The Danish Marine Research event:

25 January 2019

DHI GRAS presenting state-of-the-art marine and coastal research

Today is the last day of the bi-annual Danish Marine Research event, covering state-of-the-art research within marine and coastal topics.

In the session ‘New Technology in Marine Research and Monitoring’ we presented our new high-resolution Danish bathymetry model providing a first ever full national cover of shallow water bathymetry in Denmark and the status of our 2-year activity on high-resolution mapping of submerged aquatic vegetation at national scale funded by the VELUX FONDEN.

It is clear that the acceptance of satellite-based information as a valuable tool for monitoring the marine and coastal zone is increasing and we look forward to further work on increasing the acceptance through continued delivery of high-quality services and data products.

Contact us at if you want to know more about how we use satellite data to monitor the coastal zone or read about the project here.

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