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9th Test Strategy Meeting 7 - 10 March 2023 / Seoul, Republic of Korea Last update: 10 Mar 2023
NIPWG Product Specifications
NAUTICAL INFORMATION PROVISION Working Group (In English Only)
General Information Document No Document Title GEBCO 2019 Letter Invitation Letter GEBCO 2019 Letter - Annex A Logistics Information for the Meeting (Invitation Letter) GEBCO36_Sub-A TSCOM/SCRUM/Outreach WG - Document Template (Word version) GEBCO36_Sub-B Presentation Template (.ppt) GGC35-13 Report on the 35th GEBCO Guiding Committee Meeting GEBCO 2018 TSCOM/SCRUM/SCOPE Final Meeting Notes
Category "A" Master of Science Programme in Hydrographic Science The Republic of Korea (ROK) sponsors a Master of Science Programme in Hydrographic Science at the University of Southern Mississippi (USA), Recognized at Category "A" level by the FIG-IHO-ICA IBSC.
Miscellaneous - Links
NIPWG - Bringing Land and Sea Together (BLAST) - SNPWG Participation.
Standardization of Nautical Publications Information Working Group (SNPWG) Information Page (In English Only)
NIPWG - HGMIO
This page is kept only as a historical reference and is not maintained. HARMONIZATION GROUP ON MARINE INFORMATION OVERLAYS
20th Capacity Building Sub-Committee Meeting (CBSC20) Denpasar - Bali, Indonesia + VTC (Hybrid Meeting) 1-3 June 2022 Last Update on the List of Documents: 28 May 2022
Navigation Warnings on the Web
The following map shows the limits of the 21 Operational NAVAREAs. Clicking on a NAVAREA title will take you to the NAVAREA Coordinators' website where Navigational Warnings are listed. (Note not all NAVAREA Coordinators publish warnings on the World Wide Web, some only provide Notice to Mariners.) Click here for a full list of contact details for all NAVAREA Coordinators and; Click here for a full list of contact map with links to NAVAREA Coordinators NB The availability of Navigational Warnings on the web does not relieve Masters / Captains of the requirement to receive Navigational Warnings via IMO/IHO approved broadcast systems, as websites are not continuously updated and not necessarily monitored for correctness.