Environmental geo-reference data formatting means (i.e., concrete formats and formatting systems) on technical media (magnetic tapes, diskettes, CD-ROM, and others) are actively developed for data management within the framework of scientific projects and international and bilateral exchanges of data on marine environment Data formats are usually designed to fit specific project needs, taking into consideration such factors as data volume, data diversity, host computer, telecommunication requirements, and data documentation requirements.
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- Marine Environmental Data Formatting Systems and Formats for Data Collection, Accumulation and Dissemination Including International Exchange
N. N. Mikhailov
- Springer Netherlands
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