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Geoscience Australia Mar 21
Looking between the tides: using 30 yrs of and the rise and fall of tides, has created the National Intertidal Digital Elevation Model. is the first 3D model of intertidal zone, filling a key gap between and data.
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Scott Reinhard Aug 14
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MapScaping Aug 27
Imagine what it would look like to drain the world's oceans... The oceans cover 71% of the Earth's surface and have an average depth of 2.3 miles. Source: science on a sphere
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Aro Joseph Kayode May 6
If you are a analyst, with Geospatial skills and have experience with derived , .. Reach out to me. I'll be needing one or two soonest to work with me on a project. Kindly RT and share among your circles.
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goodwoodglobes Feb 27
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Jenny Bueno Apr 25
Took advantage of the flat, calm waters of to test out equipment for the coming field season!
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dmallace 18 Jan 19
The 4D Ocean team in Scotland sent this great video of ASV Harry in action on a lovely day yesterday.
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SBG SYSTEMS Jul 8
We put our Navigation Systems to the test in the Hamburg port area. Check out the results and navigate into the interactive seafloor maps to compare all SBG INS performance:
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UK Hydrographic Office Jun 28
Take a look at our Sandbox in action from this week’s event. Using , it projects a ‘live’ map as the sand is moved and manipulated – a fun and interactive way to explain the importance of mapping the seabed.
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Geoscience Australia Feb 6
Hidden volcanoes 🌋, canyons cutting through the continental shelf and oceanic plateaus rising more than 1000m above the seafloor are just some of the features revealed in never-before-seen detail by new datasets now available on :
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Rodolphe Devillers Jun 11
Replying to @maptheblue
NEW PAPER! Check this great paper showing how crowdsourced can help produce accurate maps over large regions. Those data can help support marine geology and ecology work. This is arguably the best seabed map produced for the Newfoundland and Labrador region!
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MapScaping Oct 12
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Sarah Faulwetter Feb 4
Discovered how to include data into interactive maps in (and how to combine different layers for different effects)!
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Scott Reinhard 12 Jan 19
3D elevation and bathymetry + 1947 topographic map of San Francisco
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GeoTenerife Marine SciCamp Jan 28
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Mardi McNeil Apr 25
Off to Hobart for training voyage on Australia's blue water research vessel 🤩We'll cross the Great Australian Bight to Fremantle, sampling cool water , , + more!
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ARGANS_Ltd Jun 24
Happy Birthday -2A! This was the first satellite launched as part of the Programme back in 2015. This amazing resource allows to create sea bed models such as this!
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Maria Judge May 15
An example of posters and presentations at showcasing data compiled, products completed and dynamic applications
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MappyMark Jul 3
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Axial 3D Seismic Expedition Jul 17
Mapping Axial's "good side". 📸🌋 The summit of Axial sits 1400m below sea level and rises >1000m from the seafloor, the open caldera is 8x3km across and up to 160m deep, and the volcano has two large N and S rift zones!
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