Portuguese Institute for
Sea & Atmosphere
Portuguese Institute for Oceans Sea & Atmosphere (IPMA) have chosen to purchase Qimera and Fledermaus software to use with their current workflow.
The above image is an excerpt of RAW multibeam data. A belt of bedforms in the middle shelf shaped after the gentle slope break. In this area, the bedforms are crescent shaped and generally oriented parallel to the NNE-SSW direction. The black lines represent 2D multichannel Ultra High Resolution Seismic (UHRS) data.
9th October 2017