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ATLIS. The use of SENS in the EMODNET project presentation held at the PORSEC conference last week in Keelung, Taiwan.

ATLIS. The use of SENS in the EMODNET project presentation held at the PORSEC conference last week in Keelung, Taiwan.

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  • 1. EMODnet and SENS European Marine Observation and Data Network and the use of ATLIS SENS Bathymetry and SENS Distribution Milan Uitentuis [email_address]
  • 2. Agenda
    • Background EMODNET
    • Objectives
    • Project partners
    • Hydrographic Lot
      • Data
      • Hydrographic Portal ( SENS Distribution)
      • Data management (SENS Bathymetry)
    • Questions
  • 3. Background of the European Marine Observation and Data Network
    • The behavior of seas and oceans is crucial to human life on this planet
      • The marine life influences the provision of food
      • Changes in coastal morphology influence erosion, flooding and maritime transport
      • Ocean circulation is a primary, if poorly-understood, influence on the terrestrial climate
    • Since the industrial revolution there is an ever growing interdependence between the human and marine domains
    • The impact of future changes in oceanic systems, their impact on human activity and the feedbacks on the ocean cannot be forecast without understanding the way the system works
  • 4. Objectives Emodnet 1 and 2
    • Define the appropriate processes, develop the best technology and estimate the costs of a final operational European Marine Observation and Data Network
    • Provide the first components of a final system
    • Assemble fragmented and inaccessible marine data into interoperable, contiguous and publicly available data streams for complete maritime basins.
    • Use open standards: W3C, OGC, INSPIRE etc.
  • 5.
    • Water depth in gridded form (500 m grid in phase 1, more detail in phase 2)
    • Water depth in vector form with isobaths at a scale of at least one to one million.
    • Coastlines
    • Underwater features
    EMODnet DG MARE Geology Chemistry Biology Broad Scale Habitats Hydrography Data
  • 6.
    • MARIS – NL (Management, DM and IT expertise)
    • IFREMER – FR (Research institute)
    • ATLIS – NL (IT expertise, DM hydrography)
    • IEO – ES (Research institute)
    • NERC-NOCS – UK (Research institute)
    • GSI – IE (HO – Ireland)
    • SHOM – FR (HO – France)
    • Data from HO’s
    EMODnet DG MARE Geology Chemistry Biology Broad Scale Habitats Hydrography Organizations
  • 7. Data - layers
  • 8. Hydrographic EMODNET Portal - components
  • 9. Hydrographic Portal – user interface
    • Userinterface EMODNET Portal:
    • www.emodnet-hydrography.eu
  • 10. Emodnet continuous model europe
  • 11.  
  • 12. Depth profile
  • 13.  
  • 14. Select any individual survey
  • 15. SENS Distribution Bathyweb standard GUI www.atlis.nl
  • 16. SENS Bathymetry, survey management
  • 17. EMODnet ? ? May 2009 May 2010 May 2011 November 2010