Seabed 2030 is a collaborative project between the Nippon Foundation and GEBCO. It aims to bring together all available bathymetric data to produce the definitive map of the world ocean floor by 2030 and make it available to all.
The project has four Regional Centers and a Global Center. The Regional Centers are responsible for championing mapping activities; assembling and compiling bathymetric information and collaborating with existing mapping initiatives within their regions.
The North Pacific and Arctic Ocean regional center has two bases, at the Department of Geological Sciences, Stockholm University, Sweden and the Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping at the University of New Hampshire, USA. The Southern Ocean regional center is hosted at the Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany. These two regional centers will also continue to support the work that has been carried out by the IBCAO and IBCSO projects.
First Seabed 2030 - Arctic, Antarctic & North Pacific Mapping Meeting was held in Stockholm, 8 - 10 October 2018.
* indicates the presenting author.
|Meeting introduction: The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project||Jakobsson, M.; Stockholm University, Sweden||(3 MB)|
|IBCSO V2 - Progress||Arndt, J. E.; Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany||(3 MB)|
|Arctic Ocean Status||Jakobsson, M.; Stockholm University, Sweden||(3 MB)|
|From BATDRAKE to Central Scotia Sea||Bohoyo, F.*, Larter, R.D., Galindo-Zaldívar, J., Leat, P.T., Maldonado, A., Tate, A.J., Gowland, E.J.M., Arndt, J.E., Dorschel, B., Kim, Y.D., Hong J.K., Flexas M.; López-Martínez, J., Maestro, A., Bermudez, O., Nitsche, F.O., Livermore, R. A. and Riley, T. R.||(2.6 MB)|
|Seabed2030: South and West Pacific Centre||Black, J.; GNS Science, New Zealand||(3 MB)|
|New data from ECS Surveys and transits for the Arctic Ocean and North Pacific||Coakley, B.* (1) ; Beale, J. (2), Gabbert, R. (2); Youngman, M. (3); (1) University of Alaska - Fairbanks, USA; (2) U.S. National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, St. Louis, USA; (3) U.S National Geodetic Survey, Washington, D.C. (USA)||(11 MB)|
|Arctic and Antarctic bathymetric data held at AWI||Dorschel, B.; Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany||(1 MB)|
|New bathymetric data in the Arctic region||Hodnesdal, H.* and Kuipers, B.; Norwegian Mapping Authority Hydrographic Service, Norway||(1.3 MB)|
|Antarctic and Arctic Seabed Mapping Efforts in Spain||Canals, M.; University of Barcelona, Spain||(14 MB)|
|Mapping Cloud – Visualize, analyze and share multibeam data in real-time||Pedersen, T. H.; Kongsberg Maritime Subsea, Norway||(13 MB)|
|Recently acquired and forthcoming data, OGS, Italy||Rebesco, M.; Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS), Italy||(1.2 MB)|
|REV Ocean Project and Seabed Mapping||Rogers, A. D.; Rev Ocean||(3.5 MB)|
|CHS – Ocean Mapping and Data Management||Travaglini, P.; Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS), Canada||(4 MB)|
|Antarctic and Arctic bathymetry data available through Global Multi Resolution Topography (GMRT)||Nitsche, F.* and Ferrini, V.; Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, USA||(2 MB)|
|Mapping the uncharted waters of Svalbard in aid for scientific research and education||Noormets, R.; Department of Arctic geology, The University Centre in Svalbard||(2 MB)|
|Nearshore Alaska Arctic bathymetry||Zimmermann, M.* and Prescott, M.; National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA, USA||(8 MB)|
|GEBCO-NF Alumni Team mapping solution for the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE competition – autonomous technology towards Seabed 2030||Zarayskaya, Y.* (1) and Wigley, R. (2); (1) Geological Institute RAS, Russia; (2) Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, University of New Hampshire, USA||(7.4 MB)|
|Contribution to Seabed 2030 from the private sector, FUGRO's commitment and coordination||Stender, M.; Fugro Germany Marine GmbH, Bremen, Germany||(8 MB)|
|High North Program, New Hydrographic Data In The Arctic||Demarte, M.*; Ivaldi, R. and Sinapi L., Istituto Idrografico Della Marina Italia, Italy||(6 MB)|
|Gridding procedures||Mohammad, R.; Stockholm University, Sweden||(8 MB)|