Annual GEBCO Bathymetric Science Day

The GEBCO Bathymetric Science Day is held every year during GEBCO's meetings. It consists of oral presentations and poster displays and attendance is open to all. We welcome contributions on topics relating to ocean-floor mapping and its applications.

The Eighth GEBCO Science Day was held on 8th October 2013 at the Istituto di Scienze Marine in Venice, Italy.

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Eighth Annual GEBCO Bathymetric Science Day

Hosted at the Istituto di Scienze Marine in Venice, Italy, on 8th October 2013.

Presentations

Poster displays

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 Title Author(s) Link
Opening remarks and welcome including a presentation on the work of ISMAR Fabio Trincardi; Director, Istituto di Scienze Marine (ISMAR), Venice, Italy Adobe PDF of the presentation given by the Director of ISMAR about the organisation (4.5 MB)
IBCSO V1.0 — a new view on Antarctic Bathymetry

Jan Erik Arndt (1); Hans Werner Schenke (1); Martin Jakobsson (2); Frank O. Nitsche (3); Gwen Buys (4); Bruce Goleby (5); Michele Rebesco (6); Fernando Bohoyo (7); Jongkuk Hong (8); Jenny Black (9); Rudolf Greku (10); Gleb Udintsev (11); Felipe Barrios (12); Walter Reynoso-Peralta (13); Morishita Taisei (14); Rochelle Wigley (15); (1) Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany; (2) Stockholm University, Department of Geological Science, Stockholm, Sweden; (3) Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, Palisades, New York, USA; (4) British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK; (5) Geoscience Australia, Canberra, ACT, Australia; (6) Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale, Sgonico, Italy; (7) Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Madrid, Spain; (8) Korean Polar Research Institute, Incheon, South Korea; (9) Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt, New Zealand; (10) Institute of Geological Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine; (11) Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry, Moscow, Russia; (12) Servicio Hidrográfico y Oceanográfico, Valparaiso, Chile; (13) Servicio de Hidrografía Naval, Buenos Aires, Argentina; (14) Hydrographic and Oceanographic Dept, Japan Coast Guard, Tokyo, Japan; (15) University of New Hampshire, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center, Durham, New Hampshire, USA

 

Adobe PDF of the presentation: IBCSO v1.0 - A new view on Antarctic Bathymetry (5 MB)
EMODnet Preparatory Actions Hydrographic and Seabed Mapping and new EMODnet Bathymetry Dick Schaap (1); Eric Moussat (2); Benoit Loubrieu (2); (1) MARIS B.V., Voorburg, the Netherlands; (2) Institut Français de Recherche pour L'Exploitation de la Mer (Ifremer), France Adobe PDF of the presentation: EMODnet Preparatory Actions Hydrographic and Seabed Mapping and new EMODnet Bathymetry (7 MB)
Update from Google Oceans, new data, Google Maps Engine Jenifer Austin Foulkes (1), Jamie Adams (1), Brian Sullivan (1), Kurt Schwehr (1), David Sandwell (2), Walter Smith (3), Martin Jakobsson (4), Charles Paull (5), Vicki Ferrini & Suzanne Carbotte (6); (1) Google Inc., Mountain View, California, USA; (2) U. of California-San Diego, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, La Jolla, California, USA; (3) NOAA Laboratory for Satellite Altimetry, College Park, Maryland, USA; (4) Dept. of Geological Sciences, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden; (5) The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), Moss Landing, California, USA; (6) Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, Pallisades, New York, USA Adobe PDF of the presentation: Update from Google Oceans, new data, Google Maps Engine (25 MB)
The Hidden Landscape of the Baltic Sea - Introducing a New Bathymetry Database to the Public Benjamin Hell; Hans Öiås and the Baltic Sea Bathymetry Database working group; Swedish Maritime Administration / Baltic Sea Hydrographic Commission Adobe PDF of the presentation: The Hidden Landscape of the Baltic Sea - Introducing a New Bathymetry Database to the Public (816 KB)
Bringing the ocean into the cloud Timothy Kearns; OneOcean Corp, Seattle, Washington USA Adobe PDF of the presentation: Bringing the ocean into the cloud (15 MB)
Attribution and Tracking Provenance for the GMRT Synthesis Vicki Ferrini and Suzanne Carbotte; Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, Palisades, New York, USA Adobe PDF of the presentation: Attribution and Tracking Provenance for the GMRT Synthesis (4 MB)
Vertical datum transformations: exploring a GIS approach Bertrand Baud; ESRI, Redlands, California, USA Adobe PDF of the presentation: Vertical datum transformations: Exploring a GIS Approach (2 MB)
Vega 2013: Expedition Greenland Martin Jakobsson; Stockholm University, Dept of Geological Science, Stockholm, Sweden Adobe PDF of the presentation: Vega 2013: Expedition Greenland (8.6 MB)
Post-seismic crustal movement of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and its impacts on hydrographic surveys and charts Taisei Morishita (1), Shin Tani (1) and Tsuyoshi Yoshida (1,2); (1) Hydrographic and Oceanographic Dept, Japan Coast Guard, Tokyo, Japan; (2) Secretariat of the Headquarter for Ocean Policy, Cabinet Secretariat, Tokyo, Japan Adobe PDF of the presentation: Post-seismic crustal  movement of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and its impacts on hydrographic surveys  and charts (9 MB)
Virgin dives of JHOD's new AUVs to a volcanic caldera and new findings Tsuyoshi Yoshida (1,2), Hiroki Minami (1), Taisei Morishita (1), and Shin Tani (1); (1) Hydrographic and Oceanographic Dept, Japan Coast Guard, Tokyo, Japan; (2) Secretariat of the Headquarter for Ocean Policy, Cabinet Secretariat, Tokyo, Japan Adobe PDF of the presentation: Virgin dives of JHOD's new AUVs to a volcanic caldera and new findings (2.2 MB)
R/H SABVABAA; Summary of 2012-13 Operations in the High Arctic, and plans for FRAM-2014, 400 days drift over the Alpha Ridge Impact Area John K. Hall (1) and Yngve Kristoffersen (2); (1) Geological Survey of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel; (2) Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center, Bergen, Norway Adobe PDF of the presentation: R/H SABVABAA; Summary of 2012-13 Operations in the High Arctic, and Plans for FRAM-2014, 400 days drift over the Alpha Ridge Impact Area (6 MB)
Rock and reef survey and service with airborne Lidar Eunmi Chang (1), Hyo Hyun Sung (2), Noh Jae-yeong (3), Kim Eun-yeong (4); (1) Ziin Consulting Inc., Seoul, Republic of Korea; (2) Ewha Women’s University, Seoul, Republic of Korea; (3) Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Administration, Incheon, Republic of Korea; (4) Geostory Inc., Seoul, Republic of Korea Adobe PDF of the presentation: Rock and reef survey and service with airborne Lidar (4 MB)
Active tectonic, morphology and submarine deformation in the northern Gulf of Eilat/Aqaba Gideon Tibor; Israel Oceanographic & Limnological Research Center, Haifa, Israel  
The High Resolution Bathymetry of the Lagoon of Venice: a Base Map for Interdisciplinary Research Federica Foglini, Fantina Madricardo, Aleksandra Kruss, Marco Bajo, Debora Bellafiore, Elisabetta Campiani, Francesca De Pascalis, Christian Ferrarin, Valentina Grande, Erica Keppel, Elisa Leidi, Giuliano Lorenzetti, Francesco Maicu, Giorgia Manfè Francesca Manfrin, Vittorio Maselli, Alessandra Mercorella, Claudio Pellegrini, Antonio Petrizzo, Mariacristina Prampolini, Alessandro Remia, Marzia Rovere, Alessandro Sarretta, Marco Sigovini, Davide Tagliapietra and Fabio Trincardi; Istituto di Scienze Marine (ISMAR), Bologna, Italy Adobe PDF of the presentation: The High Resolution Bathymetry of the Lagoon of Venice: a Base Map for Interdisciplinary Research (10 MB)
Magic project: the Italian experience of a common effort of the scientific community to acquire, process, interpret a very large amount HR bathymetric data at a national scale. Francesco Latino Chiocci (1, 2), Daniele Casalbore (2), Eleonora Martorelli (5), Domenico Ridente (2), Andrea Argnani, Luca Gasperini (3), Fabiano Gamberi (3), Michael Marani (3), Marzia Rovere (3), Fabio Trincardi (3) Alessandro Conforti (7), Giovanni De Falco (6), Renato Tonielli (3) Silvia Ceramicola (4), Riccardo Ramella (4) Ester Colizza (5), Cesare Corselli (7), Francesco Fanucci (5), Sebastian Migeon (8), Danilo Morelli (5), Paolo Orrù (9), Maria Rosaria Senatore (11), Attilio Sulli (10); (1) Dipartimento Scienze della Terra, University of Rome, Italy; (2) CNR- L'Istituto di Geologia Ambientale e Geoingegneria, Italy; (3) CNR- Istituto di Scienze Marine, Bologna, Italy; (4) Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale, Sgonico, Italy; (5) University of Trieste, Trieste, Italy; (6) CNR- Istituto di Scienze Marine, Genova, Italy; (7) University of Milano–Bicocca, Milano, Italy; (8) Géoazur, Sophia Antipolis, France; (9) University of Cagliari, Cagliari, Italy; (10) University of Palermo, Palermo, Italy; (11) University of Sannio, Sannio, Italy Adobe PDF of the presentation: Magic project: the Italian  experience of a common effort of the scientific community to acquire, process,  interpret a very large amount HR bathymetric data at a national scale. (9 MB)

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 Title Author(s) Poster
MESHATLANTIC PROJECT: compilation and harmonization bathymetric data in the Atlantic Area D Mata, JL Sanz and LM Agudo; Spanish Oceanographic Institute (IEO), Madrid, Spain Adobe PDF of the poster: MESHATLANTIC PROJECT: compilation and harmonization bathymetric data in the Atlantic Area (3 MB)
The IHO-IOC GEBCO Cook Book: 2013 Progress Report Karen Marks; NOAA Laboratory for Satellite Altimetry, College Park, Maryland, USA Adobe PDF of the poster: The IHO-IOC GEBCO Cook Book: 2013 Progress Report (5 MB)
Incorporating new satellite data improves marine gravity field Karen M. Marks (1), Walter HF Smith (1) and David T Sandwell (2); (1) NOAA Laboratory for Satellite Altimetry, College Park, MD USA; (2) U. of California-San Diego, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, La Jolla, California, USA Adobe PDF of the poster: Incorporating new satellite data improves marine gravity field (7 MB)
IOBC moves forward with Educational Benefits Karolina Chorzewska; Nippon Foundation / GEBCO Training Program 2012- 2013 scholar; U. of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA and Polish Navy Hydrographic Support Squadron, Poland Adobe PDF of the poster: IOBC moves forward with Educational Benefits (6 MB)
Smart Globe with GEBCO Worldmap and gazetteer Jang Hyun An; Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Administration, Seoul, Republic of Korea Adobe PDF of the poster: Smart Globe with GEBCO Worldmap and gazetteer (1 MB)
The GEBCO_2013 Grid Pauline Weatherall; British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC), Liverpool, UK Adobe PDF of the poster: The GEBCO_2013 Grid (2 MB)
Harmonization of DTM production in EU distributed infrastructures T.Schmitt (1), E. Moussat (2) and B. Loubrieu (2); (1) Service Hydrographique et Océanographique de la Marine (SHOM), Brest, France; (2) Institut Français de Recherche pour L'Exploitation de la Mer (Ifremer), Issy-les-Moulineaux, France Adobe PDF of the poster: Harmonization of DTM production in EU distributed infrastructures (656 KB)
Indian Ocean Bathymetric Compilation Project Rochelle Wigley; University of New Hampshire, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center, Durham, New Hampshire, USA Adobe PDF of the poster: Indian Ocean Bathymetric Compilation Project (3 MB)
Shared Benefits: Students Lab Visit to National Geophysical Data Center - Marine Geology and Geophysics Division Htike Htike, Takafumi Hashimoto and Karolina Chorzewska; Nippon Foundation /GEBCO scholars; University of New Hampshire, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center, Durham, New Hampshire, USA Adobe PDF of the poster: Shared Benefits: Students Lab Visit to National Geophysical Data Center - Marine Geology and Geophysics Division (7 MB)
Artifacts in Gridded Bathymetry Anastasia Abramova; Geological Institute, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia Adobe PDF of the poster: Artifacts in Gridded Bathymetry (1.7 MB)
CCOM-JHC Summer Hydro 2012: A High-Res Survey under 12 Flags A. Berry (UK); Y. Cezairli (Turkey); M. Chowdhury (Bangladesh); C. Englert (USA); P. Gunasinghage (Sri Lanka); X. Guo (China); N. Hassan (Malaysia); G.Masetti (Italy); H. Minami (Japan); T. Nguyen (Vietnam); S. Thein (Myanmar); B. Welton (USA); M. Wilson (USA); A. Armstrong (USA); S. Dijkstra (The Netherlands); B. Smith (USA); E. Terry (USA); University of New Hampshire, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center, Durham, New Hampshire, USA Adobe PDF of the poster: CCOM-JHC Summer Hydro 2012: A High-Res Survey under 12 Flags (728 KB)
IBCSO v1.0 — a new view on Antarctic Bathymetry Jan Erik Arndt (1), Hans Werner Schenke (1), Martin Jakobsson (2), Frank O. Nitsche (3), Gwen Buys (4), Bruce Goleby (5), Michele Rebesco (6) Fernando Bohoyo (7), Jongkuk Hong (8), Jenny Black (9), Rudolf Greku (10), Gleb Udintsev (11), Felipe Barrios (12), Walter Reynoso-Peralta (13), Morishita Taisei (14) and Rochelle Wigley (15); (1) Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany; (2) Stockholm University, Department of Geological Science, Stockholm, Sweden; (3) Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, Palisades, New York, USA; (4) British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK; (5) Geoscience Australia, Canberra, ACT, Australia; (6) Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale, Sgonico, Italy; (7) Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Madrid, Spain; (8) Korean Polar Research Institute, Incheon, South Korea; (9) Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt, New Zealand; (10) Institute of Geological Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine; (11) Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry, Moscow, Russia; (12) Servicio Hidrográfico y Oceanográfico, Valparaiso, Chile; (13) Servicio de Hidrografía Naval, Buenos Aires, Argentina; (14) Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department, Japan Coast Guard, Tokyo, Japan; (15) University of New Hampshire, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center, Durham, New Hampshire, USA External link to poster: doi.pangaea.de/ 10.1594/PANGAEA.805735
Seventh Annual GEBCO Bathymetric Science Day

Hosted by the Directing Committee of the International Hydrographic Bureau at the Salle du Ponant, Monaco, on 2nd October 2012.

Presentations

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Multibeam data contributions from U.S. Academic Research Fleet: coordinated data stewardship and efforts to optimize data quality Vicki Ferrini, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO), Columbia University, NY USA

Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "Multibeam data contributions from U.S. Academic Research Fleet: coordinated data stewardship and efforts to optimize data quality" (3 Mbytes)

Where are the bathymetric hot-spots? A call for collaboration David Monahan, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH USA Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "Where are the bathymetric hot-spots? A call for collaboration" (2 Mbytes)
FRAM 2012 - Norwegians return to the high Arctic with the research hovercraft R/H SABVABAA John K. Hall (1), Yngve Kristoffersen (2), and Harald Brekke (3); (1) Geological Survey of Israel, (2) Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center, and University of Bergen,  Norway (3) Norwegian Petroleum Directorate, Norway Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "Norwegians return to the high Arctic with the research hovercraft R/H SABVABAA" (5 Mbytes)

Inventory and qualification of bathymetric data in the North East Atlantic

Thierry Schmitt (1), Jean-François Oehler (2) and Laurent Richier (2); (1) Service Hydrographique et Océanographique de la Marine (SHOM), France; (2) ALTRAN Ouest Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "Inventory and qualification of bathymetric data for the North East Atlantic" (3 Mbytes)
The development of a User Interface for multi-beam data processing in Linux Sung Ho Choi, Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Administration, Republic of Korea Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "The development of a User Interface for multi-beam data processing in Linux" (2.5 Mbytes)
GLOBE software, global oceanography and bathymetry explorer Jean-Marc Sinquin, Jean-Marie, Augustin, Benoit Loubrieu, Eric Moussat, Gaël Quemener; Institut Français de Recherche pour L'Exploitation de la Mer (Ifremer), Issy-les-Moulineaux, France Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "GLOBE software, global oceanography and bathymetry explorer" (2 Mbytes)
Explore and share bathymetric data with ArcGIS Beata Van Esch and Timothy Kearns; ESRI, Inc., Redlands, California, USA Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "Ocean basemap and management of 1000’s of gridded surfaces in ArcGIS" (2.1 Mbytes)
What's new in the Ocean in Google Earth and Maps Jenifer Austin Foulkes (1), Jamie Adams (1), David Sandwell (2), Walter Smith (3), Martin Jakobsson (4); (1) Google Inc., Mountain View, California, USA, (2) U. of California-San Diego, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, La Jolla, California, USA; (3) NOAA Laboratory for Satellite Altimetry, College Park, Maryland, USA; (4) Dept. of Geological Sciences, Stockholm University, Sweden Live demonstration
Multibeam backscatter-driven investigations reveal previously unknown cold seeps in the southeastern Tyrrhenian Sea Marzia Rovere, Fabiano Gamberi, Alessandra Mercorella, Michael Marani, Andrea Gallerani, Elisa Leidi, Federica Foglini; Istituto di Scienze Marine, Bologna, Italy
Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "Multibeam backscatter-driven investigations reveal previously unknown cold seeps in the southeastern Tyrrhenian Sea" (9 Mbytes)
Bathymetric surveys In super-shallow water, assessment of the main challenges: case study of the Lagoon Of Venice, Italy Federica Foglini (1), Fantina Madricardo (1), Marzia Rovere (1), Renato Tonielli (2); (1) Istituto di Scienze Marine, Bologna, Italy, (2) Istituto per l'Ambiente Marino Costiero-Consiglio, Naples, Italy Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "Bathymetric surveys In super-shallow water, assessment of the main challenges: case study of the Lagoon Of Venice, Italy" (5 Mbytes)
Issues in standard harmonization of GRID and units in both marine science and geographical information system Eunmi Chang and Hyo Hyun Sung; Ewha Women's University, Republic of Korea Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "Issues in standard harmonization of GRID and units in both marine science and geographical information system" (2.3 Mbytes)

Coastal bathymetry and its application - tsunami, renewable energy, ...

Yasutaka Katagiri, Taisei Morishita and Shin Tani; Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department, Japan Coast Guard, Tokyo, Japan Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "Coastal bathymetry and its application - tsunami, renewable energy" (4 Mbytes)

Seafloor wonders revealed by sonar beam - did nature know contour bias?

Taisei Morishita, Yasutaka Katagiri and Shin Tani; Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department, Japan Coast Guard, Tokyo, Japan Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "Seafloor wonders revealed by sonar beam - did nature know contour bias?" (3 Mbytes)

Publication of “ATLAS OF THE SEAS" - the 140th Anniversary of the Hydrographic Office of Japan

Kunio Yashima; Japan Hydrographic Association, Tokyo, Japan Adobe PDF of the Science Day presentation "Publication of “ATLAS OF THE SEAS" - the 140th Anniversary of the Hydrographic Office of Japan" (2 Mbytes)

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GEBCO’s data sets and products Pauline Weatherall, British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC), UK

Adobe PDF of the Science Day poster "GEBCO’s data sets and products" (2 Mbytes)

Comparisons of the GEBCO_08 and SRTM30_Plus V7 Grids in regions of interpolated bathymetry

Karen Marks (1) and Pauline Weatherall (2); (1) U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), College Park, MD, USA (2); British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC), UK

Adobe PDF of the Science Day poster "Comparisons of GEBCO_08 and SRTM30_Plus V7 Grids in regions of interpolated bathymetry" (37 Mbytes)

The IHO-IOC GEBCO Cook Book: 2012 Progress Report Karen Marks, NOAA, College Park, MD USA Adobe PDF of the Science Day poster "The IHO-IOC GEBCO Cook Book: 2012 Progress Report" (5 Mbytes)

GEBCO / Nippon Foundation Scholars Projects at NOAA's National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC)

Mohammad Chowdhury (1,2), Norhizam Hassan (1,2), Saw Nu Sanda Thein (1,2) and Rochelle Wigley (2); (1) GEBCO Nippon Scholar; (2) Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA Adobe PDF of the Science Day poster "GEBCO / Nippon Foundation Scholars Projects at NOAA's National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC)" (1.2 Mbytes)
GEBCO / Nippon Foundation Indian Ocean Bathymetric
Compilation
Rochelle Wigley; Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA Adobe PDF of the Science Day poster "GEBCO / Nippon Foundation Indian Ocean Bathymetric" (1.8 Mbytes)
Norte Braileira Ridge - GEBCO_08 Grid compared with recent acquired data Cdr Izabel King Jeck; Center of Hydrography (CHM), Directorate of Hydrography and Navigation (DHN) / Brazilian Navy, Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Adobe PDF of the Science Day poster "Comparisons between aquired data and GEBCO grid of ocean ridges northeast of Brazil" (6.5 Mbytes)
EMODNet Hydrography — seabed mapping projects. Producing a high resolution digital bathymetry for European sea basins

Dick Schaap and the EMODNet consortium; MARIS Sea Data and Information, Voorburg, The Netherlands

Adobe PDF of the Science Day poster "EMODNet Hydrography — seabed mapping projects. Producing a high resolution digital bathymetry for European sea basins" (3.4 Mbytes)
Experience of a hydrographic survey in the Antarctic Circle Cdr Enrique Silva; Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service, Chilean Navy, Valaparíso, Chile Adobe PDF of the Science Day poster "Multibeam surveys below the Antarctic Polar Circle" (3.3 Mbytes)
Korea basic maps of the sea I Ji Kim, Hydrographic Survey Division, Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Administration, Incheon, Republic of Korea

Adobe PDF of the Science Day poster "Korean basic maps of the sea" (1.3 Mbytes)

Publication of “Atlas Of The Seas" — the 140th Anniversary of the Hydrographic Office of Japan Kunio Yashima; Japan Hydrographic Association, Tokyo, Japan Adobe PDF of the Science Day poster "Publication of “Atlas Of The Seas" — the 140th Anniversary of the Hydrographic Office of Japan" (1.7 Mbytes)
How to Map the Floor of an Entire Ocean – A New Text Book: Work in Progress Dave Monahan; Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, University of New Hampshire, NH, USA Adobe PDF of the Science Day poster "How to Map the Floor of an Entire Ocean – A New Text Book: Work in Progress" (325 KB)
Morphology of the Equatorial Mid-Atlantic Ridge and its large offset transforms

D. Smith (5), R. Parnell-Turner (1), C. Palmiotto (2,3), A. Zheleznov (4), M. Fowler (6), D. Bonnemains (7), K. Bursaw (8), C. Holly (9), R. Dziak (6); (1) Department of Earth Sciences, Uni. of Cambridge, UK; (2) University of Bologna, Italy; (3) Ismar, Cnr of Bologna, Italy; (4) St. Petersburg State University, Russia; (5) Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA; (6) Cooperative Institute for Marine Resource Studies, Oregon State University/NOAA, USA; (7) Equipe Géosciences Marines, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Sorbonne Paris Cité, Université Paris Diderot, France; (8) University of Maryland, USA; (9) Department of Geological Sciences, University of Missouri, Columbia, USA

Adobe PDF of the Science Day poster "Morphology of the Equatorial Mid-Atlantic Ridge and its large offset transforms" (802 KB)
The International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO) Version 3.0

Martin Jakobsson (1), Larry Mayer (2), Bernard Coakley (3), Julian A. Dowdeswell (4), Steve Forbes (5),Boris Fridman (6), Hanne Hodnesdal (7),Riko Noormets (8),Richard Pedersen (9), Michele Rebesco (10), Hans-Werner Schenke (11), Yulia Zarayskaya (12), Daniela Accettella (10), Andrew Armstrong (2), Robert M. Anderson (13), Paul Bienhoff (14), Angelo Camerlenghi (15), Ian Church (16), Margo Edwards (17), James V. Gardner (2), John K. Hall (18), Benjamin Hell (1), Ole Hestvik (19), Yngve Kristoffersen (20), Christian Marcussen (21), Rezwan Mohammad (1), David Mosher (22), Son V. Nghiem (23), Maria Teresa Pedrosa (15), Paola G. Travaglini (5), and Pauline Weatherall (24);

(1) Dept. of Geological Sciences, Stockholm University, Sweden; (2) Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center, University of New Hampshire, USA; (3) Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA; (4) Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge, UK; (5) Canadian Hydrographic Service, Canada; (6) Moscow Aerogeodetic Company, Russian Federation; (7) Norwegian Mapping Authority, Hydrographic Service, Norway; (8) The University Centre in Svalbard, Longyearbyen, Norway; (9) National Survey and Cadastre, Denmark; (10) Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS), Italy; (11) Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (AWI), Germany; (12) Laboratory of Ocean Floor Geomorphology and Tectonics, Geological Institute RAS, Russian Federation; (13) Science Applications International Corporation, USA; (14) Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, USA; (15) ICREA and University of Barcelona, Spain; (16) Dept. Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering, University of New Brunswick, Canada; (17) University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA; (18) Geological Survey of Israel, Israel; (19) OLEX, Norway; (20) Dept of Earth Science, University of Bergen, Norway; (21) Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Denmark; (22) Geological Survey of Canada, Canada; (23) Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA; (24) British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC), UK

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Sixth Annual GEBCO Bathymetric Science Day

Hosted on 4th October 2011 at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California, USA.

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Quality control for Multibeam echosounders at the French Naval Hydrographic Service (SHOM) Christophe Vrignaud, Sophie Loyer, Patrick Michaux and Thierry Schmitt*, Service Hydrographique et Océanographique de la Marine (SHOM), France

Adobe PDF version of the presentation "Quality control for Multibeam echosounders at the French Naval Hydrographic Service (SHOM) and European bathymetric database and digital elevation model (EMODNET Hydrography initiative)" (3 MB) Combined with presentation 2

European bathymetric database and digital elevation model (EMODNET Hydrography initiative) Thierry Schmitt and the EMODNET Hydrography Partners; Service Hydrographique et Océanographique de la Marine (SHOM), France Adobe PDF version of the presentation "Quality control for Multibeam echosounders at the French Naval Hydrographic Service (SHOM) and European bathymetric database and digital elevation model (EMODNET Hydrography initiative)" (3 MB) Combined with presentation 1
The bathymetry of the central Mediterranean Sea in the framework of the EMODnet project — a case study of bathymetric data integration and processing Federica Foglini and Marzia Rovere, The Marine Sciences Research Institute (ISMAR) of the Italian National Research Council (CNR), Bologna, Italy Adobe PDF of the presentation "The bathymetry of the central Mediterranean Sea in the framework of the EMODnet project — a case study of bathymetric data integration and processing" (9.4 MB)
Effect of the Reunion Plumehead on Indo-Atlantic tectonics in the late Cretaceous and early Cenozoic Steve Cande and Dave Stegman, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO), USA Adobe PDF of the presentation "Effect of the Reunion Plumehead on Indo-Atlantic tectonics in the late Cretaceous and early Cenozoic" (10 MB)
History of NOAA-Scripps collaboration in Pacific ocean mapping Albert E. Theberge Jr., U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Corps (Ret.), NOAA Central Library, USA
Adobe PDF of the presentation "History of NOAA-Scripps collaboration in Pacific ocean mapping" (12 MB)
Marie Tharp: Portrait of a Scientist Hali Felt, University of Pittsburgh, USA Adobe PDF of the presentation "Marie Tharp: Portrait of a Scientist" (2 MB)
GEBCO-related high-Arctic activities, Summer 2011 John Hall, Geological Survey of Israel, (Ret.) Adobe PDF of the presentation "GEBCO-related high-Arctic activities, Summer 2011" (8.3 MB)
Multibeam mapping in the search for remains of the Viking-age trading center, Birka, in Lake Mälaren, south central Sweden Martin Jakobsson, University of Stockholm, Sweden Adobe PDF of the presentation "Multibeam mapping in the search for remains of the Viking-age trading center, Birka, in Lake Mälaren, south central Sweden" (5 MB)
Improvement in global marine gravity from retracked CryoSat Emmanuel Garcia and David Sandwell, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO), USA and Walter Smith, U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Adobe PDF of the presentation "Improvement in global marine gravity from retracked CryoSat" (2.4 MB)
Hydrographic survey activities in tsunami-damaged harbors of Japan Shin Tani and Taisei Morishita, Japanese Cabinet Secretariat for Ocean Policy, Government of Japan and the Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department, Japan Coast Guard (JHOD)
Adobe PDF of the presentation "Hydrographic survey activities in tsunami-damaged harbors of Japan" (10 MB)
GEBCO Undersea Feature Names Gazetteer Enhancement Project: Part I Maureen A. LeVoir, CIRES - National Geophysical Data Center/NOAA, USA; Lisa A. Taylor, U.S. National Geophysical Data Center; Michel Huet, International Hydrographic Bureau; John C. Cartwright, U.S. National Geophysical Data Center and Hans Werner Schenke, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany Adobe PDF of the presentation "GEBCO Undersea Feature Names Gazetteer Enhancement Project: Part I" (591 KB)
Bathymetry in the Cloud with GIS Timothy Kearns and Beata Van Esch, Esri, Inc. Adobe PDF of the presentation "Bathymetry in the Cloud with GIS" (5 MB)

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A method for quantifying digital elevation model (DEM) uncertainty introduced by interpolative gridding Christopher Amante, Matthew Love, Barry Eakins, CIRES - National Geophysical Data Center/NOAA, USA

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Prototype variable resolution bathymetry toolbox and right TIN implementation Eric Mixon, Paul Elmore, Fred Petry, Kevin Duvieilh, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Marine Geosciences Division, USA

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Updating the GEBCO_08 Grid – data sets planned for inclusion in the next release of the data set Pauline Weatherall, British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC), UK and Colin Jacobs, National Oceanography Centre (NOC), UK Adobe PDF of the poster presentation "Updating the GEBCO_08 Grid – data sets planned for inclusion in the next release of the data set" (42 MB)
Improvements in global bathymetry with US multibeam and CryoSat altimetry data Alexis Shakas, Delft University of Technology and David Sandwell, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Adobe PDF of the poster presentation "Improvements in global bathymetry with US multibeam and CryoSat altimetry data" (28 MB)
Comparison and evaluation of publicly available grids in the Arctic Anastasia Abramova, Geological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences and University of New Hampshire, Thomas Lippmann, Brian Calder, Larry Mayer and Dave Monahan, University of New Hampshire Adobe PDF of the poster presentation "Comparison and evaluation of publicly available grids in the Arctic" (7.4 MB)
The GEBCO Cookbook: a progress report Karen Marks, U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Adobe PDF of the poster presentation "The GEBCO Cookbook: a progress report" (1.4 MB)
Coherence between altimetric gravity and multibeam bathymetry grids Karen Marks and Walter Smith, U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Adobe PDF of the poster presentation "Coherence between altimetric gravity and multibeam bathymetry grids" (11 MB)
Rolling Deck to Repository (R2R): progress in systematically capturing underway data from the US Academic Fleet, including multibeam Suzanne Carbotte, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University (LDEO); Stephen Miller, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO); Andrew Maffei, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI); Shawn Smith, Florida State University; Robert Arko, LDEO; Vicki Ferrini, LDEO; Karen Stocks, San Diego Supercomputer Center; Cynthia Chandler, WHOI; Mark Bourassa, Florida State University; Dru Clark, SIO; Suzanne O'Hara, LDEO and Aaron Sweeney, SIO Adobe PDF of the poster presentation "Rolling Deck to Repository (R2R): progress in systematically capturing underway data from the US Academic Fleet, including multibeam" (2 MB)
The Indian Ocean GEBCO Nippon Foundation Bathymetric compilation project Rochelle Wigley, GEBCO Nippon Scholar and Council for Geoscience, South Africa and Dave Monahan, University of New Hampshire Adobe PDF of the poster presentation "The Indian Ocean GEBCO Nippon Foundation Bathymetric compilation project" (2 MB)
Improved Continental Shelf Topography via Hydrodynamic Data Assimilation Edward D. Zaron, Portland State University and Portland State University, Johns Hopkins University

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Improved Continental Shelf Topography via Hydrodynamic Data Assimilation Don C. Ventura, Fugro Pelagos, San Diego, USA; Chris Spencer Fugro OSAE, Bremen, Germany and Jerry C Wilson Fugro Pelagos, San Diego, USA Adobe PDF of the poster presentation "Improved Continental Shelf Topography via Hydrodynamic Data Assimilation" (2 MB)

 

Fifth Annual GEBCO Bathymetric Science Day

Hosted on 15th September 2010 by the Peruvian Directorate of Hydrography, Callao, Peru.

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Some activities of the Brazilian Directorate of Hydrography and Navigation Izabel King Jeck, Brazilian Navy, Brazil Adobe PDF version of the presentation 'Some activities of the Brazilan Directorate of Hydrograghy and Navigation' (4998 KB)
Multibeam mapping reveal past collapse of the Pine Island Bay Ice Shelf, West Antarctica Martin Jakobsson, Stockholm University, Sweden and John Anderson, Rice University, USA Adobe PDF version of the presentation 'Multibeam mapping reveal past collapse of the Pine Island Bay Ice Shelf, West Antarctica' (3545 KB)
Japanese Hydrographic Office AUV survey of a knoll Shin Tani, Japan Cabinet Secretariat for Ocean Policy, Japan  
Japanese Hydrographic Office ice breaking multibeam echo-sounder Shin Tani, Japan Cabinet Secretariat for Ocean Policy, Japan  
Seamount discovery tool Megan Jones, University of California, San Diego, USA Adobe PDF version of the presentation 'Seamount discovery tool' (1390 KB)
Uncertainty estimation of historical bathymetric data from Bayesian networks Paul Elmore, US Naval Research Laboratory, USA Adobe PDF version of the presentation 'Uncertainty estimation of historical bathymetric data from Bayesian networks' (3592 KB)
New high resolution bathymetry in Google Ocean Jenifer Austin Foulkes, Google, USA Live demonstration

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Interpolating across gaps in bathymetric surveys: the value of altimetry Karen Marks and Walter Smith, NOAA, USA Adobe PDF version of the poster 'Interpolating across gaps in bathymetric surveys: the value of altimetry' (11 MB)
GEBCO Cookbook contribution: assessing errors in bathymetric grids Karen Marks and Walter Smith, NOAA, USA Adobe PDF version of the poster 'GEBCO Cookbook contribution: assessing errors in bathymetric grids' (5773 KB)
The combination of soundings and remotely sensed bathymetry in the GEBCO grid James Daniell, Geosciences Australia, Australia Adobe PDF version of the poster 'The combination of soundings and remotely sensed bathymetry in the GEBCO grid' (1100 KB)
Spline interpolation of sparse bathymetric data for Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) Christopher Amante and B. Eakins, University of Colorado, USA; Lisa Taylor, IHO DCDB, USA Adobe PDF version of the poster 'Spline interpolation of sparse bathymetric data for Digital Elevation Models (DEMs)' (6247 KB)
Updating the GEBCO_08 Grid Pauline Weatherall, BODC, UK; Martin Jakobsson, University of Stockholm, Sweden; Walter Smith, NOAA USA; Colin Jacobs, NOC, UK, Hans-Werner Schenke, AWI, Germany; John Hall, Geological Survey of Israel (retired) Adobe PDF version of the poster 'Updating the GEBCO_08 Grid' (15 MB)
New soundings for SRTM30_PLUS V7.0 Megan Jones and David Sandwell, Scripps Institiution of Oceanography, USA; Robin Beaman, James Cook University, Australia Adobe PDF version of the poster 'New soundings for SRTM30_PLUS V7.0' (5038 KB)
A marine GIS for the Oceania region (MARGO); an exploratory project. James Daniell, Geoscience Australia; Naoto Ujihara, Japan Coast Guard; Bernice Mahabier, Maritime Authority, Suriname; Athur Herwindya, AAAT, Indonesia; Francis Freire, University of the Philippines; Yulia Zarayskaya, Geological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Kurt Scwehr and David Monahan, University of New Hampshire, USA; Shereen Sharma, Fugro, Australia Adobe PDF version of the poster 'A marine GIS for the Oceania region (MARGO); an exploratory project' (46 KB)
Combining varying resolution survey data to produce a robust deep seabed classification Colin Jacobs, National Oceanography Centre, UK; Lucy Porritt, University of British Columbia, Canada and Kerry Howell, University of Plymouth, UK Adobe PDF version of the poster 'Combining varying resolution survey data to produce a robust deep seabed classification' (1043 KB)
Comparison and evaluation of publically available global bathymetry grids Anastasia Abramova, University of New Hampshire, USA, Adobe PDF version of the poster 'Comparison and evaluation of publicly available global bathymetric grids' (23 MB)
Advances in Marine Seismic Refraction: Ongoing development improves visualization and usability of the data Jim Anderson, Fugro, Australia Adobe PDF version of the poster 'Advances in Marine Seismic Refraction: Ongoing development improves visualization and usability of the data' (1594 KB)
A search for UXO in Papua New Guinea: Mapping small magnetic anomalies under difficult conditions N. Smith, Fugro, Australia Adobe PDF version of the poster 'A search for UXO in Papua New Guinea: Mapping small magnetic anomalies under difficult conditions' (4399 KB)
Anatomy of a Site Survey: Combining geophysical and environmental surveys in the Timor Sea Tony George, Fugro, Australia Adobe PDF version of the poster 'Anatomy of a Site Survey: Combining geophysical and environmental surveys in the Timor Sea' (3739 KB)
Geological and Geomorphological influence on some sea cucumber species in Northwest coast of Sri Lanka S.U.P. Jinadasa and D.C.T. Dissanayake, NARA, Sri Lanka Adobe PDF version of the poster 'Geological and geomorphological influence on some sea cucumber species in Northwest coast of Sri Lanka' (1505 KB)

 

Fourth Annual GEBCO Bathymetric Science Day

Held at Oceanopolis, Brest, France on 29th September 2009.

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Proactive bathymetric mapping activities around Israel and in the Arctic. J. Hall, Geological Survey of Israel (retired), Israel

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Shadows Mapping Sonar: A new tool for hydrographers, oceanographers and the survey industry. E. Sgherri, IXSEA, France Adobe PDF version of the presentation "Shadows Mapping Sonar: A new tool for Hydrographers, Oceanographers and the Survey Industry" (6417 KB)

High resolution geoid from altimetry and bathymetry: requirements for a future mission.

J-Y. Royer, G. Louis and M. Maia, UEB and CRNS, France; M.F. Le Quentrec-Lalancette and D. Rouxel, SHOM, France; L. Geli, Ifremer, France Adobe PDF version of the presentation "High resolution geoid from altimetry and bathymetry: requirements for a future mission" (2357 KB)
Olex global sounding database: a phenomenal resource for regional bathymetric mapping projects, examples from the IBCAO region. C. Jacobs, NOCS, UK; P. Weatherall, BODC, UK; M. Jakobsson, Stockholm University, Sweden
Adobe PDF version of the presentation "Olex global sounding database: a phenomenal resource for regional bathymetric mapping projects, examples from the IBCAO region" (3498 KB)
Analysis of bathymetric datasets quality: a margin case study. N. Debese and M.F. Le Quentrec-Lalancette, SHOM, France
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EXTRAPLAC project: Using global bathymetric models in the context of an Extended Continental Shelf submission. S. Youssef and W. Roest, SHOM, France Adobe PDF version of the presentation "EXTRAPLAC project: Using global bathymetric models in the context of an Extended Continental Shelf submission" (4755 KB)
SeaDataNet, Pan-European infrastructure for ocean and marine data management and EMODNET Preparatory Actions Hydrographic Lot.
D.M.A. Shapp, MARIS, Netherlands and European EMODNET
Adobe PDF version of the presentation "SeaDataNet, Pan-European infrastructure for ocean and marine data management and EMODNET Preparatory Actions Hydrographic Lot" (1242 KB)
UNEP/GRID-Arendal's Marine Programme. Y. Beaudoin, UNEP/GRID-Arendal, Norway
Adobe PDF version of the presentation "UNEP/GRID-Arendal's Marine Programme' (5173 KB)
Setting up a unified 100m bathymetry model for the French coastal areas: methodology and innovative outcomes. N. Jeanné and O. Lemarchand, Geovariances; B. Loubrieu, J.F. Bourillet, E. Moussat, J. Populus, Ifremer, France; J.C. Le Gac and G. Morvan, SHOM, France Adobe PDF version of the presentation "Setting up a unified 100m bathymetry model for the French coastal areas: methodology and innovative outcomes" (1263 KB)
The French littoral geographic reference Litto3d and examples of use. V. Donato, C. Le Roux, J.C. LeGac and P.Y. Dupuy, SHOM, France Adobe PDF version of the presentation "The French littoral geographic reference Litto3d and examples of use" (6169 KB)
New ways to share and visualize marine geophysical data. P. Alain, IXSEA, France Adobe PDF version of the presentation "New ways to share and visualize marine geophysical data" (4705 KB)
Online services at Ifremer for marine geosciences data and product access. V. Tosello, E. Moussat, M. Treguer and G. Maudire, Ifremer, France Adobe PDF version of the presentation "Online services at Ifremer for marine geosciences data and product access" (3184 KB)
Exploring the Ocean in Google Earth. J. Austin Foulkes, Google, USA Live demonstration

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Analysis of bathymetric data sets quality: a margin case study N. Debese and M-F. Le Quentrec-Lalancette, SHOM, France
Adobe PDF version of the poster "Analysis of bathymetric data sets quality: A margin case study" (15678 KB)
Compiling a digital bathymetric model of the North Atlantic Ocean: a new resource for ocean circulation modelling analysis B. Hell and M. Jakobsson, Stockholm University, Sweden Adobe PDF version of the poster "Compiling a digital bathymetric model of the North Atlantic ocean: a new resource for ocean circulation modelling analysis" (9274 KB)
Error analysis of the altimetric bathymetric model K.M. Marks and W.H.F. Smith, NOAA Lab. for Satellite Altimetry, USA; D.T. Sandwell, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA Adobe PDF version of the poster "Error analysis of the altimetric bathymetric model" (2549 KB)

 

Third Annual GEBCO Bathymetric Science Day

Hosted by Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department, Japan Coast Guard, Tokyo, Japan.
28th May 2008.

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GEBCO Visual Library, Proof of Concept D. Monahan and K. Schwer, R, Wigley, J. Uddin, N. Tinmouth, P. Jinadasa, K. Ito, and D. Gonçalves (GEBCO students), Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center (CCOM/JHC), University of New Hampshire, USA

GEBCO Visual Library, Proof of Concept - poster poster (932 KB)

Combining multibeam from many sources — challenges and promises David Monahan, CCOM/JHC, University of New Hampshire, USA Combining multibeam from many sources - challenges and promises (3008 KB)
Interferometrically topographic survey using the AUV Akira Asada, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan  
Multi-beam echo sounding on AUV platform helps seafloor volcanology: An application at an active hydrothermal field, Iheya-north Knoll, Okinawa Trough Hidenori Kumagai, Institute for Research on Earth Evolution (IFREE) Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan
 
Crustal Movements Detected by Seafloor Geodetic Observation Yoshihiro Matsumoto and Mariko Sato,
Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department, Japan Coast Guard, Japan
 
Results from the SCUFN Working Group on Revision of IHO-IOC Document B-6 (Terminology Section) Yasuhiko Ohara, Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department of Japan, Japan  
Subduction/collision-induced active faults on Pacific plate in the Ogasawara region and their tectonic implications: deformational features revealed by detailed bathymetry Taisei Morishita, Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department, Japan Coast Guard, Japan
 
Construction of the new soundings database and its derivation Yasutaka Katagiri, Tsuyoshi Yoshida, Mitsuhiro Oikawa, Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department, Japan Coast Guard, Japan
 
An improved bathymetric portrayal of the Arctic Ocean: Implications for ocean modeling and geological, geophysical and oceanographic analyzes Martin Jakobsson, University of Stokholm, Sweden

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Bathymetry Data Management in JAMSTEC Yasunori Hanafusa and Takaki Hatayama, Marine-Earth Data and Information Department, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan
Bathymetry Data Management in JAMSTEC (1472 KB)
Interaction of Tsunami wave propagation with coastal bathymetry and geomorphology; a case study in Sri Lanka S.U.P. Jinadasa (GEBCO student), Oceanography Division, National Aquatic Resources Research and Development Agency (NARA), Sri Lanka Interaction of tsunami wave propagation with coastal bathymetry and geomorphology (1649 KB)
World’s Greatest Depth in the Challenger Deep (Mariana Trench) Kunio Yashima, Japan Hydrographic Association, Japan world's greatest depth in the challenger deep (Mariana Trench) (348 KB)
On the visualization of geoscience data : A case study Kiyoyuki Kisimoto, Institute of Geology and Geoinformation, Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
 
Subsurface Structure of the "petit-spot" Volcanoes on the Northwestern Pacific Plate Toshiya Fujiwara, Naoto Hirano, Natsue Abe, and Kaoru Takizawa, (JAMSTEC), Japan
 
Morphological and Geophysical Study of Seamounts in the Northwestern Pacific using Underway Surveys Yuki Koike, Toshiya Fujiwara, Natsue Abe et al. (JAMSTEC), Japan
 
Detailed morphology of the Central Indian Ridge 15° 30'S-20°20'S, 20kHz multibeam mapping Kyoko Okino, Ocean Research Institute, the University of Tokyo, Japan  
Research Tools in Ocean Mapping
R. Wigley (GEBCO Student), Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center (CCOM/JHC), University of New Hampshire, USA  
An Uncertainty Model for Deep-Ocean Single and Multi-Beam Echo-soundings K. M. Marks and W. H. F. Smith, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Lab. for Satellite Altimetry, Silver Spring, USA  
Prediction of Abyssal Hill Roughness Statistics from Digital Maps of Paleo-Spreading Rate, Paleo-Ridge Orientation, and Sediment Thickness

J. A. Goff and B. Arbic, Institute for Geophysics, Jackson School for Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin, USA and W. H. F. Smith, NOAA Lab. for Satellite Altimetry, Silver Spring, USA

 

 

Second Annual GEBCO Bathymetric Science Day

Hosted by Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, Palisades, New York, USA.
12th September 2007

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Two Hundred Years of the US Survey of the Coast Skip Theberge, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), USA
Lamont in the History of Global Ocean Mapping John Diebold, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO), USA
A hovercraft for geophysical investigations in the inaccessible high Arctic John K Hall, Geological Survey of Israel (Retired)
An overview on the MGDS, automatic data exchange with NGDC and our experiences with web services Suzanne Carbotte, LDEO, USA
An introduction to the Global Multi-Resolution Topography synthesis - approach and lessons learned Bill Ryan, LDEO, USA
A sea bottom landslide identified at a foot of a volcano Shin Tani, Japan Secretariat for Ocean Policy, Japan
Indonesian Tsunameter Djoko Hartoyo, Indonesia Technology Center for Marine Survey, Indonesia
The IBCSO data compilation Southern Ocean GIS (SOGIS): data management and processing perspectives Norbert Ott, Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (AWI), Germany
GeoMapApp - a web service enabled tool for visualization and analysis of multi-disciplinary marine geoscience data Andrew Goodwillie, LDEO, USA
Experiences using Google Earth to serve marine geoscience data Vicki Ferrini, LDEO, USA

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Sensitivity of global tide models to large-scale bathymetry and smallscale roughness Brian Arbic, Institute for Geophysics, Jackson School for Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin, USA  
Towards an error budget for single-and multi-beam data Karen Marks and Walter H.F. Smith, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Lab. for Satellite Altimetry, Silver Spring, USA Towards an error budget for single and multi-beam data (1709 KB)
How much of the seafloor has ever been ensonified? David Monahan, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center (CCOM/JHC), University of New Hampshire, USA  
Sea bottom landslide maps Shin Tani, Japan Secretariat for Ocean Policy, Japan  
Historic charts of the US Coast Survey Skip Theberge, NOAA, USA  

 

First Annual GEBCO Bathymetric Science Day

Hosted by Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany.
15 June 2006

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Finding the Depth of the Oceans - Comments on Early Endeavours mainly in Polar Regions Reinhard A. Krause, Dipl. Phys., Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (AWI), Bremerhaven, Germany
Otto Krümmel (1854- 1912) German Pioneer of Oceanography and Contributor to the first GEBCO Edition Gerhard Kortum, IfM-GEOMAR (retired), Germany
PANGAEA – Open access library for georeferenced data Hannes Grobe, Rainer Sieger, AWI, Bremerhaven, Germany
Michael Diepenbrock, Nicolas Dittert and Uwe Schindler, MARUM, University Bremen, Germany
Application of geographical information standards and internet technologies to distributed marine data management systems : Example of the Ifremer/Sismer Data Portal. Eric Moussat, Benoît Loubrieu, Gilbert Maudire and Mikael Treguer, Ifremer, France
Exploring global bathymetry via the web William B. F. Ryan, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO), USA
Ten years as a Bathymetric Data Centre at the Bundesamt fuer Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie (BSH) – Status and Outlook Volkmar Leimer, Bundesamt fur Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie (BSH), Germany
Bathymetric-Topographic Data for Visualizations: Engaging the Public Christopher Fox and Dr. Peter W. Sloss, National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC), USA
How rapidly can we respond to an urgent need? Producing a bathymetric map of the 2004 tsunami area

David Monahan, Michelle Weiratmueller, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping (CCOM), University of New Hampshire (UNH), USA and Brian Heap, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), USA
Muhammad Bashir, Jorge Luis Heredia Bustamante, Djoko Hartoyo, Apolonio Monreal Lagonsin, Tsuyoshi Yoshida, Nippon Foundation/GEBCO-students at CCOM, UNH, USA

Integration of bathymetric data into existing digital terrain models (DTM) Ingo Kruse, Institut für Kartographie und Geoinformatik, Universität Hannover, Germany
History and Value of Multibeam Echo-Sounder Surveys around Japan — Some Scientific Outcomes and Ship-of-Opportunity Experiences Shin Tani, Government of Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Convergent Continental Margin Tectonics Revealed by Bathymetric Mapping Wilhelm Weinrebe, Leibniz-Institute of Marine Sciences IFM-GEOMAR, Germany
The Yermak Slide, Artic Ocean Daniel Winkelmann, W. Jokat, F. Niessen, R. Stein, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany
Harmonizing data of different origins as an optimal way to model ocean floor geomorphology Gleb B. Udintsev, Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry, Moscow, Russia
Hans Werner Schenke, AWI, Germany
Tsunami Inundation Grid Development Christopher Fox, Lisa A. Taylor, Barry W. Eakins, Robin W. Warnken, Kelly S. Carignan, George F. Sharman, David C. Schoolcraft, and Peter W. Sloss,
National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC), USA
Development of Tsunami Computational Portal Harry Yeh and Cherri Pancake, Oregon State University, USA
Training and Education in Hydrography Heinrich Hinze, AWI, Germany
Bathymetric mapping of the Cape Verde basin with the use of different data sources Nataliya Turko, Geological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

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North Fiji Basin, Nippon Foundation/GEBCO student project contour chart, 1:250,000, based on data provided by Ifremer S. Sharma, GEBCO student, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping (CCOM), University of New Hampshire (UNH), USA
Rottnest Island, Western Australia, preliminary habitat map, 1:12,500 S. Sharma, GEBCO student, CCOM/UNH, USA
Tonga Kermadec Arc, submersible dives on the Brothers Volcano C. de Ronde et al.
Tsunami inundation grid development, principally bathymetry and topography of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, poster Lisa Taylor et al, National Geophyiscal Data Center (NGDC), USA
GEBCO World Ocean Bathymetry, Mercator 1:30,000,000 Jakobsson et al. (GEBCO world map editorial board)
How rapidly can we respond to an urgent need? Producing a bathymetry map of the 2004 tsunami area. Bashir et al., Nippon Foundation/GEBCO students, CCOM, UNH, USA
The Mediterranean Sea as you have never seen it: results from recent systematic swath mapping, poster. Maps of the Western and Eastern Mediterranean Sea. Data on 500m grid, plotted at 1:2,000,000 scale . Jean Mascle et al., France
How well can satellite altimetry resolve seamounts? K. M. Marks and W. H. F. Smith, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), USA
Nautilus web portal: a gateway to Ifremer observation data, poster. June 2006.
Ifremer, Brest, France
Cartography of the Bay of Douarnenez (Brittany, France), poster. C. S. Le Bris, C. Augris and J-P Mazé, Ifremer, France
Bathymetry of the North-east Atlantic. Scale 1:2,400,000. S. Monti, J-C Sibuet, B. Loubrieu and J-P Mazé, Ifremer, France

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