James Carey outlines 5 reasons why better mapping could help us to understand the basics of our ocean ecosystem and help us protect it – and one reason why mapping could compromise our environment.
James Carey is Head of Operational Delivery at the UK Hydrographic Office.
At the UKHO, handling marine data is at the core of what we do. Each year we receive wide-ranging information from across the globe - so we've developed a set of principles to guide us on how we should manage our data.
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