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Register of Geographical Names is a basic national spatial layer. It includes geographical names of spatial features, which have some historical, ethnically or social important identity (these features are more or less permanent). The register includes names of populated places, names of hydrography features, names of relief features and names of areas. The sources are topographical maps at a scale of 1 : 5.000 and 1 : 10.000, 1 : 25.000, 1 : 250.000 and 1 : 1.000.000. Register of Geographical Names is a basic spatial layer used for georeferencing of different spatial features, for linking of other spatial layers with geographical names, for different topographical and cartographical applications, for statistical and linguistic analysis.
The database contains data about SLOvenian Absolute Model of Geoid from the year 2000 (SLOAMG2000). It is an astro-gravimetrical model, determined by a combined method. It is calculated by the least squares collocation method, using the "remove-restore" techniques. It refers to the GRS80 ellipsoid. The global geopotencial model EGM96 is used for the calculation. It is given in the form of a grid. The geoid model is used for the transformation of the ellipsoid heights (GNSS technology) into the normal-orthometric heights (above sea level) and vice versa. Heights above the sea level refers to the Slovenian height system SVS2000 with Trieste datum. The ondulation of geoid in Slovenia range from 44,140 to 48,724 m, with an average value of 46,453 m. Note: values are given only within the boundaries of Slovenia.