Final report for continued development of the SEAMAP data archive
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Environmental laws and public concern require that the U.S. Navy conduct operations and training such that impacts to marine mammals are minimized and any adverse impacts mitigated. To that end, an archive of marine mammal distribution and movements is needed. The digital geo-referenced data archive known as Spatial Ecological Analysis of Megavertebrate Animal Populations (SEAMAP) is the world's largest public archive of marine mammal, seabird, and sea turtle observations. This report documents the incorporation of 31 new datasets from inside and outside the U.S. EEZ to SEAMAP over the period June-June 2006/7. Additionally, this report describes the adaptation of new data types (e.g., marine mammal photographic identification) to the SEAMAP archive, and describes plans to adapt acoustic data (e.g, ARP, HARP) to the archive. Finally, enhancements over the period June-June 2006/7 to the interfaces for users of and data providers to SEAMAP are described.
NPS Report NumberNPS-OC-07-006
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