Interval along a horizontal or longitudinal ray. The first coordinate is the angle from north expressed in degrees of the longitudinal array. The second coordinate is the minimum distance along the ray at which the longitudinal interval begins. The third coordinate is the maximium distance along the ray at which the longitudinal interval ends. Degrees from north 3D Longitudinal interval Maximum distance along ray (end) Minimum distance along ray (begin) 1D Depth Depth Depth below the earth or water surface. Values are expressed as negative numbers and become more negative in the downward direction. ODM2 Working Group A vocabulary for describing the type of SpatialOffset that exists between two SamplingFeatures. ODM2 Spatial Offset Type Controlled Vocabulary Height above the earth or water surface. Values are positive and increase in the upward direction. Height 1D Height 2D Radial horizontal offset Distance along ray Degrees from north Offset expressed as a distance along a ray that originates from a central point. The angle of the ray is expressed as the first offset coordinate in degrees. The distance along the ray is expressed as the second offset coordinate. Depth below the earth or water surface along a non-vertical line. The first coordinate is the angle of the ray from north expressed in degrees. The second coordinate is the angle of the ray from horizontal expressed in negative degrees. The distance along the ray is expressed as a positive number that increases with distance along the ray. Degrees from horizontal 3D Depth, directional Degrees from north Distance along ray Maximum depth (bottom) Minimum depth (top) 2D Depth interval below the earth or water surface. The mininum depth value is expressed first and then maximum depth value. Values are expresssed as negative numbers and become more negative in the downward direction. Depth interval Radial horizontal offset with height Height 3D Degrees from north Distance along ray Offset expressed as a distance along a ray that originates from a central point with a third coordinate that indicates the height above the earth or water surface. The angle of the ray is expressed as the first offset coordinate in degrees. The distance along the ray is expressed as the second offset coordinate. The height above the earth or water surface is expressed as the third coordinate. 3D Offset expressed as a distance along a ray that originates from a central point with a third coordinate that indicates the depth below the earth or water surface. The angle of the ray is expressed as the first offset coordinate in degrees. The distance along the ray is expressed as the second offset coordinate. The depth below the earth or water surface is expressed as the third coordinate. Distance along ray Depth Degrees from north Radial horizontal offset with depth Height interval above the earth or water surface. The minimum height value is expressed first and then the maximum height value. Values increase in the upward direction. Maximum height (top) Minimum height (bottom) 2D Height interval Distance in Z direction Offset expressed using cartesian coordinates where X is distance along axis aligned with true north, Y is distace aligned with true east, and Z is distance aligned straight up. Depths are expressed a negative numbers. The origin of the coordinate system is typically defined in the site description. Distance in X direction Distance in Y direction Cartesian offset 3D Degrees from horizontal 3D Degrees from north Distance along ray Height, directional Height above the earth or water surface along a non-vertical line. The first coordinate is the angle of the ray from north expressed in degrees. The second coordinate is the angle of the ray from horizontal expressed in positive degrees. The distance along the ray is expressed as a positive number that increases with distance along the ray.