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AusSeabed Survey Coordination Tool GitHub Repository

Australian Ocean Data Network
Geoscience Australia
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The source code for the AusSeabed Survey Coordination Tool.
Code is located at: https://github.com/ausseabed/survey-request-and-planning-tool

The AusSeabed Survey Coordination tool (ASB SCT) is a tool designed by GA and FrontierSI in collaboration with the AusSeabed Steering Committee and broader community. Its intent is to provide a location for, and consistency in specification of bathymetric data acquisition for scientific research purposes. As of March 2022, the ASB SCT supports three key functions:

1) Survey Planning: the ASB SCT allows the community to publicise their plans to survey in the Austrlian Marine Estate. The tool ingests a spatial outline of the intended location as well as the target data types and focus for the survey. The tool also collects the contact details for the chief investigator and anticipated survey dates. Once published, the survey plan is visible on the upcoming surveys spatial layer on the AusSeabed portal.

2) Hydroscheme Industry Partnership Program Requests: the ASB SCT hosts the online form for submitting survey requests to the Australian Hydrographic Office (AHO) for consideration by the HydroScheme Industry Partnership Programme.

3) Areas of Interest submission: the ASB SCT ingests submissions that describe a users seabed mapping or biodiversity characterisation data needs and location. This information is useful in identifying regions of mutual interest and boosting collaborative multi-disciplinary surveys. Understanding regions with high levels of overlapping data needs can also help inform high-value survey activities and legacy data release priorities.

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This layer supersedes the National Priority Map Layer released in 2017 by Geoscience Australia

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Purpose
Facilitate collaboration and increase the impact of national seabed data and biodiversity characterisation data acquisition.

Modified: 28 06 2022

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112.5923,-42.65835

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