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Crowdsourced Bathymetry Working Group Discusses How to Increase Available Data
The IHO Crowdsourced Bathymetry Working Group (CSBWG) held its 10th meeting last week. 56 IHO Member State and stakeholder representatives gathered online to discuss how to increase crowdsourced data around the world and address data quality in the Great Barrier Reef, the Canadian Arctic coast, Japan and China as well the super yacht, commercial survey and private chart sectors.
Meeting of the IHO Tides, Water Level and Currents Working Group
The IHO Working Group tasked to monitor and develop the use of tidal, water level and current information as well as to advise on their observation, analysis and prediction, held its 5th meeting 16-18 March.
New edition of the International Hydrographic Review
The latest edition of the International Hydrographic Review has been published.
Iridium SafetyCast Implementation Status
The International Maritime Organization (IMO), the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO), and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announce the establishment of the Iridium SafetyCast Service, as a recognized mobile satellite service in the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS). Effective 11 December 2020, Iridium declared the Iridium SafetyCast Service operational for broadcasting navigational warnings, meteorological warnings and forecasts, and Search and Rescue (SAR) related information.
WENDWG Miscellaneous documents
WEND-WG Reporting Documents Worldwide ENC Database Working Group (WEND-WG)
New Chair and Vice-Chair of the IHO Council
A new Chair and Vice-Chair of the IHO Council have been appointed.
TWCWG - Tidal Data Sets Analysis
Results of Analysis of Data Sets
Using hydrography to adapt to a changing ocean
The marine environment is constantly changing, whether due to variations in the climate, extreme environmental events, or simply the natural movement of tides and currents. Up-to-date hydrographic information enables countries to measure and adapt to these changes.
International Hydrographic Review
The International Hydrographic Review (IHR) is an international journal publishing peer-reviewed papers on all aspects of hydrography and associated subjects, ranging from the latest technical developments to history. It was first published in 1923 and since then has been published regularly; all previous editions of the IHR are available in the IHR Repository. The IHR can be accessed directly using the link https://review.iho.int. The last edition of the IHR is available using this link.