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Die Mitgliedstaaten wurden daher gebeten, die Codelisten-Werte in die nationalen Sprachen zu übersetzen, so dass die Übersetzungen in der INSPIRE Registry genutzt werden können.

Bitte tragen Sie die Übersetzungen für die Codeliste-Werte direkt in die angehängte Excel-Tabelle ein. Vielen Dank für Ihre Unterstützung!

 

Code listCodeParent_valueEN_labelEN_definitionEN_descriptionDE_labelDE_definitionDE_description
ClassificationAndQuantificationFrameworkValueNPD Norwegian Petroleum Directorate classification (NPD-2001)Norwegian Petroleum Directorate classification (NPD-2001)The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate classification (NPD-2001) is based on the SPE/WPC/AAPG 2000 classification but expanded to utilize categories that differentiate projects based on their commerciality, that is, their maturity towards full producing status.
ClassificationAndQuantificationFrameworkValuePERC Pan-European Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Reserves (PERC).Pan-European Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Reserves (PERC).The PERC Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves sets out minimum standards, recommendations and guidelines for Public Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Europe. The Code has been adopted by the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IoM3), the Geological Society of London (GSL), the European Federation of Geologists (EFG) and the Institute of Geologists of Ireland (IGI), and is therefore binding on their individual members.
ClassificationAndQuantificationFrameworkValueRF Russian reserve guidelines.Russian reserve guidelines.Russian reserve guidelines are in a state of transition from the system utilized within Soviet state companies to a new system more closely aligned with the needs of private industry.
ClassificationAndQuantificationFrameworkValueSPE/WPC/AAPG(PRMS) Petroleum Resources Management SystemPetroleum Resources Management SystemIn 2000, the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) jointly with the World Petroleum Council (WPC) and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) published a Reserve and Resource Classification to address the requirement for an international standard. The underlying Reserves Definitions were unchanged from those published by the SPE/WPC in 1997. Additionally, in 2001 the SPE/WPC/AAPG jointly published Guidelines for the Evaluation of Petroleum Reserves and Resources as clarifications for the application of the 2001 and 1997 documents. Further clarification was provided in the Glossary of 2005, in particular by the definition of the term commercial, and thereby reserves.
ClassificationAndQuantificationFrameworkValueUNFC1997 United Nations Framework Classification (1997).United Nations Framework Classification (1997).The classification is based on three key attributes:\n• Economic (E)\n• Field Project Sta-tus/Feasibility (F)\n• Geological (G)
ClassificationAndQuantificationFrameworkValueUNFC2004 United Nations Framework Classification (2004).United Nations Framework Classification (2004).The classification is based on three key attributes:\n• Economic (E)\n• Field Project Sta-tus/Feasibility (F)\n• Geological (G)
ClassificationAndQuantificationFrameworkValueUNFC2009 United Nations Framework Classification (2009).United Nations Framework Classification (2009).The classification is based on three key attributes:\n• Economic (E)\n• Field Project Sta-tus/Feasibility (F)\n• Geological (G)
ClassificationAndQuantificationFrameworkValueUSGS United States Geological SurveyUnited States Geological SurveyThe USGS classifi-cation is based on two parameters whereby resources are classified by feasibility of eco-nomic recovery and degree of geologic certainty.
FossilFuelClassValuecontingentResources contingent resourcesContingent resources are those quantities of energy resources estimated, as of a given date, to be potentially recoverable from known accumulations or deposits using established technology or technology under development. For coal organisations this category is often referred to as reserves.These quantities are not (yet) commercial. Maturing of the project to produce this quantity, or technical abilities or economic factors may convert these contingent resources into reserves.
FossilFuelClassValueresourcesInitiallyInPlace resources initially in placeThe total amount of a resource initially present in an accumulation or deposit.Hydrocarbons initially in place (HCIIP, GIIP, or STOOIP for Hydrocarbon, gas or oil respectively) is the quantity estimated to be initially present in an accumulation or deposit.
FossilFuelClassValueprovenReserves proven reservesThe estimated remaining quantities of a resource anticipated to be economically producible, as of a given date, by the application of development projects to known accumulations or deposits.Proven reserves are that part of the reserves for which the presence is 90 % certain.
VerticalReferenceValuegroundLevel ground levelThe Earth’s surface
VerticalReferenceValuelowestAstronomicalTide lowest astronomical tideThe lowest tide level that can be predicted to occur under average meteorological conditions and under any combination of astronomical conditions.
VerticalReferenceValuemeanSeaLevel mean sea levelThe average height of the sea at a tide station measured from a fixed predetermined reference level.Ordnance Datum, often used as a reference point for defining vertical heights, uses the mean Sea Level as its reference point and therefore is also included within this value.
VerticalReferenceValueseafloor seafloorThe bottom of a sea or ocean.
GeothermalPotentialValuegeothermalGradient geothermal gradientGeothermal gradient is the rate of increasing temperature with respect to increasing depth in the Earth's interior in °C/km.
GeothermalPotentialValuetemperature temperatureTemperature measured in °C.
HydroPotentialValuepotentialHydroPower potential hydro powerYearly potential hydro power production.
SolarPotentialValuediffuseIrradiance diffuse irradiancePart of solar power (instantaneous rate of radiant energy), falling on a surface on the Earth per unit time, which is scattered by air molecules or atmospheric particles such as aerosols or clouds [W.m-2].
SolarPotentialValuediffuseIrradiation diffuse irradiationAmount of solar energy (integrated over a time), falling on a surface on the Earth, which is scattered by air molecules or atmospheric particles such as aerosols or clouds [Wh.m-2].
SolarPotentialValuedirectNormalIrradiance direct normal irradiationPart of solar power (instantaneous rate of radiant energy), falling on a surface perpendicular to the Sun's rays per unit time, which is not scattered or reflected by air molecules or atmospheric particles [Wh.m-2].
SolarPotentialValuedirectNormalIrradiation direct normal irradiationAmount of solar energy (integrated over a time), falling on a surface perpendicular to sunrays, which is not scattered or reflected by air molecules or atmospheric particles [Wh.m-2].
SolarPotentialValueglobalHorizontalIrradiance global horizontal irradianceSolar power (instantaneous rate of total radiant energy) attenuated by all constituents of the atmosphere and falling on a horizontal surface on the Earth per unit time. Global horizontal irradiance integrates direct, diffuse and reflected components of solar power [W.m-2].
SolarPotentialValueglobalHorizontalIrradiation global horizontal irradiationAmount of solar energy (integrated over a time) attenuated by all constituents of the atmosphere and falling on a horizontal surface on the Earth. Global horizontal irradiation integrates direct, diffuse and reflected components of solar energy [Wh.m-2].
TidalPotentialValueaveragePeakFlow average peak flowPeak velocity of tidal stream for whole tidal cycle.
TidalPotentialValueaverageTidalPower average tidal powerAverage tidal power obtainable over a complete year.
TidalPotentialValuemeanNeapTidalPower mean neap tidal powerAverage neap power taking into account the peak only of the neap tidal curve.
TidalPotentialValuemeanNeapTidalRange mean neap tidal rangeVertical distance between high and low tide during neap tidal curve.
TidalPotentialValuemeanNeapTidePeakFlow mean neap tide peak flowPeak velocity of neap tidal stream.
TidalPotentialValuemeanSpringTidalPower mean spring tidal powerAverage spring power taking account the peak only of the spring tidal curve.
TidalPotentialValuemeanSpringTidalRange mean spring tidal rangeVertical distance between high and low tide during spring tidal curve
TidalPotentialValuemeanSpringTidePeakFlow mean spring tide peak flowPeak velocity of spring tidal stream.
WindPotentialValueaverageMeanWindPowerDensity average mean wind power densityThe availability of energy at a location for conversion by a wind turbine.
WindPotentialValueaverageMeanWindSpeed average mean wind speedAnnual Mean wind speed at a location.

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