On this page you can find other publications that relate to the hydrograhic surveying performed by the Danish Geodata Agency.
Satellite Derived Bathymetry is a method of measuring shallow water depths based on satellite data. In this techical report the method is described and the results from a pilot project in on the west of Greenland are presented. In the pilot project, satellite-based bathymetry is analyzed and compared with multibeam data, and the application in relation to navigation and nautical charting is discussed.
Trusted Crowd-Sourced Bathymetri
In 2020, the Danish Geodata Agency has developed, jointly with the Canadian Hydrographic Service, the concept of Trusted Crowd-Source Bathymetry (TCSB) in a “Trusted Crowd-Sourced Bathymetry - From the Trusted Crowd to the Chart” whitepaper. The TCSB concept differs from ‘basic’ CSB for the relevant efforts dedicated to support the collectors, as well as in monitoring the quality of the collected data, by comparison with other collectors and more credible sources (i.e., survey data collected by commercial mapping companies and national agencies).