The area on which a Cycle occurred. Typically a field for growing crops or grazing animals, an aquaculture pond, a building, or semi-natural vegetation.
A description of the Site, including information that cannot be captured with other fields.
A reference to the Organisation this Site is managed by.
The type of the Site. Definitions for agricultural land follow FAOSTAT, where cropland here means arable land and permanent crops. The additional term "glass or high accessible cover" is defined by EUROSTAT.
Possible values are: forest, other natural vegetation, cropland, glass or high accessible cover, permanent pasture, animal housing, pond, river or stream, lake, sea or ocean, agri-food processor, food retailer
The ownership status of the Site following EUROSTAT terminology.
Possible values are: farming on owned land, farming on rented land, farming on common land, share farming, other tenure model
If data on multiple Sites are aggregated and represented as a single Site, the number of Sites.
The area of the Site in hectares. For cropland, this is area under cultivation (also called sown area) only. Uncultivated area can be added by creating a new Site and linking it under the same Organisation. Harvested area can be defined for each Cycle using the field
The standard deviation of
The minimum of
The maximum of
The latitude of the centroid of the Site (-90 to 90, WGS84 datum). We recommend providing latitude with five decimal place precision (which roughly corresponds to 1 meter precision at the equator).
The longitude of the centroid of the Site (-180 to 180, WGS84 datum). We recommend providing longitude with five decimal place precision (which roughly corresponds to 1 meter precision at the equator).
The country from the Glossary.
The most specific geographical region from the Glossary.
The date in which the Site in its current form was established in ISO 8601 format (YYYY-MM-DD, YYYY-MM, or YYYY).
The date in which the Site in its current form ceased to exist in ISO 8601 format (YYYY-MM-DD, YYYY-MM, or YYYY).
The default classification of the method used to acquire or estimate all Infrastructure and Management data in the Cycle. Only required if the Site contains data on Infrastructure and Management. It can be overridden by specifying a
Possible values are: physical measurement, verified survey data, non-verified survey data, modelled, estimated with assumptions, consistent external sources, inconsistent external sources, expert opinion, unsourced assumption
A justification of the
The Measurements taken on the Site.
measurements cannot be duplicated. The following fields determine whether a Measurement is unique: term.@id, dates, startDate, endDate, measurementDuration, depthUpper, depthLower, method.@id, methodDescription
The Management of the Site.
management cannot be duplicated. The following fields determine whether a Management is unique: term.@id, startDate, endDate
The Infrastructure on the Site.
infrastructure cannot be duplicated. The following fields determine whether an Infrastructure is unique: term.@id
If these data are private. Private means that Hestia administrators can access these data and you can grant access to other platform users, but these data will not be made available to any other users of the platform or distributed to third parties.
Defaults to: False
The following properties are automatically set when data are uploaded to the Hestia platform. If they are included in a file which is uploaded, they will be overwritten.
|@context||string||The location of the JSON-LD context file.|
|@id||string||The unique ID assigned to the Node by Hestia.|
The WWF Terrestrial Ecoregion name.
The AWARE water basin identifier.
The identifier for these data in the source database.
The version of the schema when these data were created.
A list of fields that have been added to the original dataset.
A list of versions of the model used to add these fields.
A list of fields that have been updated on the original dataset.
A list of versions of the model used to update these fields.
If this Cycle has been 'aggregated' using data from multiple Cycles.
A version of the aggregation engine corresponding to this Cycle.
Sites used to aggregated this Site.
Sources used to aggregated this Site.
Date created on Hestia in ISO 8601 format (YYYY-MM-DD).
Last update date on Hestia in ISO 8601 format (YYYY-MM-DD).