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EA:  TERRAIN_OBSTACLE_TYPE

Status: STD 2005/06/07
Code: 1419

Concept definition: The type of a <TERRAIN_OBSTACLE>.
 
Attribute value type: ENUMERATION
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Enumerants (presented in a natural order)
Status Attribute label Enumerant label Concept definition Code ▾ Ref type Reference Supplemental references
STD
2005/06/07
TERRAIN_OBSTACLE_TYPE EMBANKMENT <EMBANKMENT>. 11      
STD
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TERRAIN_OBSTACLE_TYPE EMPLACED_BOULDER Large mass of <ROCK> (for example: <BOULDER>) emplaced on <LAND_TRANSPORTATION_ROUTE> as an obstacle to movement of <GROUND_VEHICLE>s. 12  
STD
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TERRAIN_OBSTACLE_TYPE HASTY_CRATER A <TERRAIN_CRATER> roughly 1,8 to 2,1 metres (6 to 7 feet) deep and 6,1 metres (20 feet) wide; hasty crater. 13 IR [F7-7]  
STD
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TERRAIN_OBSTACLE_TYPE HEDGE_HOGS Three or four steel beams joined in the middle to create something similar to a child's giant jack; hedge hogs. 14 IR [F90-7]  
STD
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TERRAIN_OBSTACLE_TYPE LINEAR_CONCRETE_BARRIER Linear concrete <BARRIER>. 15  
STD
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TERRAIN_OBSTACLE_TYPE LOG_CRIB <LOG_CRIB>. 16      
STD
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TERRAIN_OBSTACLE_TYPE LOG_HURDLE A <LOG>, or multiple <LOG>s wired together, staked to the <TERRAIN> to create an obstacle at least 0,25 metres in height and generally used in conjunction with other obstacles; log hurdle. 17 IR [F7-7]  
STD
2005/06/07
TERRAIN_OBSTACLE_TYPE LOG_POSTS Multiple log posts with a minimum <<OUTSIDE_DIAMETER>> of 0,4 metres buried vertically approximately 1,5 metres in the <LAND> and projecting between 0,75 to 1,2 metres above the <LAND>. 18 IR [F7-7]  
STD
2005/06/07
TERRAIN_OBSTACLE_TYPE PARAPET <PARAPET>. 19      
STD
2005/06/07
TERRAIN_OBSTACLE_TYPE ROADBLOCK A roadblock. 20 [SOED, "roadblock"]

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