LinkedEarth.org hosts the following vocabularies/ontologies:

The idea is to support representing the knowledge about and linked to Earth at very different scales. The goal is to facilitate explicating and understanding of how the different spaces and phenomena of the Earth are interlinked.
  • CHANGE Vocabulary (2012-)

  • Remote Sensing Imagery Vocabulary (RSIV) (2012-)

  • Linked Earth Ontology (LEO) (2012-, will be published online during 2014)

    • LEO was introduced in 2012 in paper: Alkyoni Baglatzi and Tomi Kauppinen. Managing and Representing Scientific Findings about the Environment. In Demos and Posters of the 18th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management (EKAW2012), National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, October, 2012.[BibTeX]
    • Linked Earth concept is explained in paper : Tomi Kauppinen. Linked Earth: Supporting Understanding of the Phenomena that Shape the Earth. In Proceedings of the Big Data from Space conference (BiDS'14), European Space Agency (ESA), ESRIN, Frascati, Italy, November, 2014. (in press)
  • EXPERIENCE Vocabulary (2013-, online since 2014)

    EXPERIENCE was introduced in 2014 in paper: Tomi Kauppinen, Evgenia Litvinova and Jan Kallenbach. Capturing and Linking Human Sensor Observations with YouSense. In Satellite Events Proceedings of the 13th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC2014), Riva del Garda, Trentino, Italy, October, 2014 (to appear). [BibTeX]

Please also check:

Vocabularies at LinkedScience.org and vocabularies at ObservedChange.com

LinkedEarth.org was founded and is maintained by Tomi Kauppinen (since June 2012).