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International catalogue of ocean data stations. Amendment No. 1, February 1976
(UNESCO, Paris, France, 1976)
IOC Strategic plan for Oceanographic Data and Information Management (2008-2011). [SUPERSEDED by http://hdl.handle.net/11329/330]
(UNESCO, Paris, France, 2007)
The IOC Data and Information Management Strategy is for all data and information collected in IOC programmes. The vision is for “A comprehensive and integrated ocean data and information system, serving the broad and ...
IODE Group of Experts on Technical Aspects of Data Exchange: Eighth Session : NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre Greenbelt, MD, United States of America 13-17 March 2000.
(UNESCO, Paris, France, 2000)
During the 8th session of the IODE Group of Experts on Technical Aspects of Data Exchange reviewed the achievements made during the previous inter-sessional period. The Group also adopted a comprehensive workplan and ...
Guide for establishing a National Oceanographic Data Centre. Second Revised edition, 2008.
(UNESCO, Paris, France, 2008)
This Document is the second revision of the IOC Manuals and Guides No.5. The first edition was published in 1975 and the first revision in 1997. This document deals mainly with oceanographic data management but, as data ...
GF3: a General formatting system for geo-referenced data. Volume 5. Reference manual for the GF3-PROC software.
(UNESCO, Paris, France, 1992)
Marine environmental data information referral catalogue (MEDI catalogue). Third edition, 1993. [OBSOLETE]
(UNESCO, Paris, France, 1993)
The Marine Environmental Data Information Referral Catalogue contains technical descriptions of marine data holdings of participating organizations in standardized form. The purpose of MEDI is to enhance the service ...
Ship-based Repeat Hydrography: a Strategy for a Sustained Global Programme. A Community White Paper developed by the Global Ocean Ship-based Repeat Hydrographic Investigations Panel for the OceanObs ’09 Conference, Venice, Italy, 21–25 September 2009.
(UNESCO, Paris, France, 2009)
Ship-based hydrography is the only method for obtaining high-quality measurements with high spatial and vertical resolution of a suite of physical, chemical, and biological parameters over the full ocean water column, and ...
IGOSS Plan and Implementation Programme, 1996-2003.
(UNESCO, Paris, France, 1996)
The Integrated Global Ocean Services System (IGOSS) is the global operational system for collection and exchange of oceanic data and the timely preparation and dissemination of oceanic products and services. ...
Manual on Sea-level Measurements and Interpretation, Volume V: Radar Gauges. [includes Supplement Practical Experiences]
(Intergovernmental Oceanographic Comission of UNESCO, Paris, France, 2016)
Volume 5 which is devoted specifically to ‘Radar Tide Gauges’. Radar range finders have been used in industry (where they measure the levels of liquids in tanks) and hydrology (for measuring river, lake and reservoir ...