BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA-- Schmidt Ocean Institute’s research vessel Falkor has collected the first public seafloor data of the New Year, as part of a global effort to map the entire ocean floor by 2030.
Following from the GEBCO week of dedicated symposium sessions and working group meetings, Seabed 2030 would like to take the opportunity to find out more about what you need from us, as well as how you can help us.
We have re-opened our 'Wind in the Sails' survey, to help us get a better understanding of your possible data availability, data collection activities and priorities.
Working with the GEBCO sub-committee for Regional Undersea Mapping (SCRUM), we are gathering input on areas that are of high priority for new data via our online app
And if you have data you'd like to contribute to Seabed 2030 and GEBCO - then step over to our Data Contributions page to let us know.
Brochures, documents and publications
Seabed 2030 Project Event: From Vision to Action
Concept paper on Seabed 2030
Access a paper detailing the background to and need for Seabed 2030.
Mayer, L.; Jakobsson, M.; Allen, G.; Dorschel, B.; Falconer, R.; Ferrini, V.; Lamarche, G.; Snaith, H.; Weatherall, P. The Nippon Foundation—GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project: The Quest to See the World’s Oceans Completely Mapped by 2030. Geosciences 2018, 8, 63.
Seabed 2030 brochure
Seabed 2030 Roadmap
June 2017,updated October 2020 - Please note that this is an updated version of the original document that includes an addendum on mapping target resolutions (section 8).