The front cover of this issue of Hydro International shows the transition from Landsat satellite imagery, to a satellite-derived bathymetry surface, to a bENC (Bathymetric Electronic Navigation Chart). The location is Golfo de Guanahacabibes, Cuba. From page 14 onwards you find an article that zooms in on the importance of High Density Bathymetric ENCs for the conduct of vessels in confined waters.
Further in this issue:
ECDIS and ENCs are Here. Now What? (p. 06)
Proactive Dredging in the Dutch Wadden Sea (p. 19)
30+ Years of Hydrographic Education (p.23)
Port of Rotterdam – Innovative Hydrography (p. 27)
The Shape of the Future of ECDIS (p. 32)
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