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For a quick reference guide to the current recommended Darwin Core terms, see [TERMS].
Audience: This document is targeted toward those who wish to understand how the Darwin Core terms are related to the structure of the Access to Biological Collections Data [ABCD] schema.
Those, along with the “throwback” series, which include “Betrayal,” “Brothers & Sisters,” “Felicity,” “My So-Called Life,” “School House Rock,” “Sports Night” and “Ugly Betty,” will be available to all viewers on and the ABC apps for mobile and connected TV devices without signing in.
Before becoming a TDWG standard, the Darwin Core was instantiated and deployed in many different application profiles, all of them based on XML schema.
In this document the openly developed and widely used versions of the Darwin Core ([CLASSIC], [MANIS], [OBIS], [DRAFT14], [CURATORIAL], [GEOSPATIAL]) are each compared (mapped conceptually) to the Access to Biological Collections Data [ABCD] schema.
Each historical version is mapped in a separate table and can be referenced quickly from the index in Mappings section.
Each element in each Darwin Core versions is mapped to the one or more xpath designations of the equivalent element(s) in the most current version of ABCD.