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    Authors: Linke, Peter; Haeckel, Matthias;

    Poseidon cruise 518 (leg 1 and 2) took place in the framework of the Horizon 2020 project STEMM-CCS of the EU. The project’s main goal is to develop and test strategies and technologies for the monitoring of subseafloor CO2 storage operations. In this context a small research-scale CO2 gas release experiment is planned for 2019 in the vicinity of the Goldeneye platform located in the British EEZ (central North Sea). Cruise POS518 aimed at collecting necessary oceanographic and biogeochemical baseline data for this release experiment. During Leg 1 ROV PHOCA was used to deploy MPI’s tool for high-precision measurements of O2, CO2 and pH in the bottom water at Goldeneye. In addition, ROV push cores and gravity cores were collected in the area for sediment biogeochemical analyses, and video-CTD casts were conducted to study the water column chemistry. The stereo-camera system and a horizontally looking multibeam echosounder, both, for determining gas bubble emissions at the seafloor were deployed at the Figge Maar blowout crater in the German Bight. Investigations were complemented by hydroacoustic surveys detecting gas bubble leakages at several abandoned wells in the North Sea as well as the Figge Maar. Surface water alkalinity as well as CH4, CO2, and water partial pressures in the air above the sea surface were measured continuously during the cruise. During Leg 2 three different benthic lander systems were deployed to obtain baseline data of oceanographic and biogeochemical parameters for a small research-scale CO2 gas release experiment planned for 2019. The first lander was equipped with an acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP), a CTD and an O2 optode. It was deployed for 6 days close to Goldeneye to obtain high resolution data which can be linked to the long-term measurements of the NOC-Lander. This lander is equipped with a suite of sensors to monitor temperature, conductivity, pressure, current speed and direction, hydro-acoustic, pH, pCO2, O2 and nutrients over a period of about 10 months with popup telemetry units for data transmission via IRIDIUM satellite telemetry every 3 months. Two short-term deployments of the Biogeochemical Observatory (BIGO) were conducted to study the molar ratio between oxygen and CO2-fluxes at the seafloor. Sediment cores obtained by gravity and multi corer were collected for sediment biogeochemical analyses and video-CTD casts were used to study the chemistry of the water column.

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    Authors: Adroaldo Dias Robaina; Marcia Xavier Peiter; Ana Rita Costenaro Parizi; Fátima Cibele Soares; +1 Authors

    No Estado do Rio Grande do Sul, a utilização crescente de sistemas de irrigação vem tornando cada vez mais importante a reservação de água através de barragens. Neste caso, é essencial a determinação do volume de água disponível nessas estruturas para o adequado planejamento dos sistemas irrigados e outorga para o uso da água. Atualmente, a determinação do volume é pouco frequente porque o método direto (batimetria) caracteriza-se por ser oneroso, além de exigir mão-de-obra especializada e tempo disponível. Diante do exposto, este trabalho teve por objetivo avaliar um modelo matemático para a determinação do volume de água armazenado em reservatórios de irrigação. O modelo matemático escolhido foi representado pela fórmula de Schoklisch, em que o volume de água de um reservatório é dado pelo produto da área e profundidade máxima em nível normal e o parâmetro de Schoklisch (η). Foi feita a análise do parâmetro η a partir dos dados fornecidos por 210 reservatórios com finalidade de irrigação, localizados na região da Campanha do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul. Através dos resultados, pode-se observar que o valor do coeficiente de Schoklisch (η) variou entre 0,47 e 0,53, apresentando um valor médio de 0,50 e desvio padrão de 0,05, considerando-se os municípios em conjunto. Observou-se, ainda, que todos os locais estudados enquadraram-se na classe de desempenho ótimo. Os coeficientes de determinação encontrados para as regiões de estudo foram superiores a 0,99. A relação entre o volume estimado e o volume observado em reservatórios demonstra o alto grau de correlação entre os valores testados e permite a recomendação do uso do modelo de Schoklisch para a determinação do volume de água armazenado em reservatórios de irrigação nas localidades em estudo.In the Rio Grande do Sul state, the irrigation systems for growing use contributes to make the water reserves through barrages more important. In this case, it is essential to determine the volume of water available in these structures for the appropriate projection of the irrigated systems and concessions for water usage.Currently, the determination of the volume is not much frequent because the direct method (bathymetry) is characterizes as onerous and besides demands specialized workforce and available time. Thus, this research had the objective to evaluate a mathematical model to determine the volume of water stored in irrigation reservoirs The mathematical model chose was represented by Schoklisch formula, where the volume of water of a reservoir is given by the product of the area and the maximum depth in normal level and the Schoklisch parameter (η). The analysis of the parameter η was based on the data provided by 210 reservoirs destined to irrigation, located in the Campanha of Rio Grande do Sul state. Through the results it is possible to notice that the Schoklisch (η) coefficient value varied between 0.47 and 0.53, presenting a average value of 0.50 and standard deviation of 0.05 considering the localities altogether. It was also observed, that all localities studied fitted in the class of optimum performance. The coefficients of determination found for the studied regions were superior to 0.99. The relation between the expected volume and the observed volume in reservoirs demonstrates the high degree of correlation between the tested values and allows the recommendation of the Schoklisch model for the determination of the volume of water stored in irrigation reservoirs in the localities studied.

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    Authors: Carlson, Daniel;

    This dataset consists of a digital elevation model (DEM), orthomosaics, and 3D models of a grounded iceberg off the northern coast of Qeqertarsuaq Island in Northwest Greenland (71.669N, 53.433W) on 26 July 2017. 127 images low-altitude aerial images acquired from an unoccupied aerial vehicle (DJI Phantom 3 Standard) were processed using Agisoft PhotoScan Pro (v1.4; Linux Ubuntu). The iceberg aerial survey was conducted as part of the Mission Arctic sailing expedition to Western Greenland in 2017 (http://www.missionarctic.com/). During the image alignment step in PhotoScan, the ‘High’ accuracy setting and key point and tie point limits of 60000 and 0 were used. Generic and reference preselection were also used. Gradual selection was used to remove tie points that exceeded thresholds for the projection accuracy, reconstruction uncertainty, and reprojection error and the lens parameters were computed. The dense point cloud was then computed using the ‘High’ setting, followed by the DEM, orthomosaic, and textured mesh. The resolution of the orthomosaic is 7.67 mm/pixel. The mesh model was exported in .obj and .pdf formats. A complete file list is provided in the README file that accompanies this dataset. Ref: Carlson et al. The Mission Arctic citizen science sailing expedition to western Greenland and Baffin Bay. Manuscript in preparation for Frontiers in Climate.

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    Authors: Sciacca, Eva; Kakaletris, George; Ntouskos, Makis;

    This report summarizes NEANIAS activities and actions towards comprehensive Data Management which is aligned to EC guidelines and FAIR Data principles [1]. In particular, D1.5 describes NEANIAS data management plan and discusses the data management lifecycle to answer questions regarding both Ethical and Research data management. NEANIAS cloud services will be able to support the data life cycle management of relatively large and heterogeneous datasets, will be based on best practices in coherence with the developments of the current and next generation EOSC frameworks. NEANIAS will secure openness and accessibility of the science results, data publishing in a useful manner and FAIR principles that are considered as baseline. By making NEANIAS data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable new ways of interdisciplinary collaborations will be enabled and complex and global challenges could be addressed through EOSC. Deliverable 1.5 besides addressing which data, data types and data sources will be considered in the context of NEANIAS (Section 2) answers questions regarding the overall Research Data Management plan (Section 3), including: - how can data be employed and exploited by NEANIAS services - how long will datasets and products be kept - which methodology and standards will be applied - whether data will be shared/ made open access - how data will be curated and preserved (including after the end of the project). Further questions related to ethical data management are addressed in Section 4 includes: - the employed privacy policies - use and process of (end-) user data for research purposes - ethical vs. compliance aspects of privacy - any ethical implications of algorithms used - lawful bases for data processing

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    Authors: Anderson, Leif G.; Björk, Göran; Holby, Ola; Jutterström, Sara; +9 Authors

    Extensive biogeochemical transformation of organic matter takes place in the shallow continental shelf seas of Siberia. This, in combination with brine production from sea-ice formation, results in cold bottom waters with relatively high salinity and nutrient concentrations, as well as low oxygen and pH levels. Data from the SWERUS-C3 expedition with icebreaker Oden, from July to September 2014, show the distribution of such nutrient-rich, cold bottom waters along the continental margin from about 140 to 180 degrees E. The water with maximum nutrient concentration, classically named the upper halocline, is absent over the Lomonosov Ridge at 140 degrees E, while it appears in the Makarov Basin at 150 degrees E and intensifies further eastwards. At the intercept between the Mendeleev Ridge and the East Siberian continental shelf slope, the nutrient maximum is still intense, but distributed across a larger depth interval. The nutrient-rich water is found here at salinities of up to similar to 34.5, i.e. in the water classically named lower halocline. East of 170 degrees E transient tracers show significantly less ventilated waters below about 150 m water depth. This likely results from a local isolation of waters over the Chukchi Abyssal Plain as the boundary current from the west is steered away from this area by the bathymetry of the Mendeleev Ridge. The water with salinities of similar to 34.5 has high nutrients and low oxygen concentrations as well as low pH, typically indicating decay of organic matter. A deficit in nitrate relative to phosphate suggests that this process partly occurs under hypoxia. We conclude that the high nutrient water with salinity similar to 34.5 are formed on the shelf slope in the Mendeleev Ridge region from interior basin water that is trapped for enough time to attain its signature through interaction with the sediment.

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    Authors: Deleersnijder, E.; Beckers, J.-M.;

    The sigma -transformation is a widely used coordinate change that maps the actual depth-varying sea onto a computational domain, the depth of which is constant. The advantages of this technique are numerous. It permits an efficient use of computer resources, a simple treatment of the surface and bottom boundary conditions, and an accurate representation of the bathymetry. However, if the range of the depth is too large, or when the depth varies too rapidly, as in the shelf break region, it may be shown that the sigma-transformation leads to severe numerical errors. In the application of GHER's three-dimensional model to the Western Mediterranean, the occurrence of those numerical errors is avoided by the introduction of a two-fold sigma-coordinate system in the deep sea.

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    Authors: Sheehan, Kevin; INFOMAR Survey Team;

    Geological Survey Ireland (GSI) and Marine Institute (MI) conducted seabed mapping between 2003 and 2005 under the auspices of the Irish National Seabed Survey (INSS) and this continued from 2006 to present day under the INtegrated mapping FOr the sustainable development of Irelands MArine Resource (INFOMAR) programme. INSS was one of the largest marine mapping programmes ever undertaken globally, with a focus on deep water mapping. INFOMAR is a joint venture between the GSI and the MI and is funded by the Irish Government through the Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications (DECC). INFOMAR Phase 1, 2006 to 2015 focused on mapping 26 priority bays and 3 priority areas around Ireland and creating a range of integrated mapping products of the physical, chemical and biological features of the seabed in those areas. INFOMAR Phase 2, 2016 to 2026 intends to map the remainder of Ireland’s entire seabed. As of 2018 the remaining survey area has been split at the 30 nautical mile limit (Nm). The inshore survey fleet, managed by GSI is responsible for mapping inshore of the 30Nm limit and the MI vessels are responsible for mapping the offshore. Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications

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    Authors: Drap, Pierre; Long, Luc; Durand, Anne; Grussenmeyer, Pierre;

    The interdisciplinary work we present here is aimed principally at administering diverse types of information collected during an archaeological excavation using a single data management system. The approach is global, from the consultation of three- dimensional data to simple textual data to the addition of data captured by a digital photogrammetry system called l'Arpenteur [Surveyor], which is fully integrated to the data management system. We are using an object formalisation of the manipulated archaeological data using JAVA 1.3, the language chosen for all developments, from the digital photogrammetry tool to the three-dimensional model generator (VRML or JAVA 3D) used as a navigation interface in the database. Following a brief introduction to the archaeological context, and the special aspects of the excavation due to the great depth of the shipwreck, we will then present the existing system and explain the problems encountered. Not all of them have yet been resolved, such as the translation of objects to and from the relational DBMS, the revision of data coming from different sources, and the automatic generation of three-dimensional models as a navigation interface.

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    Authors: Micallef, A; Krastel, S; Savini, A;

    We conclude this book by considering three challenges and opportunities that are shared by all fields of submarine geomorphological research: (i) big data at multiple spatio-temporal scales, (ii) direct observation, and (iii) interaction with subaerial geomorphologists.

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    Authors: Marson, I.; Stoka, M.; Velicogna, I.; Coren , F.; +1 Authors

    In the framework of several international research projects performed in Ross Sea (Antarctica) in the last years marine gravity data, high resolution reflection seismic line sand deep seismic sounding profiles have been acquired. The gravity data set has been used to compute maps of Bouguer anomaly, isostatic anomaly, isostatic correction and local geoid undulations. Forward modelling of seismic and gravity data has been also used to compute the depths of the Crust-Mantle discontinuity.

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    Authors: Linke, Peter; Haeckel, Matthias;

    Poseidon cruise 518 (leg 1 and 2) took place in the framework of the Horizon 2020 project STEMM-CCS of the EU. The project’s main goal is to develop and test strategies and technologies for the monitoring of subseafloor CO2 storage operations. In this context a small research-scale CO2 gas release experiment is planned for 2019 in the vicinity of the Goldeneye platform located in the British EEZ (central North Sea). Cruise POS518 aimed at collecting necessary oceanographic and biogeochemical baseline data for this release experiment. During Leg 1 ROV PHOCA was used to deploy MPI’s tool for high-precision measurements of O2, CO2 and pH in the bottom water at Goldeneye. In addition, ROV push cores and gravity cores were collected in the area for sediment biogeochemical analyses, and video-CTD casts were conducted to study the water column chemistry. The stereo-camera system and a horizontally looking multibeam echosounder, both, for determining gas bubble emissions at the seafloor were deployed at the Figge Maar blowout crater in the German Bight. Investigations were complemented by hydroacoustic surveys detecting gas bubble leakages at several abandoned wells in the North Sea as well as the Figge Maar. Surface water alkalinity as well as CH4, CO2, and water partial pressures in the air above the sea surface were measured continuously during the cruise. During Leg 2 three different benthic lander systems were deployed to obtain baseline data of oceanographic and biogeochemical parameters for a small research-scale CO2 gas release experiment planned for 2019. The first lander was equipped with an acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP), a CTD and an O2 optode. It was deployed for 6 days close to Goldeneye to obtain high resolution data which can be linked to the long-term measurements of the NOC-Lander. This lander is equipped with a suite of sensors to monitor temperature, conductivity, pressure, current speed and direction, hydro-acoustic, pH, pCO2, O2 and nutrients over a period of about 10 months with popup telemetry units for data transmission via IRIDIUM satellite telemetry every 3 months. Two short-term deployments of the Biogeochemical Observatory (BIGO) were conducted to study the molar ratio between oxygen and CO2-fluxes at the seafloor. Sediment cores obtained by gravity and multi corer were collected for sediment biogeochemical analyses and video-CTD casts were used to study the chemistry of the water column.

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    Authors: Adroaldo Dias Robaina; Marcia Xavier Peiter; Ana Rita Costenaro Parizi; Fátima Cibele Soares; +1 Authors

    No Estado do Rio Grande do Sul, a utilização crescente de sistemas de irrigação vem tornando cada vez mais importante a reservação de água através de barragens. Neste caso, é essencial a determinação do volume de água disponível nessas estruturas para o adequado planejamento dos sistemas irrigados e outorga para o uso da água. Atualmente, a determinação do volume é pouco frequente porque o método direto (batimetria) caracteriza-se por ser oneroso, além de exigir mão-de-obra especializada e tempo disponível. Diante do exposto, este trabalho teve por objetivo avaliar um modelo matemático para a determinação do volume de água armazenado em reservatórios de irrigação. O modelo matemático escolhido foi representado pela fórmula de Schoklisch, em que o volume de água de um reservatório é dado pelo produto da área e profundidade máxima em nível normal e o parâmetro de Schoklisch (η). Foi feita a análise do parâmetro η a partir dos dados fornecidos por 210 reservatórios com finalidade de irrigação, localizados na região da Campanha do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul. Através dos resultados, pode-se observar que o valor do coeficiente de Schoklisch (η) variou entre 0,47 e 0,53, apresentando um valor médio de 0,50 e desvio padrão de 0,05, considerando-se os municípios em conjunto. Observou-se, ainda, que todos os locais estudados enquadraram-se na classe de desempenho ótimo. Os coeficientes de determinação encontrados para as regiões de estudo foram superiores a 0,99. A relação entre o volume estimado e o volume observado em reservatórios demonstra o alto grau de correlação entre os valores testados e permite a recomendação do uso do modelo de Schoklisch para a determinação do volume de água armazenado em reservatórios de irrigação nas localidades em estudo.In the Rio Grande do Sul state, the irrigation systems for growing use contributes to make the water reserves through barrages more important. In this case, it is essential to determine the volume of water available in these structures for the appropriate projection of the irrigated systems and concessions for water usage.Currently, the determination of the volume is not much frequent because the direct method (bathymetry) is characterizes as onerous and besides demands specialized workforce and available time. Thus, this research had the objective to evaluate a mathematical model to determine the volume of water stored in irrigation reservoirs The mathematical model chose was represented by Schoklisch formula, where the volume of water of a reservoir is given by the product of the area and the maximum depth in normal level and the Schoklisch parameter (η). The analysis of the parameter η was based on the data provided by 210 reservoirs destined to irrigation, located in the Campanha of Rio Grande do Sul state. Through the results it is possible to notice that the Schoklisch (η) coefficient value varied between 0.47 and 0.53, presenting a average value of 0.50 and standard deviation of 0.05 considering the localities altogether. It was also observed, that all localities studied fitted in the class of optimum performance. The coefficients of determination found for the studied regions were superior to 0.99. The relation between the expected volume and the observed volume in reservoirs demonstrates the high degree of correlation between the tested values and allows the recommendation of the Schoklisch model for the determination of the volume of water stored in irrigation reservoirs in the localities studied.

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    Authors: Carlson, Daniel;

    This dataset consists of a digital elevation model (DEM), orthomosaics, and 3D models of a grounded iceberg off the northern coast of Qeqertarsuaq Island in Northwest Greenland (71.669N, 53.433W) on 26 July 2017. 127 images low-altitude aerial images acquired from an unoccupied aerial vehicle (DJI Phantom 3 Standard) were processed using Agisoft PhotoScan Pro (v1.4; Linux Ubuntu). The iceberg aerial survey was conducted as part of the Mission Arctic sailing expedition to Western Greenland in 2017 (http://www.missionarctic.com/). During the image alignment step in PhotoScan, the ‘High’ accuracy setting and key point and tie point limits of 60000 and 0 were used. Generic and reference preselection were also used. Gradual selection was used to remove tie points that exceeded thresholds for the projection accuracy, reconstruction uncertainty, and reprojection error and the lens parameters were computed. The dense point cloud was then computed using the ‘High’ setting, followed by the DEM, orthomosaic, and textured mesh. The resolution of the orthomosaic is 7.67 mm/pixel. The mesh model was exported in .obj and .pdf formats. A complete file list is provided in the README file that accompanies this dataset. Ref: Carlson et al. The Mission Arctic citizen science sailing expedition to western Greenland and Baffin Bay. Manuscript in preparation for Frontiers in Climate.

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    Authors: Sciacca, Eva; Kakaletris, George; Ntouskos, Makis;

    This report summarizes NEANIAS activities and actions towards comprehensive Data Management which is aligned to EC guidelines and FAIR Data principles [1]. In particular, D1.5 describes NEANIAS data management plan and discusses the data management lifecycle to answer questions regarding both Ethical and Research data management. NEANIAS cloud services will be able to support the data life cycle management of relatively large and heterogeneous datasets, will be based on best practices in coherence with the developments of the current and next generation EOSC frameworks. NEANIAS will secure openness and accessibility of the science results, data publishing in a useful manner and FAIR principles that are considered as baseline. By making NEANIAS data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable new ways of interdisciplinary collaborations will be enabled and complex and global challenges could be addressed through EOSC. Deliverable 1.5 besides addressing which data, data types and data sources will be considered in the context of NEANIAS (Section 2) answers questions regarding the overall Research Data Management plan (Section 3), including: - how can data be employed and exploited by NEANIAS services - how long will datasets and products be kept - which methodology and standards will be applied - whether data will be shared/ made open access - how data will be curated and preserved (including after the end of the project). Further questions related to ethical data management are addressed in Section 4 includes: - the employed privacy policies - use and process of (end-) user data for research purposes - ethical vs. compliance aspects of privacy - any ethical implications of algorithms used - lawful bases for data processing

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    Authors: Anderson, Leif G.; Björk, Göran; Holby, Ola; Jutterström, Sara; +9 Authors

    Extensive biogeochemical transformation of organic matter takes place in the shallow continental shelf seas of Siberia. This, in combination with brine production from sea-ice formation, results in cold bottom waters with relatively high salinity and nutrient concentrations, as well as low oxygen and pH levels. Data from the SWERUS-C3 expedition with icebreaker Oden, from July to September 2014, show the distribution of such nutrient-rich, cold bottom waters along the continental margin from about 140 to 180 degrees E. The water with maximum nutrient concentration, classically named the upper halocline, is absent over the Lomonosov Ridge at 140 degrees E, while it appears in the Makarov Basin at 150 degrees E and intensifies further eastwards. At the intercept between the Mendeleev Ridge and the East Siberian continental shelf slope, the nutrient maximum is still intense, but distributed across a larger depth interval. The nutrient-rich water is found here at salinities of up to similar to 34.5, i.e. in the water classically named lower halocline. East of 170 degrees E transient tracers show significantly less ventilated waters below about 150 m water depth. This likely results from a local isolation of waters over the Chukchi Abyssal Plain as the boundary current from the west is steered away from this area by the bathymetry of the Mendeleev Ridge. The water with salinities of similar to 34.5 has high nutrients and low oxygen concentrations as well as low pH, typically indicating decay of organic matter. A deficit in nitrate relative to phosphate suggests that this process partly occurs under hypoxia. We conclude that the high nutrient water with salinity similar to 34.5 are formed on the shelf slope in the Mendeleev Ridge region from interior basin water that is trapped for enough time to attain its signature through interaction with the sediment.

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    Authors: Deleersnijder, E.; Beckers, J.-M.;

    The sigma -transformation is a widely used coordinate change that maps the actual depth-varying sea onto a computational domain, the depth of which is constant. The advantages of this technique are numerous. It permits an efficient use of computer resources, a simple treatment of the surface and bottom boundary conditions, and an accurate representation of the bathymetry. However, if the range of the depth is too large, or when the depth varies too rapidly, as in the shelf break region, it may be shown that the sigma-transformation leads to severe numerical errors. In the application of GHER's three-dimensional model to the Western Mediterranean, the occurrence of those numerical errors is avoided by the introduction of a two-fold sigma-coordinate system in the deep sea.

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    Authors: Sheehan, Kevin; INFOMAR Survey Team;

    Geological Survey Ireland (GSI) and Marine Institute (MI) conducted seabed mapping between 2003 and 2005 under the auspices of the Irish National Seabed Survey (INSS) and this continued from 2006 to present day under the INtegrated mapping FOr the sustainable development of Irelands MArine Resource (INFOMAR) programme. INSS was one of the largest marine mapping programmes ever undertaken globally, with a focus on deep water mapping. INFOMAR is a joint venture between the GSI and the MI and is funded by the Irish Government through the Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications (DECC). INFOMAR Phase 1, 2006 to 2015 focused on mapping 26 priority bays and 3 priority areas around Ireland and creating a range of integrated mapping products of the physical, chemical and biological features of the seabed in those areas. INFOMAR Phase 2, 2016 to 2026 intends to map the remainder of Ireland’s entire seabed. As of 2018 the remaining survey area has been split at the 30 nautical mile limit (Nm). The inshore survey fleet, managed by GSI is responsible for mapping inshore of the 30Nm limit and the MI vessels are responsible for mapping the offshore. Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications

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    Authors: Drap, Pierre; Long, Luc; Durand, Anne; Grussenmeyer, Pierre;

    The interdisciplinary work we present here is aimed principally at administering diverse types of information collected during an archaeological excavation using a single data management system. The approach is global, from the consultation of three- dimensional data to simple textual data to the addition of data captured by a digital photogrammetry system called l'Arpenteur [Surveyor], which is fully integrated to the data management system. We are using an object formalisation of the manipulated archaeological data using JAVA 1.3, the language chosen for all developments, from the digital photogrammetry tool to the three-dimensional model generator (VRML or JAVA 3D) used as a navigation interface in the database. Following a brief introduction to the archaeological context, and the special aspects of the excavation due to the great depth of the shipwreck, we will then present the existing system and explain the problems encountered. Not all of them have yet been resolved, such as the translation of objects to and from the relational DBMS, the revision of data coming from different sources, and the automatic generation of three-dimensional models as a navigation interface.

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    Authors: Micallef, A; Krastel, S; Savini, A;