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Ecological Metadata Language (EML)

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The Knowledge Network for Biocomplexity

Ecological Metadata Language (EML) is a metadata specification developed by the ecology discipline and for the ecology discipline. It is based on prior work done by the Ecological Society of America and associated efforts (Michener et al., 1997, Ecological Applications). EML is implemented as a series of XML document types that can by used in a mod ...

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DOI: 10.5063/F11834T2

Last Update: 2011

Data management Data collection Species populations Community composition Genetic composition Ecosystem structure Ecosystem function Species traits Terrestrial Marine Freshwater Plants Mammals Reptiles Butterflies Other Invertebrates Birds Fishes Amphibians Macroinvertebrates

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Ecological Metadata Language (EML) is a metadata specification developed by the ecology discipline and for the ecology discipline. It is based on prior work done by the Ecological Society of America and associated efforts (Michener et al., 1997, Ecological Applications). EML is implemented as a series of XML document types that can by used in a modular and extensible manner to document ecological data. Each EML module is designed to describe one logical part of the total metadata that should be included with any ecological dataset.

Contact person: The Knowledge Network for Biocomplexity (KNB)
Contact e-mail: eml-dev@ecoinformatics.org
Contact institute: The Knowledge Network for Biocomplexity (KNB)
License: CC BY
Technical Status: Unknown
URL(s): https://knb.ecoinformatics.org/external//emlparser/docs/index.html
https://knb.ecoinformatics.org/external//software/dist
https://github.com/NCEAS/eml

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