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Flemish Hydrography presented EMODnet at the HS Benelux meeting (June 2018)

06 July 2018

The Flemish Hydrography has implemented a Coastal and Marine Spatial Data Infrastructure for the Belgian Continental Shelf, the Ghent-Terneuzen canal and the Scheldt. The policy of the Flemish government is to promote and distribute free open data. Through its MSDI infrastructure it offers metadata & data to different geoportals such as EMODnet - Bathymetry, SDI Flanders (, SeaDataNet and INSPIRE. 

Marc Roesbeke of the Flemish Hydrography presented the exchange and cooperation with EMODnet Bathymetry at the Hydrographic Society Benelux meeting on 20 June 2018 in Antwerp - Belgium. The presentation is also available in the promotion section.