The aim of this workshop is to get an updated overview of the national activities related to hydrographic surveying, and the potential use of data in research and marine management. Further, identification of obstacles for resource efficiency for wider application of available data, including access to the data and which type and format of related data that are requested from the different stakeholders. The workshop is funded by Chalmers Area of Advance Transport.
10:00 Introduction to hydrographic surveying and potential applications (David Dodd, Uni-versity of Gothenburg)
10:20 National nautical chart production (Ulf Olsson, Swedish Maritime Administration)
10:40 Ongoing research projects within marine geology and oceanography (Martin Jakob-sson, Stockholm University)
11:00 Marine geological mapping, research and sea floor monitoring (Johan Nyberg, Geo-logical Survey of Sweden)
11:20 Marine monitoring, sea level measurements and research (Mikael Stenström, SMHI)
11:40 Coupling between hydrographic surveying and EU directives about marine spatial planning and the Marine strategy framework directive (Angelina Olsson, Swedish Agency for Water and Marine Management)
13:00 Discussion in smaller groups
Data needs from different competent authorities?
Data needs from research?
Obstacles today to use data?
Which data are today stored, how are they stored, and are there additional data not stored today that could be of potential interest in the future?
14:15 Report back on outcome from discussions and suggestions on next steps to in-crease data availability and resource efficiency (coffee served during the discussion)
15:00 End of workshop
Please register your participation by sending an e-mail to Ida-Maja Hassellöv
(firstname.lastname@example.org), at latest on December 1st (limited number of participants).
Please indicate if you have any food preferences or allergies.
Directions to Saga building, Chalmers Lindholmen.