|Also Known As:|
|Intent:||To represent aquatic resources or stocks as composed of aquatic organisms from one or more species, and living in a water area.|
|Reusable OWL Building Block:||http://www.ontologydesignpatterns.org/cp/owl/fsdas/aquaticresources.owl (57)|
|Consequences:||Relations between aquatic resources and either aquatic species or water areas can be represented. In order to infer what species typically live in what water areas however, an application needs to add a SWRL rule, or a SPARQL query that unifies the hasSpecies and hasWaterArea relations.|
|Scenarios:||give me the Species for water area 24; give me the Water areas for species Gadus morhua.|
|Examples (OWL files):|
The AquaticResources Content OP locally defines the following ontology elements:
Mappable to fi:Species, fi:SpeciesRef, fi:SpeciesFeature, etc.
It has related axioms from FIGIS Schema that are included in the classes linked to the fi:Species class, such as fi:SpeciesRef (holding association with fi:AqResRef, which holds association with fi:WaterAreaRef).
It can be mapped to fi:AqResRef