- For normal worlds, the hydrosphere will be water; on other worlds with exotic, corrosive, or insidious atmospheres, it may be other liquids or fluids such as ammonia.
- Observing Charted Space
- Universal World Profile (UWP)
- PBG Sequence
- COG Sequence
- Other System Data
Some worlds with vacuum atmospheres may have hydrographic percentages greater than 0 indicating that the world has ice caps present; the water will not be freestanding liquid. A Desert World may have up to 4% free-standing water and still be considered a Desert World. Conversely, a Water World may have a 95% hydrosphere and still be considered a Water World.
Hydrographic Codes Code Description % Surface Water Remarks 0 Desert World 0 - 4 None 1 Dry World 5 - 14 None 2 Dry World 15 - 24 None 3 Wet World 25 - 34 None 4 Wet World 35 - 44 None 5 Wet World 45 - 54 None 6 Wet World 55 - 64 None 7 Wet World 65 - 74 None 8 Wet World 75 - 84 None 9 Wet World 85 - 94 None A Water World 95 - 100 None
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