under UnitData</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>Should always be cited together with DBRights</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
      <xs:element name="Statements" type="StatementsType" minOccurs="0">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Acknowledgements, disclaimer, credit, if different from orgininal source</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Dataset statements</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>A container element for statements of creditation or disclaimers. May be overuled by statements under UnitData</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments> Should always be cited together with DBStatements</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
      <xs:element name="Description" minOccurs="0">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Text describing the DataSet</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>Dataset description</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>A free text statement describing the dataset, including e.g. statements about selective criteria or sort order used in the generation of the dataset </sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
        <xs:complexType>
          <xs:simpleContent>
            <xs:extension base="xs:string">
              <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
            </xs:extension>
          </xs:simpleContent>
        </xs:complexType>
      </xs:element>
    </xs:sequence>
    <xs:attribute name="OriginalSource" type="xs:boolean" use="optional" default="false"/>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/DatasetDerivations/DatasetDerivation/DateSupplied
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:date
annotation
documentation 
															
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Date supplied</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>																</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="DateSupplied" type="xs:date">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>															</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Date supplied</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITIS*ca draft metadata. </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>																</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/DatasetDerivations/DatasetDerivation/Supplier
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type ContactType
children Organisation Person Role Addresses TelephoneNumbers EmailAddresses URLs
annotation
documentation 
Supplier of the dataset.
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Dataset supplier</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Individual or organisation who have (generated and) supplied the dataset</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Supplier" type="ContactType">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Supplier of the dataset.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Dataset supplier</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Individual or organisation who have (generated and) supplied the dataset</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/DatasetDerivations/DatasetDerivation/Rights
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type RightsType
children TermsOfUse SpecificRestrictions LegalOwner CopyrightDeclaration IPRDeclaration RightsURL
annotation
documentation 
Legal rights and ownership if different from original source
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Dataset rights</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>A container element stating the ownership and legal rights pertaining to the entire dataset. May be overuled by statements under UnitData</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>Should always be cited together with DBRights</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Rights" type="RightsType" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Legal rights and ownership if different from original source</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Dataset rights</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>A container element stating the ownership and legal rights pertaining to the entire dataset. May be overuled by statements under UnitData</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>Should always be cited together with DBRights</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/DatasetDerivations/DatasetDerivation/Statements
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type StatementsType
children Acknowledgement Disclaimer LogoURL StatementURL
annotation
documentation 
Acknowledgements, disclaimer, credit, if different from orgininal source
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Dataset statements</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>A container element for statements of creditation or disclaimers. May be overuled by statements under UnitData</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments> Should always be cited together with DBStatements</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Statements" type="StatementsType" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Acknowledgements, disclaimer, credit, if different from orgininal source</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Dataset statements</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>A container element for statements of creditation or disclaimers. May be overuled by statements under UnitData</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments> Should always be cited together with DBStatements</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/DatasetDerivations/DatasetDerivation/Description
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type extension of xs:string
attributes
Name  Type  Use  Default  Fixed  Annotation
Language  xs:language        
annotation
documentation 
Text describing the DataSet
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Dataset description</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>A free text statement describing the dataset, including e.g. statements about selective criteria or sort order used in the generation of the dataset </sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Description" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Text describing the DataSet</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Dataset description</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>																</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>																</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>A free text statement describing the dataset, including e.g. statements about selective criteria or sort order used in the generation of the dataset </sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>																</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>																</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>																</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>																</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:simpleContent>
      <xs:extension base="xs:string">
        <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
      </xs:extension>
    </xs:simpleContent>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/Units
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children Unit
annotation
documentation 
A container for one or more unit data records
source
<xs:element name="Units">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>A container for one or more unit data records</xs:documentation>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:sequence>
      <xs:element name="Unit" type="UnitDataType" maxOccurs="unbounded">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>A container for all data referring to a unit (specimen or observation record)</xs:documentation>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
    </xs:sequence>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element DataSets/DataSet/Units/Unit
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type UnitDataType
children UnitID LastEditor DateLastEdited UnitIDNumeric RecordRights UnitStatements RecordBasis NamedCollections Identifications UnitCollectionDomain UnitStateDomain UnitReferences UnitDigitalImages UnitAssociations UnitAssemblages Gathering CollectorsFieldNumber UnitMeasurements UnitFacts UnitDescription
annotation
documentation 
A container for all data referring to a unit (specimen or observation record)
source
<xs:element name="Unit" type="UnitDataType" maxOccurs="unbounded">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>A container for all data referring to a unit (specimen or observation record)</xs:documentation>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

complexType AgentType
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children AgentText Organization Person
used by
element GatheringType/GatheringAgents/GatheringAgent
annotation
documentation 
Person, person team, project or organization.
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Agent Type</sea:FullName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">Person, person team, project or organization.</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Neil Thomson</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>				</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Examples>				</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">				</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules xml:lang="en">				</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">				</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:complexType name="AgentType">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Person, person team, project or organization.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Agent Type</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Person, person team, project or organization.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Neil Thomson</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>				</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Examples>				</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">				</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules xml:lang="en">				</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">				</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:sequence>
    <xs:element name="AgentText" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>Free text details for Agent.</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>Agent text</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Free text details for Agent.</sea:Content>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Neil Thomson</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules xml:lang="en">						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="Organization" type="OrganisationType" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>Agent organization name and code(s).</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>Organization</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Agent organization name and code(s).</sea:Content>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Neil Thomson</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules xml:lang="en">						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="Person" type="PersonNameType" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>Person agent name.</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>Person</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Person agent name.</sea:Content>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Neil Thomson</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules xml:lang="en">						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
  </xs:sequence>
</xs:complexType>

element AgentType/AgentText
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:string
annotation
documentation 
Free text details for Agent.
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Agent text</sea:FullName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">Free text details for Agent.</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Neil Thomson</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules xml:lang="en">						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="AgentText" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Free text details for Agent.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Agent text</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Free text details for Agent.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Neil Thomson</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules xml:lang="en">						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element AgentType/Organization
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type OrganisationType
children OrganisationName OrganisationCodes
annotation
documentation 
Agent organization name and code(s).
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Organization</sea:FullName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">Agent organization name and code(s).</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Neil Thomson</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules xml:lang="en">						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Organization" type="OrganisationType" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Agent organization name and code(s).</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Organization</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Agent organization name and code(s).</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Neil Thomson</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules xml:lang="en">						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element AgentType/Person
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type PersonNameType
children PersonName SortPersonName
annotation
documentation 
Person agent name.
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Person</sea:FullName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">Person agent name.</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Neil Thomson</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules xml:lang="en">						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Person" type="PersonNameType" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Person agent name.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Person</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Person agent name.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Neil Thomson</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules xml:lang="en">						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

complexType AspectType
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children Ordination CompassBearing Accuracy AspectText
used by
element GatheringType/GatheringSite/Aspect
annotation
documentation 
Orientation, outlook or aspect of slope
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Aspect</sea:FullName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">The orientation, outlook or aspect or direction of slope.</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Examples>				</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">This information is of particular intertest in relation to exposure and incident sunlight.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The values in these fields are nearly always directional and restricted to mountainous or sloping ground.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The value 'Open' can be used to described flat plains or exposed redge crests; 'Closed' can be used for valleys or ravines.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>				</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>				</sea:EditorialNotes>
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<xs:complexType name="AspectType">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">Orientation, outlook or aspect of slope</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Aspect</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">The orientation, outlook or aspect or direction of slope.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Examples>				</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">This information is of particular intertest in relation to exposure and incident sunlight.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The values in these fields are nearly always directional and restricted to mountainous or sloping ground.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The value 'Open' can be used to described flat plains or exposed redge crests; 'Closed' can be used for valleys or ravines.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>				</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>				</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:sequence>
    <xs:element name="Ordination" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">The direction, orientation or aspect of slope expressed in compass points</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Ordination</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Orientation or bearing as an abbreviation of cardinal points</sea:Content>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002, W. Berendsohn 05/2003</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
      <xs:simpleType>
        <xs:restriction base="xs:NMTOKEN">
          <xs:enumeration value="N"/>
          <xs:enumeration value="S"/>
          <xs:enumeration value="E"/>
          <xs:enumeration value="W"/>
          <xs:enumeration value="NE"/>
          <xs:enumeration value="SE"/>
          <xs:enumeration value="SW"/>
          <xs:enumeration value="NW"/>
          <xs:enumeration value="Open"/>
          <xs:enumeration value="Closed"/>
        </xs:restriction>
      </xs:simpleType>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="CompassBearing" type="xs:decimal" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">Orientation or bearing from North</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Compas Degrees</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Orientation or bearing from North, expressed  in compass degrees</sea:Content>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">May be used for recording aspect of a site or as part of the dip/strike measuremnt in geologic records.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="Accuracy" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">Accuracy of aspect reading or estimation</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Bearing Accuracy</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Accuracy of the bearing measurement of Aspect.</sea:Content>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">I have no idea how this element will be applied or who will use it (JRC)</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="AspectText" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">Text expression of slope or aspect</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Aspect Text</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Content xml:lang="en">The direction of aspect or slope expressedas text.</sea:Content>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Examples xml:lang="en">South West facing slope</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Examples xml:lang="en">Westward cliff</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">This field will as par as possible be a verbatim quote from the specimen label.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
      <xs:complexType>
        <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
      </xs:complexType>
    </xs:element>
  </xs:sequence>
</xs:complexType>

element AspectType/Ordination
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type restriction of xs:NMTOKEN
facets
enumeration N
enumeration S
enumeration E
enumeration W
enumeration NE
enumeration SE
enumeration SW
enumeration NW
enumeration Open
enumeration Closed
annotation
documentation 
The direction, orientation or aspect of slope expressed in compass points
appInfo 
<sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Ordination</sea:FullName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">Orientation or bearing as an abbreviation of cardinal points</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002, W. Berendsohn 05/2003</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Ordination" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">The direction, orientation or aspect of slope expressed in compass points</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Ordination</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Orientation or bearing as an abbreviation of cardinal points</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002, W. Berendsohn 05/2003</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:simpleType>
    <xs:restriction base="xs:NMTOKEN">
      <xs:enumeration value="N"/>
      <xs:enumeration value="S"/>
      <xs:enumeration value="E"/>
      <xs:enumeration value="W"/>
      <xs:enumeration value="NE"/>
      <xs:enumeration value="SE"/>
      <xs:enumeration value="SW"/>
      <xs:enumeration value="NW"/>
      <xs:enumeration value="Open"/>
      <xs:enumeration value="Closed"/>
    </xs:restriction>
  </xs:simpleType>
</xs:element>

element AspectType/CompassBearing
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:decimal
annotation
documentation 
Orientation or bearing from North
appInfo 
<sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Compas Degrees</sea:FullName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">Orientation or bearing from North, expressed  in compass degrees</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">May be used for recording aspect of a site or as part of the dip/strike measuremnt in geologic records.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
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<xs:element name="CompassBearing" type="xs:decimal" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">Orientation or bearing from North</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Compas Degrees</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Orientation or bearing from North, expressed  in compass degrees</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">May be used for recording aspect of a site or as part of the dip/strike measuremnt in geologic records.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element AspectType/Accuracy
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:string
annotation
documentation 
Accuracy of aspect reading or estimation
appInfo 
<sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Bearing Accuracy</sea:FullName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">Accuracy of the bearing measurement of Aspect.</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">I have no idea how this element will be applied or who will use it (JRC)</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Accuracy" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">Accuracy of aspect reading or estimation</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Bearing Accuracy</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Accuracy of the bearing measurement of Aspect.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">I have no idea how this element will be applied or who will use it (JRC)</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element AspectType/AspectText
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
attributes
Name  Type  Use  Default  Fixed  Annotation
Language  xs:language        
annotation
documentation 
Text expression of slope or aspect
appInfo 
<sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Aspect Text</sea:FullName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">The direction of aspect or slope expressedas text.</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Examples xml:lang="en">South West facing slope</sea:Examples>
<sea:Examples xml:lang="en">Westward cliff</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">This field will as par as possible be a verbatim quote from the specimen label.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="AspectText" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">Text expression of slope or aspect</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Aspect Text</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">The direction of aspect or slope expressedas text.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 10/2002</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Examples xml:lang="en">South West facing slope</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Examples xml:lang="en">Westward cliff</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">This field will as par as possible be a verbatim quote from the specimen label.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

complexType BotanicalGardenUnitType
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children AccessionSpecimenNumbers AccessionStatus AccessionMaterialType Hardiness ProvenanceCategory PropagationHistoryCode AccessionLineage DonorCategory
used by
element UnitDataType/UnitCollectionDomain/BotanicalGardenUnit
annotation
documentation 
Elements specific to units from botanical gardens
source
<xs:complexType name="BotanicalGardenUnitType">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Elements specific to units from botanical gardens</xs:documentation>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:sequence>
    <xs:element name="AccessionSpecimenNumbers" type="xs:int" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>Minimum numbers of individuals the garden is holding under the UnitID.</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>Accession specimen numbers</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: n/a. </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: AccessionSpecimenNumbers (=accspe). </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>1</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>Accession status must not be D (dead)</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="AccessionStatus" type="xs:byte" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>Current status (current or not current) of the accession in the garden.</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>Accession status</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: n/a. </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: AccessionStatus (=accsta). </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>The status may be C (current accession in the living collection), D (non-current due to death), T (non current due to transfer to another record system, normally another garden), S (stored in a dormant state), O (other accession status - different from those above). </sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>C</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>One or more of the following characters: C,D,T,S,O</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="AccessionMaterialType" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>Type of material the current living accession is composed of.</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>Accession material type</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: n/a. </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: AccessionStatus (=accsta). </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>The status may be C (current accession in the living collection), D (non-current due to death), T (non current due to transfer to another record system, normally another garden), S (stored in a dormant state), O (other accession status - different from those above). </sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>C</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>One or more of the following characters: C,D,T,S,O</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="Hardiness" type="xs:boolean" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>A flag indicating that the accession is grown outdoors in the botanical garden.</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>Hardiness</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: n/a. </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: -. </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>												</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="ProvenanceCategory" type="xs:byte" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>					</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>Provenance category</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3:- </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: Provenance Type Flag (=prot). </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>W (Accession of wild source), Z (Propagule/s from a wild source plant in cultivation, G (Accession not of wild source), U (Insufficient data to determine which category applies).</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>Z</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2, see there for further description.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>See ITF.</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="PropagationHistoryCode" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>A code to indicate the nature of the production of the plant material being accessioned, for you in association with the element ProvenanceType</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>Propagation history code</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3:- </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: Propagation History Flag (=prohis). </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>See ITF 2.</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>One of the following values: I, S, SA, SB, SC, V, VA, VB, U</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="AccessionLineage" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>The purpose of this element is to trace the lineage of an accession to either one or two immediate parent unit ID's. </xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>Accession lineage</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3:- </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: Accession Lineage (=acclin). </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>UnitIDspreceeded by garden code ().</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>K19650056</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2, further specification see there.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>												</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="DonorCategory" type="xs:byte" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>A code to indicate the type of the immediate donor from which the accession was obtained. This may not be necessarily the original collector of wild material.</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>Donor category</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: - </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2:Donor Type Flag  (=dont). </sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2. Note that the ITF-Donor field is found under AccessionSource and the Donor's Accession Number in the PreviousUnitID of first record in the UnitHistory. </sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>One or more of the following characters: E, G, B, R, S, U, H, M, N, I, O, U</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
  </xs:sequence>
</xs:complexType>

element BotanicalGardenUnitType/AccessionSpecimenNumbers
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:int
annotation
documentation 
Minimum numbers of individuals the garden is holding under the UnitID.
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Accession specimen numbers</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: n/a. </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: AccessionSpecimenNumbers (=accspe). </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>1</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>Accession status must not be D (dead)</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
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<xs:element name="AccessionSpecimenNumbers" type="xs:int" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Minimum numbers of individuals the garden is holding under the UnitID.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Accession specimen numbers</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: n/a. </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: AccessionSpecimenNumbers (=accspe). </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>1</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>Accession status must not be D (dead)</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element BotanicalGardenUnitType/AccessionStatus
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:byte
annotation
documentation 
Current status (current or not current) of the accession in the garden.
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Accession status</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: n/a. </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: AccessionStatus (=accsta). </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>The status may be C (current accession in the living collection), D (non-current due to death), T (non current due to transfer to another record system, normally another garden), S (stored in a dormant state), O (other accession status - different from those above). </sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>C</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>One or more of the following characters: C,D,T,S,O</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
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<xs:element name="AccessionStatus" type="xs:byte" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Current status (current or not current) of the accession in the garden.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Accession status</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: n/a. </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: AccessionStatus (=accsta). </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>The status may be C (current accession in the living collection), D (non-current due to death), T (non current due to transfer to another record system, normally another garden), S (stored in a dormant state), O (other accession status - different from those above). </sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>C</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>One or more of the following characters: C,D,T,S,O</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element BotanicalGardenUnitType/AccessionMaterialType
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:string
annotation
documentation 
Type of material the current living accession is composed of.
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Accession material type</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: n/a. </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: AccessionStatus (=accsta). </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>The status may be C (current accession in the living collection), D (non-current due to death), T (non current due to transfer to another record system, normally another garden), S (stored in a dormant state), O (other accession status - different from those above). </sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>C</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>One or more of the following characters: C,D,T,S,O</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
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<xs:element name="AccessionMaterialType" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Type of material the current living accession is composed of.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Accession material type</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: n/a. </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: AccessionStatus (=accsta). </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>The status may be C (current accession in the living collection), D (non-current due to death), T (non current due to transfer to another record system, normally another garden), S (stored in a dormant state), O (other accession status - different from those above). </sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>C</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>One or more of the following characters: C,D,T,S,O</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element BotanicalGardenUnitType/Hardiness
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:boolean
annotation
documentation 
A flag indicating that the accession is grown outdoors in the botanical garden.
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Hardiness</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: n/a. </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: -. </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>												</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
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<xs:element name="Hardiness" type="xs:boolean" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>A flag indicating that the accession is grown outdoors in the botanical garden.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Hardiness</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: n/a. </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: -. </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>												</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element BotanicalGardenUnitType/ProvenanceCategory
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:byte
annotation
documentation 
					
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Provenance category</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3:- </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: Provenance Type Flag (=prot). </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>W (Accession of wild source), Z (Propagule/s from a wild source plant in cultivation, G (Accession not of wild source), U (Insufficient data to determine which category applies).</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>Z</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2, see there for further description.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>See ITF.</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="ProvenanceCategory" type="xs:byte" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>					</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Provenance category</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3:- </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: Provenance Type Flag (=prot). </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>W (Accession of wild source), Z (Propagule/s from a wild source plant in cultivation, G (Accession not of wild source), U (Insufficient data to determine which category applies).</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>Z</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2, see there for further description.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>See ITF.</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element BotanicalGardenUnitType/PropagationHistoryCode
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:string
annotation
documentation 
A code to indicate the nature of the production of the plant material being accessioned, for you in association with the element ProvenanceType
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Propagation history code</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3:- </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: Propagation History Flag (=prohis). </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>See ITF 2.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>One of the following values: I, S, SA, SB, SC, V, VA, VB, U</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="PropagationHistoryCode" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>A code to indicate the nature of the production of the plant material being accessioned, for you in association with the element ProvenanceType</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Propagation history code</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3:- </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: Propagation History Flag (=prohis). </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>See ITF 2.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>One of the following values: I, S, SA, SB, SC, V, VA, VB, U</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element BotanicalGardenUnitType/AccessionLineage
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:string
annotation
documentation 
The purpose of this element is to trace the lineage of an accession to either one or two immediate parent unit ID's. 
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Accession lineage</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3:- </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: Accession Lineage (=acclin). </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>UnitIDspreceeded by garden code ().</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>K19650056</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2, further specification see there.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>												</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="AccessionLineage" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>The purpose of this element is to trace the lineage of an accession to either one or two immediate parent unit ID's. </xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Accession lineage</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3:- </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2: Accession Lineage (=acclin). </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>UnitIDspreceeded by garden code ().</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>K19650056</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2, further specification see there.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>												</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element BotanicalGardenUnitType/DonorCategory
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:byte
annotation
documentation 
A code to indicate the type of the immediate donor from which the accession was obtained. This may not be necessarily the original collector of wild material.
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Donor category</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: - </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2:Donor Type Flag  (=dont). </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2. Note that the ITF-Donor field is found under AccessionSource and the Donor's Accession Number in the PreviousUnitID of first record in the UnitHistory. </sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>One or more of the following characters: E, G, B, R, S, U, H, M, N, I, O, U</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="DonorCategory" type="xs:byte" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>A code to indicate the type of the immediate donor from which the accession was obtained. This may not be necessarily the original collector of wild material.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Donor category</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Berendsohn</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID 3: - </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>ITF 2:Donor Type Flag  (=dont). </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>Field definition taken from ITF 2. Note that the ITF-Donor field is found under AccessionSource and the Donor's Accession Number in the PreviousUnitID of first record in the UnitHistory. </sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>One or more of the following characters: E, G, B, R, S, U, H, M, N, I, O, U</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

complexType ContactType
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children Organisation Person Role Addresses TelephoneNumbers EmailAddresses URLs
used by
elements GatheringType/Project/Contact RightsType/LegalOwner DataSets/DataSet/DatasetDerivations/DatasetDerivation/Supplier
annotation
documentation 
Contact details.
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>				</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>				</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>				</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Identifies an organisation and/or a person as contact and provides addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses and URLs.  If a PersonName is supplied, all contact details should relate to the person.  If no PersonName is supplied, they should relate to the Organisation.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>				</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>				</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>				</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>				</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:complexType name="ContactType">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Contact details.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>				</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>				</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>				</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Identifies an organisation and/or a person as contact and provides addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses and URLs.  If a PersonName is supplied, all contact details should relate to the person.  If no PersonName is supplied, they should relate to the Organisation.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>				</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>				</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>				</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>				</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:sequence>
    <xs:element name="Organisation" type="OrganisationType" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>Organisation to contact</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="Person" type="PersonNameType" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>Person to contact</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="Role" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>Role of Person or Organisation in context</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>						</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>Title for role of person or organisation.  This element can be used to provide a title such as "Database Administrator" or "Curator" when no individual person is named.</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
      <xs:complexType>
        <xs:simpleContent>
          <xs:extension base="xs:string">
            <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
          </xs:extension>
        </xs:simpleContent>
      </xs:complexType>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="Addresses" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>Contact addresses</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>Set of addresses for person or organisation.  PreferredFlag attribute is used to indicate preferred postal address.</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
      <xs:complexType>
        <xs:sequence>
          <xs:element name="Address" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
            <xs:annotation>
              <xs:documentation>Contact address</xs:documentation>
              <xs:appinfo>
                <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
                <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
                <sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
                <sea:Content>Address of person or organisation.  PreferredFlag attribute is used to indicate preferred postal address.</sea:Content>
                <sea:Examples>									</sea:Examples>
                <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
                <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
                <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
              </xs:appinfo>
            </xs:annotation>
            <xs:complexType>
              <xs:simpleContent>
                <xs:extension base="xs:string">
                  <xs:attribute name="PreferredFlag" type="xs:boolean" default="false"/>
                </xs:extension>
              </xs:simpleContent>
            </xs:complexType>
          </xs:element>
        </xs:sequence>
      </xs:complexType>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="TelephoneNumbers" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>Telephone and fax numbers</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>Set of telephone or fax numbers for person or organisation.</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
      <xs:complexType>
        <xs:sequence>
          <xs:element name="TelephoneNumber" type="TelephoneNumberType" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
            <xs:annotation>
              <xs:documentation>Telephone or fax number</xs:documentation>
              <xs:appinfo>
                <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
                <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
                <sea:ExistingStandards>NBN : element Contact_Number. </sea:ExistingStandards>
                <sea:Content>Numbers should be provided in the ITU International Format ("+CountryCode AreaCode Number").   PreferredFlag attribute indicates preferred e-mail address.</sea:Content>
                <sea:Examples>
                  <Example>+44 9876 543210</Example>
                </sea:Examples>
                <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
                <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
                <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
              </xs:appinfo>
            </xs:annotation>
          </xs:element>
        </xs:sequence>
      </xs:complexType>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="EmailAddresses" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>E-mail addresses</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>Set of e-mail addresses for person or organisation.</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
      <xs:complexType>
        <xs:sequence>
          <xs:element name="EmailAddress" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
            <xs:annotation>
              <xs:documentation>E-mail address for contact</xs:documentation>
              <xs:appinfo>
                <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
                <sea:Audience>									</sea:Audience>
                <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
                <sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
                <sea:Content>Valid e-mail address.  PreferredFlag attribute indicates preferred e-mail address.</sea:Content>
                <sea:Examples>
                  <Example>any.person@any.org</Example>
                </sea:Examples>
                <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
                <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
                <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
              </xs:appinfo>
            </xs:annotation>
            <xs:complexType>
              <xs:simpleContent>
                <xs:extension base="xs:token">
                  <xs:attribute name="PreferredFlag" type="xs:boolean" default="false"/>
                </xs:extension>
              </xs:simpleContent>
            </xs:complexType>
          </xs:element>
        </xs:sequence>
      </xs:complexType>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="URLs" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>URLs for person or organisation</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
          <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
          <sea:Content>Set of URLs of web sites for person or organisation.</sea:Content>
          <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
          <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
          <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
      <xs:complexType>
        <xs:sequence>
          <xs:element name="URL" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
            <xs:annotation>
              <xs:documentation>URL for person or organisation</xs:documentation>
              <xs:appinfo>
                <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
                <sea:Audience>									</sea:Audience>
                <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
                <sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
                <sea:Content>Publicly available URL for person or organisation.  PreferredFlag attribute indicates main URL.</sea:Content>
                <sea:Examples>									</sea:Examples>
                <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
                <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
                <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
              </xs:appinfo>
            </xs:annotation>
            <xs:complexType>
              <xs:simpleContent>
                <xs:extension base="xs:anyURI">
                  <xs:attribute name="PreferredFlag" type="xs:boolean" default="false"/>
                </xs:extension>
              </xs:simpleContent>
            </xs:complexType>
          </xs:element>
        </xs:sequence>
      </xs:complexType>
    </xs:element>
  </xs:sequence>
</xs:complexType>

element ContactType/Organisation
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type OrganisationType
children OrganisationName OrganisationCodes
annotation
documentation 
Organisation to contact
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Organisation" type="OrganisationType" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Organisation to contact</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element ContactType/Person
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type PersonNameType
children PersonName SortPersonName
annotation
documentation 
Person to contact
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Person" type="PersonNameType" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Person to contact</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>						</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element ContactType/Role
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type extension of xs:string
attributes
Name  Type  Use  Default  Fixed  Annotation
Language  xs:language        
annotation
documentation 
Role of Person or Organisation in context
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>						</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Title for role of person or organisation.  This element can be used to provide a title such as "Database Administrator" or "Curator" when no individual person is named.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Role" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Role of Person or Organisation in context</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>						</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Title for role of person or organisation.  This element can be used to provide a title such as "Database Administrator" or "Curator" when no individual person is named.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:simpleContent>
      <xs:extension base="xs:string">
        <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
      </xs:extension>
    </xs:simpleContent>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element ContactType/Addresses
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children Address
annotation
documentation 
Contact addresses
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Set of addresses for person or organisation.  PreferredFlag attribute is used to indicate preferred postal address.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Addresses" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Contact addresses</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Set of addresses for person or organisation.  PreferredFlag attribute is used to indicate preferred postal address.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:sequence>
      <xs:element name="Address" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Contact address</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>Address of person or organisation.  PreferredFlag attribute is used to indicate preferred postal address.</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>									</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
        <xs:complexType>
          <xs:simpleContent>
            <xs:extension base="xs:string">
              <xs:attribute name="PreferredFlag" type="xs:boolean" default="false"/>
            </xs:extension>
          </xs:simpleContent>
        </xs:complexType>
      </xs:element>
    </xs:sequence>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element ContactType/Addresses/Address
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type extension of xs:string
attributes
Name  Type  Use  Default  Fixed  Annotation
PreferredFlag  xs:boolean    false    
annotation
documentation 
Contact address
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Address of person or organisation.  PreferredFlag attribute is used to indicate preferred postal address.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>									</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="Address" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Contact address</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Address of person or organisation.  PreferredFlag attribute is used to indicate preferred postal address.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>									</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:simpleContent>
      <xs:extension base="xs:string">
        <xs:attribute name="PreferredFlag" type="xs:boolean" default="false"/>
      </xs:extension>
    </xs:simpleContent>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element ContactType/TelephoneNumbers
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children TelephoneNumber
annotation
documentation 
Telephone and fax numbers
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Set of telephone or fax numbers for person or organisation.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="TelephoneNumbers" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Telephone and fax numbers</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Set of telephone or fax numbers for person or organisation.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:sequence>
      <xs:element name="TelephoneNumber" type="TelephoneNumberType" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>Telephone or fax number</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>NBN : element Contact_Number. </sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>Numbers should be provided in the ITU International Format ("+CountryCode AreaCode Number").   PreferredFlag attribute indicates preferred e-mail address.</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>
              <Example>+44 9876 543210</Example>
            </sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
      </xs:element>
    </xs:sequence>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element ContactType/TelephoneNumbers/TelephoneNumber
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type TelephoneNumberType
children Number UsageNotes
attributes
Name  Type  Use  Default  Fixed  Annotation
PreferredFlag  xs:boolean    false    
TelephoneType  xs:NMTOKEN    Voice    
annotation
documentation 
Telephone or fax number
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>NBN : element Contact_Number. </sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Numbers should be provided in the ITU International Format ("+CountryCode AreaCode Number").   PreferredFlag attribute indicates preferred e-mail address.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>
	<Example>+44 9876 543210</Example>
</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="TelephoneNumber" type="TelephoneNumberType" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Telephone or fax number</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>NBN : element Contact_Number. </sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Numbers should be provided in the ITU International Format ("+CountryCode AreaCode Number").   PreferredFlag attribute indicates preferred e-mail address.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>
        <Example>+44 9876 543210</Example>
      </sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element ContactType/EmailAddresses
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children EmailAddress
annotation
documentation 
E-mail addresses
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Set of e-mail addresses for person or organisation.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="EmailAddresses" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>E-mail addresses</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Set of e-mail addresses for person or organisation.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:sequence>
      <xs:element name="EmailAddress" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>E-mail address for contact</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>									</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>Valid e-mail address.  PreferredFlag attribute indicates preferred e-mail address.</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>
              <Example>any.person@any.org</Example>
            </sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
        <xs:complexType>
          <xs:simpleContent>
            <xs:extension base="xs:token">
              <xs:attribute name="PreferredFlag" type="xs:boolean" default="false"/>
            </xs:extension>
          </xs:simpleContent>
        </xs:complexType>
      </xs:element>
    </xs:sequence>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element ContactType/EmailAddresses/EmailAddress
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type extension of xs:token
attributes
Name  Type  Use  Default  Fixed  Annotation
PreferredFlag  xs:boolean    false    
annotation
documentation 
E-mail address for contact
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>									</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Valid e-mail address.  PreferredFlag attribute indicates preferred e-mail address.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>
	<Example>any.person@any.org</Example>
</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="EmailAddress" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>E-mail address for contact</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>									</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Valid e-mail address.  PreferredFlag attribute indicates preferred e-mail address.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>
        <Example>any.person@any.org</Example>
      </sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:simpleContent>
      <xs:extension base="xs:token">
        <xs:attribute name="PreferredFlag" type="xs:boolean" default="false"/>
      </xs:extension>
    </xs:simpleContent>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element ContactType/URLs
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children URL
annotation
documentation 
URLs for person or organisation
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Set of URLs of web sites for person or organisation.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="URLs" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>URLs for person or organisation</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>						</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>						</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>						</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Set of URLs of web sites for person or organisation.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>						</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>						</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>						</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>						</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:sequence>
      <xs:element name="URL" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
        <xs:annotation>
          <xs:documentation>URL for person or organisation</xs:documentation>
          <xs:appinfo>
            <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
            <sea:Audience>									</sea:Audience>
            <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
            <sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
            <sea:Content>Publicly available URL for person or organisation.  PreferredFlag attribute indicates main URL.</sea:Content>
            <sea:Examples>									</sea:Examples>
            <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
            <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
            <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
          </xs:appinfo>
        </xs:annotation>
        <xs:complexType>
          <xs:simpleContent>
            <xs:extension base="xs:anyURI">
              <xs:attribute name="PreferredFlag" type="xs:boolean" default="false"/>
            </xs:extension>
          </xs:simpleContent>
        </xs:complexType>
      </xs:element>
    </xs:sequence>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element ContactType/URLs/URL
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type extension of xs:anyURI
attributes
Name  Type  Use  Default  Fixed  Annotation
PreferredFlag  xs:boolean    false    
annotation
documentation 
URL for person or organisation
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
<sea:Audience>									</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Content>Publicly available URL for person or organisation.  PreferredFlag attribute indicates main URL.</sea:Content>
<sea:Examples>									</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:element name="URL" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>URL for person or organisation</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Audience>									</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Content>Publicly available URL for person or organisation.  PreferredFlag attribute indicates main URL.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Examples>									</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:simpleContent>
      <xs:extension base="xs:anyURI">
        <xs:attribute name="PreferredFlag" type="xs:boolean" default="false"/>
      </xs:extension>
    </xs:simpleContent>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

complexType CountryType
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children CountryName CountryNameDerived ISO2Letter ISO3Letter
used by
element GatheringType/GatheringSite/Country
annotation
documentation 
Details of the country
appInfo 
<sea:FullName>Country</sea:FullName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">Elements covering the representation of the country and it name.</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002, W. Berendsohn 06/2003</sea:Reviewer>
<sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID4</sea:ExistingStandards>
<sea:Examples>				</sea:Examples>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">Maps to Darwin Core 2: Country through either ISO2Letter (future) or CountryName (current). Historical country names and water bodies outside the coastal zone can be entered under named area.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">CountryNameDerived is provided for a country name that has been derived, for example from a system supplied dictionary, by library consultation or other independent research.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">				</sea:Comments>
<sea:Rules xml:lang="en"> At least one of CountryName or ISO2 or ISO3 should be present but more are allowed. This should be the political country having jurisdiction over the collection site.</sea:Rules>
<sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">Country names and ISO codes can theoretically be part of controlled enumerations but if included within tghe schems would blow it out to an unacceptable level; is it possible to refer to these lists externally with physically invoking them?(JRC)</sea:EditorialNotes>
source
<xs:complexType name="CountryType">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Details of the country</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName>Country</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">Elements covering the representation of the country and it name.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002, W. Berendsohn 06/2003</sea:Reviewer>
      <sea:ExistingStandards>HISPID4</sea:ExistingStandards>
      <sea:Examples>				</sea:Examples>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">Maps to Darwin Core 2: Country through either ISO2Letter (future) or CountryName (current). Historical country names and water bodies outside the coastal zone can be entered under named area.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">CountryNameDerived is provided for a country name that has been derived, for example from a system supplied dictionary, by library consultation or other independent research.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">				</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Rules xml:lang="en"> At least one of CountryName or ISO2 or ISO3 should be present but more are allowed. This should be the political country having jurisdiction over the collection site.</sea:Rules>
      <sea:EditorialNotes xml:lang="en">Country names and ISO codes can theoretically be part of controlled enumerations but if included within tghe schems would blow it out to an unacceptable level; is it possible to refer to these lists externally with physically invoking them?(JRC)</sea:EditorialNotes>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:sequence>
    <xs:annotation>
      <xs:documentation>				</xs:documentation>
    </xs:annotation>
    <xs:element name="CountryName" id="cou" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">Name of country or major region for specimen or observation</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Country</sea:FullName>
          <sea:Content xml:lang="en">The name of the country or major region where the specimen was collected,or the observation made, entered in full.</sea:Content>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002</sea:Reviewer>
          <Standard>ABIS</Standard>
          <Standard>ITF</Standard>
          <Standard>TLR</Standard>
          <Standard>WGSUB</Standard>
          <Standard>ISO</Standard>
          <Standard> Brummitt (1992)</Standard>
          <Example xml:lang="en">Australia</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">Commonwealth of Australia</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">Iceland</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">Republic of Iceland</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">Samoa</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">Independent State of Samoa</Example>
          <Rule xml:lang="en">If the name of the country where the plant was collected is unknown, then this field should contain the value 'UNKNOWN'. In this case, the ISO Code for Country of Origin field must have the entry 'XX' or 'XY'. All remaining 'location group' fields should be left unfilled.</Rule>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">It is recommended that the spelling of the country should be that recognised by the International Standards Organization (ISO).</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">It is recommended that new country names be enclosed in square brackets, after the old country name, where country names or boundaries have changed. The 2 letter ISO codes in ISO Code for Country of Origin field assist updating and cross referencing country names where boundaries change.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">Separate fields for state/province and country are needed to adequately handle the situation with international collections.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The use of this element is slightly ambiguous in that local practice might require either verbatim quote from specimen labels, or standardization by controlled vocabulary or lookup lists</sea:Comments>
          <EditorialNote xml:lang="en">This element is also covered by various geographic standards and may be better covered by reference to these.(JRC)</EditorialNote>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
      <xs:complexType>
        <xs:simpleContent>
          <xs:extension base="xs:string">
            <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
          </xs:extension>
        </xs:simpleContent>
      </xs:complexType>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="CountryNameDerived" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">Derived name of country or major region for specimen or observation</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Country Name Derived</sea:FullName>
          <ShortName xml:lang="en">DerivedCountry</ShortName>
          <sea:Content xml:lang="en">The derived name of the country or major region where the specimen was collected, or the observation made, entered in full, interpereted in the light of contemporary geographical knowledge.</sea:Content>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002</sea:Reviewer>
          <Standard>ABIS</Standard>
          <Standard>ITF</Standard>
          <Standard>TLR</Standard>
          <Standard>WGSUB</Standard>
          <Standard>ISO</Standard>
          <Standard> Brummitt (1992)</Standard>
          <Example xml:lang="en">Sri Lanka</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">Taiwan</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">Vanuatu</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">Papua New Guinea</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">Kiribati</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">East Timor</Example>
          <Rule xml:lang="en">If the name of the country where the plant was collected is unknown, then this field should contain the value 'UNKNOWN'. In this case, the ISO Code for Country of Origin field must have the entry 'XX', 'XY',  'XXX', or 'XXY'. All remaining 'location group' fields should be left unfilled.</Rule>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">It is recommended that the spelling of the country should be that recognised by the International Standards Organization (ISO).</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The derived country names offers the opportunity to document the name under which a country is currently known, interpreted by an old or superceded names on the specimen label, such as Vanuatu for the New Hebrides, Sri Lanka for Ceylon, etc.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">Separate fields for state/province and country are needed to adequately handle the situation with international collections.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The use of this element is slightly ambiguous in that local practice might require either verbatim quote from specimen labels, or standardization by controlled vocabulary or lookup lists</sea:Comments>
          <EditorialNote xml:lang="en">This element is also covered by various geographic standards and may be better covered by reference to these.(JRC)</EditorialNote>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
      <xs:complexType>
        <xs:simpleContent>
          <xs:extension base="xs:string">
            <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
          </xs:extension>
        </xs:simpleContent>
      </xs:complexType>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="ISO2Letter" type="xs:string" id="iso2" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">2-letter ISO code for representatioin of name of country or origin</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">2-letter ISO country code</sea:FullName>
          <ShortName xml:lang="en">ISO Country</ShortName>
          <sea:Content xml:lang="en">The 2-letter code for the representation of the name of the country of origin of the collection or observation using the codes assigned by the International Standards Organization (ISO).</sea:Content>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002</sea:Reviewer>
          <Standard>ABIS</Standard>
          <Standard>ITF</Standard>
          <Standard>ISO</Standard>
          <Standard> Brummitt (1992)</Standard>
          <Example xml:lang="en">AUS</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">ESP</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">FRA</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">USA</Example>
          <Rule xml:lang="en">This field should contain a valid entry as defined by the International Standards Organization (ISO Standard 3166)</Rule>
          <Rule xml:lang="en">Two other entries are permitted in addition to those defined by ISO. If the name of the country where the plant was collected is unknown, then this field should contain the value 'XX'; if a country name is not applicable then teh field should containg the value "XY". In these cases, the Country field must have the entry 'UNKNOWN'. All remaining 'location group' fields should be left unfilled.</Rule>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The 2 letter ISO codes in ISO Code for Country of Origin field assist updating and cross referencing countries where boundaries change.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The 'XX' code should be used when no country of origin information is provided. The 'XY' code sould be used for non-specific collecting localities, e.g. Africa, SouthEast Asia</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">See comments under Country.</sea:Comments>
          <EditorialNote xml:lang="en">This element is also covered by various geographic standards and may be better covered by reference to these.(JRC)</EditorialNote>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="ISO3Letter" type="xs:string" id="iso3" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">3-letter ISO code for representation of name of country of origin</xs:documentation>
        <xs:appinfo>
          <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">3-letter ISO country code</sea:FullName>
          <ShortName xml:lang="en">ISO Country</ShortName>
          <sea:Content xml:lang="en">The 2-letter code for the representation of the name of the country of origin of the collection or observation using the codes assigned by the International Standards Organization (ISO).</sea:Content>
          <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
          <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002</sea:Reviewer>
          <Standard>ABIS</Standard>
          <Standard>ITF</Standard>
          <Standard>ISO</Standard>
          <Standard> Brummitt (1992)</Standard>
          <Example xml:lang="en">AU</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">ES</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">FR</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">PG</Example>
          <Example xml:lang="en">US</Example>
          <Rule xml:lang="en">This field should contain a valid entry as defined by the International Standards Organization (ISO Standard 3166)</Rule>
          <Rule xml:lang="en">Two other entries are permitted in addition to those defined by ISO. If the name of the country where the plant was collected is unknown, then this field should contain the value 'XXX'; if a country name is not applicable then the field should containg the value "XXY". In these cases, the Country field must have the entry 'UNKNOWN'. All remaining 'location group' fields should be left unfilled.</Rule>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The 3-letter ISO codes in ISO Code for Country of Origin field assist updating and cross referencing countries where boundaries change.</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The 'XXX' code should be used when no country of origin information is provided. The 'XXY' code sould be used for non-specific collecting localities, e.g. Africa, SouthEast Asia</sea:Comments>
          <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">See comments under Country.</sea:Comments>
          <EditorialNote xml:lang="en">This element is also covered by various geographic standards and may be better covered by reference to these.(JRC)</EditorialNote>
        </xs:appinfo>
      </xs:annotation>
    </xs:element>
  </xs:sequence>
</xs:complexType>

element CountryType/CountryName
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type extension of xs:string
attributes
Name  Type  Use  Default  Fixed  Annotation
Language  xs:language        
annotation
documentation 
Name of country or major region for specimen or observation
appInfo 
<sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Country</sea:FullName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">The name of the country or major region where the specimen was collected,or the observation made, entered in full.</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002</sea:Reviewer>
<Standard>ABIS</Standard>
<Standard>ITF</Standard>
<Standard>TLR</Standard>
<Standard>WGSUB</Standard>
<Standard>ISO</Standard>
<Standard> Brummitt (1992)</Standard>
<Example xml:lang="en">Australia</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">Commonwealth of Australia</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">Iceland</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">Republic of Iceland</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">Samoa</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">Independent State of Samoa</Example>
<Rule xml:lang="en">If the name of the country where the plant was collected is unknown, then this field should contain the value 'UNKNOWN'. In this case, the ISO Code for Country of Origin field must have the entry 'XX' or 'XY'. All remaining 'location group' fields should be left unfilled.</Rule>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">It is recommended that the spelling of the country should be that recognised by the International Standards Organization (ISO).</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">It is recommended that new country names be enclosed in square brackets, after the old country name, where country names or boundaries have changed. The 2 letter ISO codes in ISO Code for Country of Origin field assist updating and cross referencing country names where boundaries change.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">Separate fields for state/province and country are needed to adequately handle the situation with international collections.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The use of this element is slightly ambiguous in that local practice might require either verbatim quote from specimen labels, or standardization by controlled vocabulary or lookup lists</sea:Comments>
<EditorialNote xml:lang="en">This element is also covered by various geographic standards and may be better covered by reference to these.(JRC)</EditorialNote>
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<xs:element name="CountryName" id="cou" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">Name of country or major region for specimen or observation</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Country</sea:FullName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">The name of the country or major region where the specimen was collected,or the observation made, entered in full.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002</sea:Reviewer>
      <Standard>ABIS</Standard>
      <Standard>ITF</Standard>
      <Standard>TLR</Standard>
      <Standard>WGSUB</Standard>
      <Standard>ISO</Standard>
      <Standard> Brummitt (1992)</Standard>
      <Example xml:lang="en">Australia</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">Commonwealth of Australia</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">Iceland</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">Republic of Iceland</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">Samoa</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">Independent State of Samoa</Example>
      <Rule xml:lang="en">If the name of the country where the plant was collected is unknown, then this field should contain the value 'UNKNOWN'. In this case, the ISO Code for Country of Origin field must have the entry 'XX' or 'XY'. All remaining 'location group' fields should be left unfilled.</Rule>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">It is recommended that the spelling of the country should be that recognised by the International Standards Organization (ISO).</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">It is recommended that new country names be enclosed in square brackets, after the old country name, where country names or boundaries have changed. The 2 letter ISO codes in ISO Code for Country of Origin field assist updating and cross referencing country names where boundaries change.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">Separate fields for state/province and country are needed to adequately handle the situation with international collections.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The use of this element is slightly ambiguous in that local practice might require either verbatim quote from specimen labels, or standardization by controlled vocabulary or lookup lists</sea:Comments>
      <EditorialNote xml:lang="en">This element is also covered by various geographic standards and may be better covered by reference to these.(JRC)</EditorialNote>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:simpleContent>
      <xs:extension base="xs:string">
        <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
      </xs:extension>
    </xs:simpleContent>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element CountryType/CountryNameDerived
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type extension of xs:string
attributes
Name  Type  Use  Default  Fixed  Annotation
Language  xs:language        
annotation
documentation 
Derived name of country or major region for specimen or observation
appInfo 
<sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Country Name Derived</sea:FullName>
<ShortName xml:lang="en">DerivedCountry</ShortName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">The derived name of the country or major region where the specimen was collected, or the observation made, entered in full, interpereted in the light of contemporary geographical knowledge.</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002</sea:Reviewer>
<Standard>ABIS</Standard>
<Standard>ITF</Standard>
<Standard>TLR</Standard>
<Standard>WGSUB</Standard>
<Standard>ISO</Standard>
<Standard> Brummitt (1992)</Standard>
<Example xml:lang="en">Sri Lanka</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">Taiwan</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">Vanuatu</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">Papua New Guinea</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">Kiribati</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">East Timor</Example>
<Rule xml:lang="en">If the name of the country where the plant was collected is unknown, then this field should contain the value 'UNKNOWN'. In this case, the ISO Code for Country of Origin field must have the entry 'XX', 'XY',  'XXX', or 'XXY'. All remaining 'location group' fields should be left unfilled.</Rule>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">It is recommended that the spelling of the country should be that recognised by the International Standards Organization (ISO).</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The derived country names offers the opportunity to document the name under which a country is currently known, interpreted by an old or superceded names on the specimen label, such as Vanuatu for the New Hebrides, Sri Lanka for Ceylon, etc.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">Separate fields for state/province and country are needed to adequately handle the situation with international collections.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The use of this element is slightly ambiguous in that local practice might require either verbatim quote from specimen labels, or standardization by controlled vocabulary or lookup lists</sea:Comments>
<EditorialNote xml:lang="en">This element is also covered by various geographic standards and may be better covered by reference to these.(JRC)</EditorialNote>
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<xs:element name="CountryNameDerived" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">Derived name of country or major region for specimen or observation</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">Country Name Derived</sea:FullName>
      <ShortName xml:lang="en">DerivedCountry</ShortName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">The derived name of the country or major region where the specimen was collected, or the observation made, entered in full, interpereted in the light of contemporary geographical knowledge.</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002</sea:Reviewer>
      <Standard>ABIS</Standard>
      <Standard>ITF</Standard>
      <Standard>TLR</Standard>
      <Standard>WGSUB</Standard>
      <Standard>ISO</Standard>
      <Standard> Brummitt (1992)</Standard>
      <Example xml:lang="en">Sri Lanka</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">Taiwan</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">Vanuatu</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">Papua New Guinea</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">Kiribati</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">East Timor</Example>
      <Rule xml:lang="en">If the name of the country where the plant was collected is unknown, then this field should contain the value 'UNKNOWN'. In this case, the ISO Code for Country of Origin field must have the entry 'XX', 'XY',  'XXX', or 'XXY'. All remaining 'location group' fields should be left unfilled.</Rule>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">It is recommended that the spelling of the country should be that recognised by the International Standards Organization (ISO).</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The derived country names offers the opportunity to document the name under which a country is currently known, interpreted by an old or superceded names on the specimen label, such as Vanuatu for the New Hebrides, Sri Lanka for Ceylon, etc.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">Separate fields for state/province and country are needed to adequately handle the situation with international collections.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The use of this element is slightly ambiguous in that local practice might require either verbatim quote from specimen labels, or standardization by controlled vocabulary or lookup lists</sea:Comments>
      <EditorialNote xml:lang="en">This element is also covered by various geographic standards and may be better covered by reference to these.(JRC)</EditorialNote>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexType>
    <xs:simpleContent>
      <xs:extension base="xs:string">
        <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
      </xs:extension>
    </xs:simpleContent>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element CountryType/ISO2Letter
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:string
annotation
documentation 
2-letter ISO code for representatioin of name of country or origin
appInfo 
<sea:FullName xml:lang="en">2-letter ISO country code</sea:FullName>
<ShortName xml:lang="en">ISO Country</ShortName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">The 2-letter code for the representation of the name of the country of origin of the collection or observation using the codes assigned by the International Standards Organization (ISO).</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002</sea:Reviewer>
<Standard>ABIS</Standard>
<Standard>ITF</Standard>
<Standard>ISO</Standard>
<Standard> Brummitt (1992)</Standard>
<Example xml:lang="en">AUS</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">ESP</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">FRA</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">USA</Example>
<Rule xml:lang="en">This field should contain a valid entry as defined by the International Standards Organization (ISO Standard 3166)</Rule>
<Rule xml:lang="en">Two other entries are permitted in addition to those defined by ISO. If the name of the country where the plant was collected is unknown, then this field should contain the value 'XX'; if a country name is not applicable then teh field should containg the value "XY". In these cases, the Country field must have the entry 'UNKNOWN'. All remaining 'location group' fields should be left unfilled.</Rule>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The 2 letter ISO codes in ISO Code for Country of Origin field assist updating and cross referencing countries where boundaries change.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The 'XX' code should be used when no country of origin information is provided. The 'XY' code sould be used for non-specific collecting localities, e.g. Africa, SouthEast Asia</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">See comments under Country.</sea:Comments>
<EditorialNote xml:lang="en">This element is also covered by various geographic standards and may be better covered by reference to these.(JRC)</EditorialNote>
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<xs:element name="ISO2Letter" type="xs:string" id="iso2" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">2-letter ISO code for representatioin of name of country or origin</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">2-letter ISO country code</sea:FullName>
      <ShortName xml:lang="en">ISO Country</ShortName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">The 2-letter code for the representation of the name of the country of origin of the collection or observation using the codes assigned by the International Standards Organization (ISO).</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002</sea:Reviewer>
      <Standard>ABIS</Standard>
      <Standard>ITF</Standard>
      <Standard>ISO</Standard>
      <Standard> Brummitt (1992)</Standard>
      <Example xml:lang="en">AUS</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">ESP</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">FRA</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">USA</Example>
      <Rule xml:lang="en">This field should contain a valid entry as defined by the International Standards Organization (ISO Standard 3166)</Rule>
      <Rule xml:lang="en">Two other entries are permitted in addition to those defined by ISO. If the name of the country where the plant was collected is unknown, then this field should contain the value 'XX'; if a country name is not applicable then teh field should containg the value "XY". In these cases, the Country field must have the entry 'UNKNOWN'. All remaining 'location group' fields should be left unfilled.</Rule>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The 2 letter ISO codes in ISO Code for Country of Origin field assist updating and cross referencing countries where boundaries change.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The 'XX' code should be used when no country of origin information is provided. The 'XY' code sould be used for non-specific collecting localities, e.g. Africa, SouthEast Asia</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">See comments under Country.</sea:Comments>
      <EditorialNote xml:lang="en">This element is also covered by various geographic standards and may be better covered by reference to these.(JRC)</EditorialNote>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element CountryType/ISO3Letter
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
type xs:string
annotation
documentation 
3-letter ISO code for representation of name of country of origin
appInfo 
<sea:FullName xml:lang="en">3-letter ISO country code</sea:FullName>
<ShortName xml:lang="en">ISO Country</ShortName>
<sea:Content xml:lang="en">The 2-letter code for the representation of the name of the country of origin of the collection or observation using the codes assigned by the International Standards Organization (ISO).</sea:Content>
<sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
<sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
<sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002</sea:Reviewer>
<Standard>ABIS</Standard>
<Standard>ITF</Standard>
<Standard>ISO</Standard>
<Standard> Brummitt (1992)</Standard>
<Example xml:lang="en">AU</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">ES</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">FR</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">PG</Example>
<Example xml:lang="en">US</Example>
<Rule xml:lang="en">This field should contain a valid entry as defined by the International Standards Organization (ISO Standard 3166)</Rule>
<Rule xml:lang="en">Two other entries are permitted in addition to those defined by ISO. If the name of the country where the plant was collected is unknown, then this field should contain the value 'XXX'; if a country name is not applicable then the field should containg the value "XXY". In these cases, the Country field must have the entry 'UNKNOWN'. All remaining 'location group' fields should be left unfilled.</Rule>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The 3-letter ISO codes in ISO Code for Country of Origin field assist updating and cross referencing countries where boundaries change.</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The 'XXX' code should be used when no country of origin information is provided. The 'XXY' code sould be used for non-specific collecting localities, e.g. Africa, SouthEast Asia</sea:Comments>
<sea:Comments xml:lang="en">See comments under Country.</sea:Comments>
<EditorialNote xml:lang="en">This element is also covered by various geographic standards and may be better covered by reference to these.(JRC)</EditorialNote>
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<xs:element name="ISO3Letter" type="xs:string" id="iso3" minOccurs="0">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">3-letter ISO code for representation of name of country of origin</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <sea:FullName xml:lang="en">3-letter ISO country code</sea:FullName>
      <ShortName xml:lang="en">ISO Country</ShortName>
      <sea:Content xml:lang="en">The 2-letter code for the representation of the name of the country of origin of the collection or observation using the codes assigned by the International Standards Organization (ISO).</sea:Content>
      <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Audience>HISPID</sea:Audience>
      <sea:Reviewer>Jim Croft 2002</sea:Reviewer>
      <Standard>ABIS</Standard>
      <Standard>ITF</Standard>
      <Standard>ISO</Standard>
      <Standard> Brummitt (1992)</Standard>
      <Example xml:lang="en">AU</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">ES</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">FR</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">PG</Example>
      <Example xml:lang="en">US</Example>
      <Rule xml:lang="en">This field should contain a valid entry as defined by the International Standards Organization (ISO Standard 3166)</Rule>
      <Rule xml:lang="en">Two other entries are permitted in addition to those defined by ISO. If the name of the country where the plant was collected is unknown, then this field should contain the value 'XXX'; if a country name is not applicable then the field should containg the value "XXY". In these cases, the Country field must have the entry 'UNKNOWN'. All remaining 'location group' fields should be left unfilled.</Rule>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The 3-letter ISO codes in ISO Code for Country of Origin field assist updating and cross referencing countries where boundaries change.</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">The 'XXX' code should be used when no country of origin information is provided. The 'XXY' code sould be used for non-specific collecting localities, e.g. Africa, SouthEast Asia</sea:Comments>
      <sea:Comments xml:lang="en">See comments under Country.</sea:Comments>
      <EditorialNote xml:lang="en">This element is also covered by various geographic standards and may be better covered by reference to these.(JRC)</EditorialNote>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

complexType CultureCollectionUnitType
diagram
namespace http://www.tdwg.org/schemas/abcd/1.2
children CultureNames GrowthConditions CultureMedium Aerobicity Temperature Applications Hazard References
used by
element UnitDataType/UnitCollectionDomain/CultureCollectionUnit
annotation
documentation 
Elements only used for units in culture collections
source
<xs:complexType name="CultureCollectionUnitType">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Elements only used for units in culture collections</xs:documentation>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:sequence>
    <xs:element name="CultureNames" minOccurs="0">
      <xs:annotation>
        <xs:documentation>Names under which the culture is known</xs:documentation>
      </xs:annotation>
      <xs:complexType>
        <xs:sequence>
          <xs:element name="CultureName" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
            <xs:annotation>
              <xs:documentation>Reference or trade name for a microbial culture</xs:documentation>
              <xs:appinfo>
                <Created>
                  <Author>Charles Copp</Author>
                  <Date>Oct. 2001</Date>
                  <Comment>										</Comment>
                </Created>
                <Changed>
                  <Author>										</Author>
                  <Date>										</Date>
                  <Comment>										</Comment>
                </Changed>
                <sea:FullName>									</sea:FullName>
                <sea:Audience>BioCASE</sea:Audience>
                <sea:Audience>CODATA TDWG</sea:Audience>
                <sea:Reviewer>									</sea:Reviewer>
                <sea:ExistingStandards>									</sea:ExistingStandards>
                <sea:Content>									</sea:Content>
                <sea:Examples>									</sea:Examples>
                <sea:Comments>									</sea:Comments>
                <sea:Rules>									</sea:Rules>
                <sea:EditorialNotes>									</sea:EditorialNotes>
              </xs:appinfo>
            </xs:annotation>
            <xs:complexType>
              <xs:simpleContent>
                <xs:extension base="xs:string">
                  <xs:attribute name="Language" type="xs:language"/>
                </xs:extension>