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PREFERRED TERM
hill  
TYPE
  • http://purl.org/net/provenance/ns#DataItem

DEFINITION
  • A generic term for an elevated area of the land surface, rising at least 30 metres to as much as 300 metres above surrounding lowlands, usually with a nominal summit area relative to bounding slopes, a well-defined, rounded outline and slopes that generally exceed 15 percent.
DESCRIPTION
  • A generic term for an elevated area of the land surface, rising at least 30 metres to as much as 300 metres above surrounding lowlands, usually with a nominal summit area relative to bounding slopes, a well-defined, rounded outline and slopes that generally exceed 15 percent.
IDENTIFIER
  • hill
TITLE
  • hill
URI
http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/codelist/NaturalGeomorphologicFeatureTypeValue/hill
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EQUIVALENT CONCEPTS
Natural Geomorphologic Feature Type