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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 ...
Report of International Coastal Atlas Network Workshop 5: Coastal Atlases as Engines for Coastal & Marine Spatial Planning
(Coastal & Marine Research Centre, 2012)
From August 31st to November 2nd, 2011, the International Coastal Atlas Network (ICAN) held a workshop on “Coastal Atlases as Engines for Coastal & Marine Spatial Planning”, at the UNESCO IOC/IODE headquarters in Oostende, ...
Report on Coastal Mapping and Informatics Trans-Atlantic Workshop 1: Potentials and Limitations of Coastal Web Atlases.
(Oregon State University, 2007)
Executive Summary THE IMPORTANCE OF COASTAL WEB MAPPING Governments, industry sectors, academic institutions and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) have a tremendous stake in the development and management of geospatial ...
Coastal web atlas features.
A growing number of coastal web atlases (CWAs) for different regions exist around the world. These atlases are developed to meet the needs of a particular organization or audience. Each atlas developer faces the challenge ...
The Washington Coastal Atlas and the International Coastal Atlas Network: Connecting to the ICAN Prototype.
The Washington Coastal Atlas, first established in 1995, has proven to be a valuable resource to coastal and environmental managers. The Washington Department of Ecology developed the online atlas to assist local governments ...
Report of International Coastal Atlas Network Workshop 4: Formalizing the Network, Engaging the Mediterranean.
(Oregon State University, 2010)
From November 16 to 20, 2009, the International Coastal Atlas Network (ICAN) held a workshop on “Formalizing the Network, Engaging the Mediterranean” at the Adriatico Guest House of the UNESCO International Centre for ...