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1. Bathymetric Maps, Bathymetric Fishing Maps, and Topographic Bathymetric Maps [CGS_NCD_BATHM_MAPS]
Bathymetric Maps, topographic maps of the sea floor, portray the size, shape, and distribution of underwater features through the use of depth contours and bathymetric data. These maps, which are ...

2. New York/New Jersey Harbor Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System (PORTS) from NOAA/NOS Oceanographic Products and Services Division [NOAA_NOS_OPSD_PORTS_NYNJ]
The Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System (PORTS) is a program of the National Ocean Service (NOS) that supports safe and cost-efficient navigation by providing ship masters and pilots with accurate ...

3. Project San Telmo: Archaeology and History of the Antarctic II [CNDA-ESP_ANT94-1288-E]
In English: The project San Telmo started in 1993 with a short evaluation campaign in order to analyze the possibilities to use such a scientific method as archaeology in the Antarctic. In 1993-1994 ...

4. San Telmo: the archaeological investigation in the Antarctic in order to locate the wreck of the Spanish ship San Telmo, to identify it and examine the environment (archaeology) of the wreck resting site. [CNDA-ESP_ANT92-1360-E]
In English: We can point out some of the results we obtained during the project San Telmo: It was the first attempt to prepare an underwater and a land archaeological survey in the Antarctic, preliminary ...

5. Tampa Bay Oceanography Project Physical Oceanography Data and PORTS (Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System) from NOAA/Mote Marine Lab [OES_CEOB_TOP_PORTS]
The Tampa Bay Oceanography Project (TOP) is in response to mariner's observations that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA's) published current predictions often do not reflect ...

6. The project San Telmo: Archaeology and History of the Antarctic I [CNDA-ESP_ANT93-1118-E]
In English: The main tasks of this project are to discover and locate the Spanish warship San Telmo, which sank in September of 1819 bearing 644 persons aboard, as well as to find out the exact position ...

7. Wreck and Obstruction Data for the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, and North America Coastlines [CGS_NCD_WRECK_OBSTR]
The Automated Wreck and Obstruction Information System (AWOIS) is an automated file that contains information on wrecks and obstructions in areas subject to NOS hydrographic surveys. The file contains ...

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