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A (data-)node is an area from which resource objects can be retrieved. A node may have to access multiple sources to obtain information.

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Request a specific Node by its unique dentifier.

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A (data-)source describes the source of the data. A node can have multiple data sources.

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Location objects contains all information required to describe a location.

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Retrieve location resources. Response is in GeoJSON FeatureCollection format (see https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7946#page-12).

Request a specific location by its id. Response is always in GeoJSON Feature format (see https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7946#page-11).

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Request a specific Location by its unique dentifier.

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ObservationType objects describe all attributes to correctly interpret what has been measured, and in what way. The quantity field is essential.

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Request a specific ObservationType by its unique identifier.

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TimeSeriesType objects describe the type of measurement that the timeseries contains. These can be, for example, raw measurements, but also aggregations or simulations. This information could be needed to correctly interpret the measurement values. A request where both startTime and endTime are omitted returns a response with just the metadata.

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Request a specific (single) Timeseries by its unique identifier.