GEBCO

AcronymDefinition
GEBCOGeneral Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans
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Application forms for name proposals are available on the official website of the GEBCO. The forms note that they would only be forwarded to the IHO-ICO if "the undersea feature is located inside the external limit of the territorial sea" and "if at least 50 percent of the undersea feature is located outside the external limits of the territorial sea.
An image of the ocean floor is seen in this graphic received via Henry Gilliver of the Nippon Foundation - GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project (Copyright Fugro), in London, Britain May 22, 2018.
(This mapping project would eventually become GEBCO.) Nicknamed the "Prince of the Seas," Albert was fascinated by the then relatively new science of oceanography, and commissioned four research yachts to survey the Mediterranean.
In partnership with Japanese humanitarian organisation The Nippon Foundation, GEBCO hopes to have mapped the entirety of the ocean floor - in unprecedented high-resolution detail - by 2030.
Navy, NGA, GEBCO (c)2014 Mapcity Image Landsat, (c)2014 Inav/Geosistemas SRL) and we calculated the invaded area using the minimum convex polygons, a standard method for estimating species' ranges (Burgman and Fox, 2003).
Marks, both of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Laboratory for Satellite Altimetry, created the seafloor topography map, and are currently a significant part of GEBCO (General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans).
He lived in the principality for that period and during his tenure oversaw the publication of the fifth edition of the GEBCO charts (1982) in time for its use by UNCLOS (United Nations Commission on the Law of the Sea) as well as the establishment of the worldwide system of radio navigational and weather warnings that divided the world into 16 NAVAREAs.
(51.) International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean, "Selective Comparisons of GEBCO (1979) and IBCAO (2000) Maps," http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/mgg/bathymetry/ arctic/ibcao_gebco_comp.html (accessed 2 November 2009).