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THE NEED TO CREATE A COMMON DATABASE ON THE PROPERTIES OF SEABED STRUCTURE

JOURNAL: 2014, 2(14), p. 31-35

HEADING: The study of the Arctic Ocean

AUTHORS: Nikiforov S.S., Lobkovsky L.I., Romankevich E.E., Sorokhtin N.N., Libina N.N., Seleznev I.I., Andreev M.Y., Rubanov I.I., Popov V.V., Koshel S.S.

ORGANIZATIONS: Lomonosov Moscow State University, P. P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, JSC Concern Okeanpribor

UDC: 550.9:004.65

Keywords: Arctic stations, environmental test, integrated programs, scientific research, Northern Sea Route

Bibliographic description: Nikiforov S.S., Lobkovsky L.I., Romankevich E.E., Sorokhtin N.N., Libina N.N., Seleznev I.I., Andreev M.Y., Rubanov I.I., Popov V.V., Koshel S.S. The need to create a common database on the properties of seabed structure. Arctic: ecology and economy, 2014, no. 2(14), pp. 31-35. DOI: . (In Russian).


Abstract:

Development of space and resources of the oceans connects with the urgent need to develop new hardware and advanced technologies for the study of geological, hydro-acoustic and hydrographic properties of seabed structure including systematization and typifi cation of existing disconnected data with the possibility of further integration into digital models on the basis of geoinformation system. Database on the seabed characteristics is an essential component of the global multi-layer shell of such system. Experience of maritime activities demonstrates the need for comprehensive analysis of seabed parameters for both basic research and applied research including defense activities.


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