A rounded and gently sloping elevation in the surface of an inland ice sheet. Ice domes do not have precisely defined margins and may cover very large areas - more than 100,000km sq, for example.
Currently includes hillocks from the ADD, as domes and hillocks are grouped together.
2a - Elevated features - Large conspicuous heights
The following have been used in the definition of this feature type
The following have been used in categorising this feature type
|Code||Name||Definition||Data type||Values||UoM||Used by these Feature Types|
|1042||Dataset_Id||An unique identifier of the dataset the feature belongs to||Mandatory||number(4)|| || ||Types|
|1150||Q_Info||An unique identifier pointing to additional data quality information not included in the metadata record.||Mandatory||number(5)|| || ||Types|
|1090||SCAR_Gaz_Id||Reference number as in the SCAR Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica||Mandatory||number(10)|| || ||Types|
|1127||SCAR_Name||A placename name in the SCAR Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica. These names have been contributed by national gazetteers.||Mandatory||character(100)|| || ||Types|