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Adding various specs and 3rd party code of interest for the CSML
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1<?xml version='1.0' encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no" ?>
2<!DOCTYPE WMT_MS_Capabilities SYSTEM "http://onearth.jpl.nasa.gov/WMS_MS_Capabilities.dtd" [ <!ELEMENT VendorSpecificCapabilities EMPTY> ]>
3<WMT_MS_Capabilities version="1.1.1">
4<Service>
5  <Name>OGC:WMS</Name>
6  <Title>JPL Global Imagery Service</Title>
7  <Abstract>WMS Server maintained by JPL, worldwide satellite imagery.</Abstract>
8  <KeywordList>
9    <Keyword>ImageryBaseMapsEarthCover</Keyword> <Keyword>Imagery</Keyword>
10    <Keyword>BaseMaps</Keyword> <Keyword>EarthCover</Keyword>
11    <Keyword>JPL</Keyword> <Keyword>Jet Propulsion Laboratory</Keyword> <Keyword>Landsat</Keyword>
12    <Keyword>WMS</Keyword> <Keyword>SLD</Keyword> <Keyword>Global</Keyword>
13  </KeywordList>
14  <OnlineResource xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xlink:type="simple" xlink:href="http://OnEarth.jpl.nasa.gov/index.html" />
15  <ContactInformation>
16    <ContactPersonPrimary>
17      <ContactPerson>Lucian Plesea</ContactPerson>
18      <ContactOrganization>JPL</ContactOrganization>
19    </ContactPersonPrimary>
20    <ContactElectronicMailAddress>lucian.plesea@jpl.nasa.gov</ContactElectronicMailAddress>
21  </ContactInformation>
22  <Fees>none</Fees>
23  <AccessConstraints>Server is load limited</AccessConstraints>
24</Service>
25<Capability>
26  <Request>
27    <GetCapabilities>
28      <Format>application/vnd.ogc.wms_xml</Format>
29      <DCPType>
30        <HTTP> <Get>
31          <OnlineResource xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xlink:type="simple" xlink:href="http://wms.jpl.nasa.gov/wms.cgi?" />
32        </Get> </HTTP>
33      </DCPType>
34    </GetCapabilities>
35    <GetMap>
36      <Format>image/jpeg</Format>
37      <Format>image/png</Format>
38      <Format>image/geotiff</Format>
39      <Format>image/tiff</Format>
40      <DCPType> <HTTP>
41        <Get>
42          <OnlineResource xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xlink:type="simple" xlink:href="http://wms.jpl.nasa.gov/wms.cgi?" />
43        </Get>
44      </HTTP> </DCPType>
45    </GetMap>
46  </Request>
47  <Exception>
48    <Format>application/vnd.ogc.se_xml</Format>
49  </Exception>
50  <VendorSpecificCapabilities />
51  <UserDefinedSymbolization SupportSLD="1" UserLayer="0" UserStyle="1" RemoteWFS="0" />
52  <Layer queryable="0">
53    <Title>OnEarth Web Map Server</Title>
54    <SRS>EPSG:4326</SRS>
55    <SRS>AUTO:42003</SRS>
56    <CRS>EPSG:4326</CRS>
57    <CRS>AUTO:42003</CRS>
58
59    <Layer queryable="0">
60      <Name>global_mosaic</Name> 
61      <Title>WMS Global Mosaic, pan sharpened</Title>
62      <Abstract>
63        Release 2 of the WMS Global Mosaic, a seamless mosaic of Landsat7 scenes.
64        Spatial resolution is 0.5 second for the pan band, 1 second for the visual and near-IR bands and 2 second for the thermal bands
65        Use this layer to request individual grayscale bands. The default styles may have gamma, sharpening and saturation filters applied.
66        The grayscale styles have no extra processing applied, and will return the image data as stored on the server.
67        The source dataset is part of the NASA Scientific Data Purchase, and contains scenes acquired in 1999-2003.
68        This layer provides pan-sharpened images, where the pan band is used for the image brightness regardless of the color combination requested.
69      </Abstract>
70      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-60" maxx="180" maxy="84"/>
71      <MetadataURL type="FGDC">
72        <Format>text/xml</Format>
73        <OnlineResource xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
74          xlink:type="simple"
75          xlink:href="http://onearth.jpl.nasa.gov/WAF/WMS_GMR.xml"
76        />
77      </MetadataURL>
78      <Style> <Name>pseudo</Name> <Title>(default) Pseudo-color image, pan sharpened (Uses IR and Visual bands, 542 mapping), gamma 1.5</Title> </Style>
79      <Style> <Name>pseudo_low</Name> <Title>Pseudo-color image, pan sharpened (Uses IR and Visual bands, 542 mapping)</Title> </Style>
80      <Style> <Name>pseudo_bright</Name> <Title>Pseudo-color image (Uses IR and Visual bands, 542 mapping), gamma 1.5</Title> </Style>
81      <Style> <Name>visual</Name> <Title>Real-color image, pan sharpened (Uses the visual bands, 321 mapping), gamma 1.5</Title> </Style>
82      <Style> <Name>visual_low</Name> <Title>Real-color image, pan sharpened (Uses the visual bands, 321 mapping)</Title> </Style>
83      <Style> <Name>visual_bright</Name> <Title>Real-color image (Uses the visual bands, 321 mapping), gamma 1.5</Title> </Style>
84      <ScaleHint min="10" max="10000"/>
85      <MinScaleDenominator>20000</MinScaleDenominator>
86    </Layer>
87
88    <Layer queryable="0">
89      <Name>global_mosaic_base</Name>
90      <Title>WMS Global Mosaic, not pan sharpened</Title>
91      <Abstract>
92        Release 2 of the WMS Global Mosaic, a seamless mosaic of Landsat7 scenes.
93        Spatial resolution is 0.5 second for the pan band, 1 second for the visual and near-IR bands and 2 second for the thermal bands
94        Use this layer to request individual grayscale bands. The default styles may have gamma, sharpening and saturation filters applied.
95        The source dataset is part of the NASA Scientific Data Purchase, and contains scenes acquired in 1999-2003.
96        Release 2.
97      </Abstract>
98      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-60" maxx="180" maxy="84"/>
99      <Style> <Name>pseudo</Name> <Title>Pseudo-color image (Uses IR and Visual bands, 542 mapping) (default)</Title> </Style>
100      <Style> <Name>visual</Name> <Title>Real-color image (Uses the visual bands, 321 mapping)</Title> </Style>
101      <Style> <Name>Pan</Name> <Title>Pan-chromatic band, grayscale</Title> </Style>
102      <Style> <Name>Red</Name> <Title>Visual Red band, grayscale</Title> </Style>
103      <Style> <Name>Green</Name> <Title>Visual Green band, grayscale</Title> </Style>
104      <Style> <Name>Blue</Name> <Title>Visual Blue band, grayscale</Title> </Style>
105      <Style> <Name>IR1</Name> <Title> Near IR band 1, (Landsat band 4), grayscale</Title> </Style>
106      <Style> <Name>IR2</Name> <Title> Near IR band 2, (Landsat band 5), grayscale</Title> </Style>
107      <Style> <Name>IR3</Name> <Title> Near IR band 2, (Landsat band 7), grayscale</Title> </Style>
108      <Style> <Name>ThL</Name> <Title> Thermal band, low gain, grayscale</Title> </Style>
109      <Style> <Name>ThH</Name> <Title> Thermal band, high gain, grayscale</Title> </Style>
110      <ScaleHint min="10" max="10000"/>
111      <MinScaleDenominator>20000</MinScaleDenominator>
112    </Layer>
113
114    <Layer queryable="0">
115      <Name>us_landsat_wgs84</Name>
116      <Title>CONUS mosaic of 1990 MRLC dataset</Title>
117      <Abstract>
118        CONUS seamless mosaic of Landsat5 scenes. Maximum resolution is 1 arc-second.
119        The default styles may have gamma, sharpening and saturation filters applied.
120        The source dataset is part of the MRLC 1990 dataset.
121        This layer is not precisely geo-referenced!
122      </Abstract>
123      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-127" miny="23" maxx="-66" maxy="50"/>
124
125      <Style> <Name>pseudo</Name> <Title>Pseudo-color image (Uses IR and Visual bands, 542 mapping)</Title> </Style>
126      <Style> <Name>visual</Name> <Title>Real-color image (Uses the visual bands, 321 mapping)</Title> </Style>
127      <Style> <Name>Red</Name> <Title>Visual Red band, grayscale</Title> </Style>
128      <Style> <Name>Green</Name> <Title>Visual Green band, grayscale</Title> </Style>
129      <Style> <Name>Blue</Name> <Title>Visual Blue band, grayscale</Title> </Style>
130      <Style> <Name>IR1</Name> <Title> Near IR band 1, (Landsat band 4), grayscale</Title> </Style>
131      <Style> <Name>IR2</Name> <Title> Near IR band 2, (Landsat band 5), grayscale</Title> </Style>
132      <Style> <Name>IR3</Name> <Title> Near IR band 2, (Landsat band 7), grayscale</Title> </Style>
133      <ScaleHint min="20" max="10000"/>
134    </Layer>
135
136    <Layer queryable="0">
137      <Name>srtm_mag</Name>
138      <Title>SRTM reflectance magnitude, 30m</Title>
139      <Abstract>
140  This is the radar reflectance image produced by the SRTM mission. It is the best available snapshot of the surface of the earth, being the highest resolution image collected in the shortest ammount of time, with near-global 30m coverage collected during an 11-day Endeavour mission, in February of 2000.
141Five basic bands are available as WMS styles, ss1, ss2, ss3 and ss4 being SRTM image subswath averages, the "all" style being an average of the four subswath composites. The "default" style is derived from the "all" band, using an arbitrary color map to make more detail visible. The subswath composites also available as WMS bands, band 0 correspoinding to ss1, 1 to "ss2", 2 to "ss3", 3 to "ss4" and 5 to "all".
142A radar image has little in common with a visual image, depending mostly on the material and orientation of the object. Areas with low detail such as lakes and sand tend to have no reflection, and very steep terrain can obscure certain areas from the side look ing SRTM instrument, both fenomena generating voids in the SRTM reflectance image. Urban areas tend to have stronger reflectance. The banding artifacts still visible in the images are the result of the combination of data from multiple orbits or are intrinsic to the SRTM instrument.
143      </Abstract>
144      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-55" maxx="180" maxy="60"/>
145      <Style> <Name>default</Name>
146        <Title>Arbitrary color image of the SRTM averaged reflectance</Title>
147      </Style>
148      <Style> <Name>all</Name> <Title>SRTM average reflectance, grayscale</Title> </Style>
149      <Style> <Name>ss1</Name> <Title>SRTM average reflectance of subswath 1 data</Title> </Style>
150      <Style> <Name>ss2</Name> <Title>SRTM average reflectance of subswath 2 data</Title> </Style>
151      <Style> <Name>ss3</Name> <Title>SRTM average reflectance of subswath 3 data</Title> </Style>
152      <Style> <Name>ss4</Name> <Title>SRTM average reflectance of subswath 4 data</Title> </Style>
153
154      <ScaleHint min="10" max="10000"/>
155      <MinScaleDenominator>20000</MinScaleDenominator>
156    </Layer>
157
158    <Layer queryable="0">
159      <Name>daily_terra_721</Name>
160      <Title>Daily composite of MODIS-TERRA 721 pseudocolor</Title>
161      <Abstract>
162        Daily generated mosaic of TERRA images released by the MODIS Rapid Response System.
163        Updates every day, at about 1200Z, with images taken during the previous day.
164        Maximum resolution is 8 arcseconds per pixel. The WMS "time" dimension can be used to retrieve past data.
165        The 721 band mapping is used to identify burnt and flooded areas.
166      </Abstract>
167      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-90" maxx="180" maxy="90" />
168      <Dimension name="time" units="ISO8601" default="2006-05-27">2006-01-01/2006-09-22/P1D</Dimension>
169      <Style>
170        <Name>default</Name>
171        <Title>visual</Title>
172      </Style>
173      <ScaleHint min="125" max="10000" />
174    </Layer>
175
176    <Layer queryable="0">
177      <Name>daily_aqua_721</Name>
178      <Title>Daily composite of MODIS-AQUA 721 pseudocolor</Title>
179      <Abstract>
180        Daily generated mosaic of the AQUA images released by the MODIS Rapid Response System.
181        Updates every day, at about 1200Z, with images taken during the previous day.
182        Maximum resolution is 8 arcseconds per pixel. The WMS "time" dimension can be used to retrieve past data.
183        The 721 band mapping is used to identify burnt and flooded areas.
184      </Abstract>
185      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-90" maxx="180" maxy="90" />
186      <Dimension name="time" units="ISO8601" default="2006-05-27">2006-01-01/2006-09-22/P1D</Dimension>
187      <Style> <Name>default</Name> <Title>visual</Title> </Style>
188      <ScaleHint min="125" max="10000"/>
189    </Layer>
190
191    <Layer queryable="0">
192      <Name>daily_terra_ndvi</Name>
193      <Title>Daily composite of MODIS-TERRA images, NDVI processing</Title>
194      <Abstract>
195        Daily generated mosaic of TERRA images released by the MODIS Rapid Response System.
196        Updates every day, at about 1200Z, with images taken during the previous day.
197        Maximum resolution is 8 arcseconds per pixel. The WMS "time" dimension can be used to retrieve past data.
198        The Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) is strongly correlated with the plant density and state.
199      </Abstract>
200      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-90" maxx="180" maxy="90" />
201      <Dimension name="time" units="ISO8601" default="2006-05-27">2006-01-01/2006-09-22/P1D</Dimension>
202      <Style>
203        <Name>default</Name>
204        <Title>visual</Title>
205      </Style>
206      <ScaleHint min="125" max="10000" />
207    </Layer>
208
209    <Layer queryable="0">
210      <Name>daily_aqua_ndvi</Name>
211      <Title>Daily composite of MODIS-AQUA images, NDVI processing</Title>
212      <Abstract>
213        Daily generated mosaic of the AQUA images released by the MODIS Rapid Response System.
214        Updates every day, at about 1200Z, with images taken during the previous day.
215        Maximum resolution is 8 arcseconds per pixel. The WMS "time" dimension can be used to retrieve past data.
216        The Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) is strongly correlated with the plant density and state.
217      </Abstract>
218      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-90" maxx="180" maxy="90" />
219      <Dimension name="time" units="ISO8601" default="2006-05-27">2006-01-01/2006-09-22/P1D</Dimension>
220      <Style> <Name>default</Name> <Title>visual</Title> </Style>
221      <ScaleHint min="125" max="10000"/>
222    </Layer>
223
224    <Layer queryable="0">
225      <Name>daily_terra</Name>
226      <Title>Daily composite of MODIS-TERRA images</Title>
227      <Abstract>
228        Daily generated mosaic of TERRA images released by the MODIS Rapid Response System.
229        Updates every day, at about 1200Z, with images taken during the previous day.
230        Maximum resolution is 8 arcseconds per pixel. The WMS "time" dimension can be used to retrieve past data.
231      </Abstract>
232      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-90" maxx="180" maxy="90" />
233      <Dimension name="time" units="ISO8601" default="2006-05-27">2004-12-24/2006-09-22/P1D</Dimension>
234      <Style>
235        <Name>default</Name>
236        <Title>visual</Title>
237      </Style>
238      <ScaleHint min="125" max="10000" />
239    </Layer>
240
241    <Layer queryable="0">
242      <Name>daily_aqua</Name>
243      <Title>Daily composite of MODIS-AQUA images</Title>
244      <Abstract>
245        Daily generated mosaic of the AQUA images released by the MODIS Rapid Response System.
246        Updates every day, at about 1200Z, with images taken during the previous day.
247        Maximum resolution is 8 arcseconds per pixel. The WMS "time" dimension can be used to retrieve past data.
248      </Abstract>
249      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-90" maxx="180" maxy="90" />
250      <Dimension name="time" units="ISO8601" default="2006-05-27">2004-12-24/2006-09-22/P1D</Dimension>
251      <Style> <Name>default</Name> <Title>visual</Title> </Style>
252      <ScaleHint min="125" max="10000"/>
253    </Layer>
254
255    <Layer queryable="0">
256      <Name>BMNG</Name>
257      <Title>Blue Marble Next Generation, Global MODIS derived image</Title>
258      <Abstract>
259        A set of twelve images built from MODIS data, one for each month of 2004. The native resolution is 15 arcseconds. This is the version with land and ocean bottom hillshading.
260      </Abstract>
261        <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-90" maxx="180" maxy="90" />
262        <Style><Name>default</Name><Title>October</Title></Style>
263        <Style><Name>Jan</Name><Title>January</Title></Style>
264        <Style><Name>Feb</Name><Title>February</Title></Style>
265        <Style><Name>Mar</Name><Title>March</Title></Style>
266        <Style><Name>Apr</Name><Title>April</Title></Style>
267        <Style><Name>May</Name><Title>May</Title></Style>
268        <Style><Name>Jun</Name><Title>June</Title></Style>
269        <Style><Name>Jul</Name><Title>July</Title></Style> 
270        <Style><Name>Aug</Name><Title>August</Title></Style>
271        <Style><Name>Sep</Name><Title>September</Title></Style>
272        <Style><Name>Oct</Name><Title>October</Title></Style>
273        <Style><Name>Nov</Name><Title>November</Title></Style>
274        <Style><Name>Dec</Name><Title>December</Title></Style>
275        <ScaleHint min="250" max="10000" />
276    </Layer>
277
278    <Layer queryable="0">
279      <Name>modis</Name>
280      <Title>Blue Marble, Global MODIS derived image</Title>
281      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-90" maxx="180" maxy="90" />
282      <Style> <Name>default</Name><Title>visual</Title></Style>
283      <ScaleHint min="500" max="10000" />
284    </Layer>
285
286    <Layer queryable="0">
287      <Name>huemapped_srtm</Name>
288      <Title>SRTM derived global elevation, 3 arc-second, hue mapped</Title>
289      <Abstract> An SRTM derived elevation dataset, where elevation is mapped to hue, resulting a color image</Abstract>
290      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-80" maxx="180" maxy="80"/>
291      <Style> <Name>default</Name> <Title>Default Elevation Style</Title> </Style>
292      <ScaleHint min="45" max="10000" />
293      <MinScaleDenominator>12000</MinScaleDenominator>
294    </Layer>
295
296    <Layer queryable="0">
297      <Name>srtmplus</Name> <Title>Global 1km elevation, seamless SRTM land elevation and ocean depth</Title>
298      <Abstract>
299        The SRTM30 Plus dataset, a 30 arc-second seamless combination of GTOPO30, SRTM derived land elevation and UCSD Sandwell bathymetry data.  The default style is scaled to 8 bit, non-linear.
300 It is possible to request the elevation data in meters by the short_int tyle and requesting PNG format.  The resulting PNG file will be a unsigned 16 bit per pixel image. The values are then the elevation in meters.  Values are signed 16 bit integers, but PNG will present them as unsigned, any values larger than 32767 should be interpreted as negative numbers.
301For elevation values in feet, request PNG format with the style feet_short_int.
302      </Abstract>
303      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-80" maxx="180" maxy="80"/>
304      <Style> <Name>default</Name> <Title>Default Elevation Style, scaled to 8 bit using a non-linear function</Title> </Style>
305      <Style>
306        <Name>short_int</Name>
307        <Title>short int elevation values when format is image/png, identical to default for jpeg</Title>
308      </Style>
309      <Style>
310        <Name>feet_short_int</Name>
311        <Title>short int elevation values in feet when format is image/png </Title>
312      </Style>
313      <ScaleHint min="500" max="10000" />
314      <MinScaleDenominator>120000</MinScaleDenominator>
315    </Layer>
316
317    <Layer queryable="0">
318      <Name>worldwind_dem</Name>
319      <Title>SRTM derived global elevation, 3 arc-second</Title>
320      <Abstract>
321        A global elevation model, prepared from the 3 arc-second SRTM dataset by filling some of the problem areas. Prepared by the NASA Learning Technologies.
322        The default style is scaled to 8 bit, non-linear.
323        It is possible to request the elevation data in meters by the short_int tyle and requesting PNG format. The resulting PNG file will be a unsigned 16 bit per pixel image. The values are then the elevation in meters.
324        Values are signed 16 bit integers, but PNG will present them as unsigned, leading to a few areas with very large values (65000+)
325        For elevation values in feet, request PNG format with the style feet_short_int.
326      </Abstract>
327      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-180" miny="-80" maxx="180" maxy="80"/>
328      <Style>
329        <Name>default</Name>
330        <Title>Default Elevation Style, scaled to 8 bit using a non-linear function</Title>
331      </Style>
332      <Style>
333        <Name>short_int</Name>
334        <Title>short int elevation values when format is image/png</Title>
335      </Style>
336      <Style>
337        <Name>feet_short_int</Name>
338        <Title>short int elevation values in feet when format is image/png</Title>
339      </Style>
340      <ScaleHint min="45" max="10000" />
341      <MinScaleDenominator>120000</MinScaleDenominator>
342    </Layer>
343
344    <Layer queryable="0">
345      <Name>us_ned</Name>
346      <Title>United States elevation, 30m</Title>
347      <Abstract>
348        Continental United States elevation, produced from the USGS National Elevation.
349        The default style is scaled to 8 bit from the orginal floating point data.
350      </Abstract>
351      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-125" miny="24" maxx="-66" maxy="50"/>
352      <Style><Name>default</Name> <Title>Default Elevation</Title> </Style>
353      <Style><Name>short_int</Name> <Title>short int signed elevation values when format is image/png or tiff</Title> </Style>
354      <Style><Name>feet_short_int</Name> <Title>short int elevation values in feet when format is image/png or image/tiff</Title> </Style>
355      <Style><Name>real</Name> <Title>DEM real numbers, in floating point format, meters, when used with image/tiff</Title> </Style>
356      <Style><Name>feet_real</Name> <Title>DEM in real numbers, in floating point format, feet, when used with image/tiff</Title> </Style>
357      <ScaleHint min="20" max="10000" /> <MinScaleDenominator>24000</MinScaleDenominator>
358    </Layer>
359
360    <Layer queryable="0">
361      <Name>us_elevation</Name>
362      <Title>Digital Elevation Map of the United States, DTED dataset, 3 second resolution, grayscale</Title>
363      <Abstract>
364        DTED Level 3 US elevation.  The default style is scaled to 8 bit.
365        It is possible to request the elevation data in meters by the short_int tyle and requesting PNG format. The resulting PNG file will be a unsigned 16 bit per pixel image. The values are elevation in meters, zero clipped (no negative values).
366      </Abstract>
367      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-127" miny="23" maxx="-66" maxy="50"/>
368      <Style>
369        <Name>default</Name>
370        <Title>Default Elevation</Title>
371      </Style>
372      <Style>
373        <Name>short_int</Name>
374        <Title>short int elevation values when format is image/png</Title>
375      </Style>
376      <Style>
377        <Name>feet_short_int</Name>
378        <Title>short int elevation values in feet when format is image/png</Title>
379      </Style>
380      <ScaleHint min="45" max="10000" />
381    </Layer>
382
383    <Layer queryable="0">
384      <Name>us_colordem</Name>
385      <Title>Digital Elevation Map of the United States, DTED dataset, 3 second resolution, hue mapped</Title>
386      <Abstract>
387        The DTED Level 3 US elevation, mapped to a color image using the full spectrum.
388        This result is not achievable by using SLD, so it is presented as a different layer.
389      </Abstract>
390      <LatLonBoundingBox minx="-127" miny="23" maxx="-66" maxy="50"/>
391      <Style>
392        <Name>default</Name>
393        <Title>Default Color Elevation</Title>
394      </Style>
395      <ScaleHint min="45" max="10000" />
396      <MinScaleDenominator>20000</MinScaleDenominator>
397    </Layer>
398
399  </Layer>
400
401</Capability>
402</WMT_MS_Capabilities>
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