Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, University of New Hampshire, USA
9-10 November 2019

Seabed 2030 is a collaborative project between GEBCO and the Nippon Foundation with the aim of facilitating the complete mapping of the ocean floor by the year 2030. Regional Data Centres have been established with the task of identifying existing data from their assigned regions and compiling these into regional gridded bathymetric datasets.

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Overview of Meeting

Logistical Information


Meeting introduction: The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project

Arctic and North Pacific Regional Assembly and Coordination Center

IBCAO 4.0 Status

Southern Ocean status, Plans for IBCSO 2.0

The Global Geographic Grid System (GGGS)

NW Greenland Hydrographic Survey Past and Future: GO-MARIE Program, Phase II

The REV Ocean Science Program

Antarctic and Arctic Bathymetry Data Available Through Global Multi Resolution Topography (GMRT)

IBCSO 2.0: A collaborative effort towards improved bathymetric information)

New Data Sources for an Improved Gravity Anomaly Map of the Arctic Region Coakley, B.; Geophysical

Aleutian Islands New Bathymetry Compilation

OMG bathymetry in Greenland and OIB gravity work in Antarctica

Crowd Sourced Bathymetry in Northern Canada (CSBNC)

The IHO Data Centre for Digital Bathymetry: An Overview