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Introducing the International Coastal Atlas Network
The recently released National Ocean Policy, including the Framework for Effective Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning (CMSP), calls for the development of regional data portals and analytical tools to support comprehensive ...
Ontology-based mediation of OGC catalogue service for the Web requests: a virtual solution for integrating coastal web atlases.
In recent years significant momentum has occurred in the development of Internet resources for decision makers and scientists interested in the coast. Chief among these has been the development of coastal web atlases ...
Interoperability between coastal web atlases using semantic mediation: a case study of the International Coastal Atlas Network (ICAN).
(American Geophysical Union, 2009)
Coastal mapping plays an important role in informing marine spatial planning, resource management, maritime safety, hazard assessment and even national sovereignty. As such, there is now a plethora of data/metadata catalogs, ...
The International Coastal Atlas Network: an Emerging Spatial Data Infrastructure Initiative.
The International Coastal Atlas Network (ICAN) is a newly-founded initiative comprised of a partnership of over 30 organizations from more than a dozen nations. It aims to be a global reference for the development of coastal ...