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Advances in Spanish marine data availability in the framework of EMODNET data ingestion EU-project

AuthorsTel, E.; Ercilla, Gemma ; Alonso, Belén ; Valencia, Javier; Chamarro, Irene
Issue Date5-Nov-2018
PublisherCSIC - Instituto de Ciencias del Mar (ICM)
Instituto Español de Oceanografía
CitationInternational Conference on Marine Data and Information Systems (2018)
AbstractThe Spanish coast extends for 7879 km in which 58% of the Spanish population lives, almost 23 million people. In addition, Spain has more than 10e6 km2 of marine waters, more or less twice the land area of the country. These characteristics favor that an important part of its economic activity is linked to the use of the resources that the sea offers, and generate a valuable amount of marine information. However, these data are scattered in private sectors and public administrations. EMODNET Data Ingestion is an EU-funded initiative that promotes the incorporation of marine data into databases for publishing as open data and contributing to applications for society. Marine data remains stored and dispersed throughout the European Union countries, and provide a legacy of continuing usefulness and importance. Their secondary use increases the knowledge and understanding of the marine environment. Promotion of this data accessing and sharing has different responses depending on their confidentiality issues or the lack of them. [...]
DescriptionInternational Conference on Marine Data and Information Systems (IMDIS 2018), 5-7 November 2018, Barcelona, Spain.-- 1 page, figures
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