Crowdsourced bathymetry on the Great Barrier Reef
December 16, 2021

Author: Beaman, R.J.

Year: 2021

Publication: Crowdsourced bathymetry on the Great Barrier Reef, Map the Gaps Symposium: A GEBCO Event on Bathymetry, 30 Nov – 03 Dec 2021. Map the Gaps, Nairobi, Kenya (Virtual meeting).

Abstract

Crowdsourced bathymetry (CSB) is the collection of depth measurements from vessels, using standard navigation instruments engaged in routine operations.

International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO) accepts CSB data into the Data Centre for Digital Bathymetry (DCDB) through a network of ‘Trusted Nodes’.

The ‘Crowdsourced bathymetry on the GBR‘ project is a Trusted Node. The talk will focus on how CSB data are collected, processed and made public.

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