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    EMODnet Bathymetry has adopted the CDI Data Discovery & Access service as developed and operated by SeaDataNet, the pan-European network of NODCs, to bring together and provide access to available high resolution bathymetric survey data sets from many data providers, such as National Hydrographic Institutes, Research Institutes, and Survey companies. All bathymetric survey data are described with INSPIRE compliant metadata, following the CDI metadata profile, based on ISO 19115 – 19139 standards. This way, the CDI service gives users a highly detailed insight in the availability and geographical spreading of bathymetric survey data sets that are acquired and managed by an increasing group of data providers and for which users can request access for downloading. The CDI metadata are public domain and freely available for all users. However, a major part of the survey data sets is not freely available and requires negotiation with the data owners. The SeaDataNet CDI search, shopping and tracking mechanism facilitates identifying and requesting access to these background data sets from data providers. Note that all data sets are used internally with permission of the data owners for contributing to the EMODnet Digital Terrain Model (DTM) for the European sea regions. The service URL is : https://geo-service.maris.nl/emodnet_bathymetry/wfs?service=WFS&request=GetCapabilities. The layer in the Map Viewer facilitates users to view the locations of the CDI entries and to retrieve details of individual surveys by clicking on the map. From there users are linked to the actual CDI Data Discovery and Access service (https://cdi-bathymetry.seadatanet.org/search) for performing more queries and submitting requests for data access.

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    Bathymetric data resulting from hydrographic surveys for cartographic purposes and/or port management. Surveys carried out in accordance with the IHO S-44 standard.

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    The data were acquired with Reson SeaBat 7150 and 8111 multibeam echosounder systems on board the R/V OGS Explora in order to cover the Malta Escarpment for a geological survey in the framework of EU FP7 project SCARP.

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    The data were acquired with a Simrad EM3002-D Multi Beam echosounder onboard the R/V Hercules as part of a habitat mapping survey in the framework of RICS funded project. The data were published in: Micallef, A., Le Bas, T.P., Huvenne, V.A.I., Blondel, P., Hühnerbach, V., Deidun, A., 2012. A multi-method approach for benthic habitat mapping of shallow coastal areas with high resolution multibeam data. Continental Shelf Research 39-40, 14-26.

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    High Resolution DTM of the German Elbe Approach.

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    High resolution composite DTM based on single beam, multi beam and Lidar covering the Weser and Weser approach. All data acquired in the years 2010-2017.

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    The data were acquired with a Simrad EM710 Multi Beam echosounder onboard the R/V Urania in order to cover the outer Malta Plateau and upper Malta Escarpment for a geological survey in the framework of EU FP7 project EUROFLEETS. The data were published in: Micallef, A., Georgiopoulou, A., Le Bas, T., Mountjoy, J.J., Huvenne, V., Lo Iacono, C., 2013. The Malta-Sicily Escarpment: Mass Movement dynamics in a sediment-undersupplied margin, in: Krastel, S., Berhmann, J.H., Volker, D., Stipp, M., Berndt, C., Urgeles, R., Chaytor, J.D., Huhn, K., Strasser, M., Harbitz, C.B. (Eds.), Submarine Mass Movements and Their Consequences. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, pp. 317-328.

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    The data were acquired with Reson SeaBat 7150 and 8111 multibeam echosounder systems on board the R/V OGS Explora in order to cover the Malta Escarpment for a geological survey in the framework of EU FP7 project SCARP.

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    The DTM is produced with Kongsberg multibeam echosounder survey, acquired in 2015 by Marine Research Ltd. The resolution is 1/256 arc-minutes (~7.2m). It is located south of Constanta Port, Romania, on the coastal region of the Black Sea. Depths are referenced to the Mean Sea Level and the coordinates are expressed into the WGS84 reference frame.

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    High Resolution DTM of the German Elbe Approach.