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Developments in this domain are now documented in the GeoSciML Twiki at GeoSciML GeochemicalAnalysesDiscussion

Links to other organisations working in the chemical domain.

Capability within a commercial client software exists for use with existing geochemistry web services. The software is ioGAS from ioGlobal who developed a WFS consumer as a demonstration for a client.


The Fluid Inclusions Project at Geoscience Australia forms a small portion of the larger petrography system and the overall geochemistry information model. FluidIncs currently has a small web application that allows discoverability of Geoscience Australia fluid inclusion data and limited calculation of isochores here.

GeoSciML geochemistry extension

The GeoSciML Model Design task group is developing an extension of GeoSciML (primarily using existing OGC O&M and ISO schemas) to deliver chemical analysis data from geological and hydrogeological specimens: GeochemicalAnalysesDiscussion

-- OliverRaymond - 2009-10-28

Previous work

The following TWIKI pages provide background and previous discussions which underpin the current GeoSciML work

Related GeoSciML pages

The geochemistry branch of the GeoSciML subversion (including a provisional Enterprise Architect XMI package) is here

Topic attachments
I Attachment Action Size Date Who Comment
borehole_assay_example_1.xmlxml borehole_assay_example_1.xml manage 8.8 K 28 Oct 2009 - 18:13 OliverRaymond Provisional xml example of a borehole assay
geochem_assay_example_1.xmlxml geochem_assay_example_1.xml manage 6.7 K 28 Oct 2009 - 18:13 OliverRaymond Provisional xml example of a geochemical assay
probe_spot_example_1.xmlxml probe_spot_example_1.xml manage 8.3 K 28 Oct 2009 - 18:14 OliverRaymond Provisional xml example of a probe spot analysis
Topic revision: r6 - 15 Oct 2010, UnknownUser

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