Importing bathymetry, the basis of your model

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Last week we uploaded the first video in a series of videos aiming at be a step by step example of dBSea features and workflow. In the video i demonstrate one way of getting bathymetry into dBSea. In this post I'll comment a little further on the subject. Finding bathymetry data Depending on what part of the seabed you are interested in you could face very different challenges when trying to come by good bathymetry data. In Europe, as in the video, a very good place to start is the "European Marine Observation and Data Network" - EMOD. Most data from European countries are collected and put into this user-friendly database. The most recent data is not available as it takes some time for new data to be incorporated. Depending on your selections in the viewer you'll download a file that is immediately compatible with GIS software and dBSea.  You'll often end up having to find better resolution data, and this is a bit of a skill in …

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