Science Day 2011 — call for papers

The 6th GEBCO Science Day will be hosted by the University of California Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the Scripps Seaside Forum on 4th October 2011.

GEBCO Science Day is held every year as part of GEBCO's meetings.

We announce a call for papers on any topics related to ocean mapping and its applications for inclusion as part of this year's Science Day.

Find out more and how to contribute a presentation. Adobe PDF version of the GEBCO Science Day Call for Papers (2011) (190 KB) Microsoft Word version of the GEBCO Science Day Call for Papers (2011) (208 KB)

Contributed papers on any topics related to ocean mapping and its applications are welcome. Focus areas include, but are not limited to

  • merging topography, bathymetry, and shoreline data in the coastal zone
  • compilation and fusion of heterogeneous data, gridding, modeling uncertainty
  • use of Google Ocean in research, education, and outreach
  • data management and exchange, standards, protocols, schema, services
  • applications and application-driven mapping
  • history and reviews of bathymetric science

Please come, share your knowledge, and join an international and cross-disciplinary team engaged in exciting and fundamental work. All contributions will be published through GEBCO's web site.



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