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Spatial location is a dimension describing possible locations in the Universe (almost always implicitly assuming only the locations at or near the surface of the Earth).
There are several possible ways to use sub-dimensions depending on the definition of a reference point:
- Geographical location: based on a standard reference point used in geography, e.g. longitude/latitude. This has three sub-sub-dimensions:
- Predefined areas: A discrete dimension for geographical location that is based on predefined areas, such as countries or postal code areas. For a complete list of countries, see List of countries.
- Location from a reference point: Spatial dimension based on a reference point defined in the assessment, e.g. location of the emission.
km or ° depending on the co-ordinates.
The dimension is continous, but it is often operationalised as discrete areas. It may have three sub-dimensions:
- Geographical location.
- Predefined areas (discrete).
- Location from a reference point.
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
Pages in category "Spatial location"
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