This is the documentation for the Reference Ontology. All instances of the Reference class are listed here. This is a "blank node" class. It is a triple construct that combines a Phenomenon with a spatiotemporal reference relationship.

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Documentation last generated on 2019-07-16 09:09 EDT.

(bedrock_top)@reference~above

This instance represents the reference relationship above.

(channel@context~part_bank)@reference~below

This instance represents the reference relationship below.

(crop_harvest)@reference~at

This instance represents the reference relationship at.

(crop_planting)@reference~from

This instance represents the reference relationship from.

(crop_rotation)@reference~at

This instance represents the reference relationship at.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at

This instance represents the reference relationship at.

(forage_death)@reference~at

This instance represents the reference relationship at.

(forage_harvest)@reference~at

This instance represents the reference relationship at.

(glacier_bed)@reference~above

This instance represents the reference relationship above.

(grain_death)@reference~at

This instance represents the reference relationship at.

(grain_harvest)@reference~at

This instance represents the reference relationship at.

(grid_bottom)@reference~from

This instance represents the reference relationship from.

(grid_bottom)@reference~to

This instance represents the reference relationship to.

(grid_top)@reference~from

This instance represents the reference relationship from.

(grid_top)@reference~to

This instance represents the reference relationship to.

(land_surface)@reference~below

This instance represents the reference relationship below.

(mars_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at

This instance represents the reference relationship at.

(projectile_trajectory_target)@reference~at

This instance represents the reference relationship at.

(sea_bottom)@reference~above

This instance represents the reference relationship above.

(sea_bottom)@reference~to

This instance represents the reference relationship to.

(sea_floor)@reference~above

This instance represents the reference relationship above.

(sea_surface)@reference~below

This instance represents the reference relationship below.

ground@reference~above

This instance represents the reference relationship above.

location@reference~at

This instance represents the reference relationship at.