|Auteur||Jakobsson, M; Mayer, L; Coakley, B; Dowdeswell, J A; Forbes, S; Bridman, B; Hodnesdal, H; Noormets, R; Pedersen, R; Rebesco, M; Schenke, H W; Zarayskaya, Y; Accettella, D; Armstong, A; Anderson, R M;
Bienhoff, P; Camerlenghi, A; Church, I; Edwards, M; Gardner, J V; Hall, J K; Hell, B; Hestvik, O; Kristoffersen, Y; Marcussen, C; Mohammad, R; Mosher, D; Nghiem, S V; Pedrosa, M T; Travaglini, P G; Weatherall, P|
|Résumé||(disponible en anglais seulement)|
The International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO) released its first gridded bathymetric compilation in 1999. The IBCAO bathymetric portrayals
have since supported a wide range of Arctic science activities, for example, by providing constraint for ocean circulation models and the means to define and formulate hypotheses about the geologic origin of Arctic undersea features. IBCAO Version
3.0 represents the largest improvement since 1999 taking advantage of new data sets collected by the circum-Arctic nations, opportunistic data collected from fishing vessels, data acquired from US Navy submarines and from research ships of various
nations. Built using an improved gridding algorithm, this new grid is on a 500 meter spacing, revealing much greater details of the Arctic seafloor than IBCAO Version 1.0 (2.5 km) and Version 2.0 (2.0 km). The area covered by multibeam surveys has
increased from ~6% in Version 2.0 to ~11% in Version 3.0.