ANZSoilML
1.0.0

ANZSoilML.ANZSoilML_Soil
Class:<<type>>Void

ANZSoilML.ANZSoilML_Soil.Void
Subclasses:
Author:sim28v
Version:1.0
Notes:Void is a general term for pore space and other openings in soils not occupied by solid mineral matter

Attributes

NameTypeMultiplicityNotes
<<voidable>>crackWidthQuantityRange1...1Cracks are planar voids. ASLS Field Handbook (p184) has:
0-5mm = fine
5-10mm = medium
10-20mm = coarse
20-50mm = very coarse
>50mm = extremely coarse
Attribute tagged values
TagValue
inlineOrByReferenceinlineOrByReference
isMetadatafalse
nillabletrue
sequenceNumber1
<<voidable>>macroporeAbundanceQuantityRange1...1ASLS Field Handbook (p184) divides macropores into those <2mm (fine macropores) and those > 2mm (medium and coarse macropores).

For fine macropores abundance ranges are:
0
0-1/100mm2
1-5/100mm2
>5/100mm2
For medium to coarse macropores abundance ranges are:
0
0-1/.01 m2
1-5/0.01 m2
>5/0.01 m2

For OzSoilML these have been combined into a single macroporeAbundance, with the macroporeDiameter property providing the capacity to subdivide into fine and coarse macropores.
Attribute tagged values
TagValue
inlineOrByReferenceinlineOrByReference
isMetadatafalse
nillabletrue
sequenceNumber2
<<voidable>>macroporeDiameterQuantityRange1...1ASLS Field Handbook (p185) provides following mapping:
0.075-1mm = very fine
1-2 mm = fine
2-5 mm = medium
>5 mm = coarse
Attribute tagged values
TagValue
inlineOrByReferenceinlineOrByReference
isMetadatafalse
nillabletrue
sequenceNumber3

Outbound Associations

NameTypeTargetMultiplicityNotes
Generalization1...1 --> 1...1

Constrains

ConstraintTypeStatusWeight

Tagged Values

TagValueNotes
byValuePropertyTypefalse
isCollectionfalse
noPropertyTypefalse
xsdEncodingRuleiso19136_2007