A New Digital Map of Limits of Oceans and Seas Consistent with High-Resolution Global Shorelines

@inproceedings{Fourcy2012AND,
  title={A New Digital Map of Limits of Oceans and Seas Consistent with High-Resolution Global Shorelines},
  author={Damien Fourcy and Olivier Lorvelec},
  year={2012}
}
ABSTRACT Fourcy, D. and Lorvelec, O., 2013. A new digital map of limits of oceans and seas consistent with high-resolution global shorelines. We present a vector map of the limits of oceans and seas intended to be integrated into a geographic information system (GIS). This map is based on the document S-23 titled “Limits of Oceans and Seas” and published by the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO). The third edition of this document, published in 1953, still serves as an official… 

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