A BGS Geochronostratigraphy division of time
BGS Geological Time Divisions

Access rightshttp://data.bgs.ac.uk/ref/void
Created"2011-02-10" datatype=xsd:date 
Description"Geological time is divided into useful segments that are then further sub-divided. A well known example is the Jurassic, which is a Period, part of the (much longer) Mezosoic Era. The Jurassic Period is sub-divided into the Early, Mid and Late Jurassic Epochs. Some Eras are divided into sub-eras, similarly, Periods, Epochs and Ages can have sub-divisions." language=en 
Identifier"http://data.bgs.ac.uk/ref/Geochronology/Division" language=en 
Modified"2010-02-12" datatype=xsd:date 
Title"BGS Geological Time Divisions" language=en 
Label"This schema defines named divisions of geological time." language=en 
Has top concepthttp://data.bgs.ac.uk/id/Geochronology/Division/XX

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bgsigdBGS Geochronological Division
bgsrBGS Schemas
bgsreBGS RCS Earth Material Classes
bgsrgBGS Geochronology
bgsrlBGS Lexicon of Named Rock Units
bgsrmBGS 1:625 000 Digital Geological Map
dctDublin Core terms
rdfResource Description Framework
rdfsResource Description Framework - Schema
skosSimple Knowledge Organization System
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