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Welcome to the Davey Jones' Locker Treasure Chest of Web Links

Site Last Updated: September 16, 2020

Ocean Solutions, Earth Solutions, 2nd Edition | Digital Supplement | Video | News Story | Book Review | E-Book

Various ocean resources from the new book GIS for Science, Volume 2
Seagrass chapter resources from GIS for Science, Volume 1
Coastal resilience chapter resources from GIS for Science, Volume 1
Deoxygenation of the Ocean Affects Everyone, So Act Now
An Ocean of Story Maps Collection
Ecological Marine Units | Nature news article | Oceanography journal article | Nature: Scientific Reports journal article | Ecological Marine Units (EMU) resources from GIS for Science, Volume 1
Updated Benthic Terrain Modeler

This treasure trove of links is offered as a service in order to help seafloor mapping and marine/coastal GIS specialists, students, and interested parties from all over the world to find helpful information and data. It was originally developed by Dr. Dawn Wright and her graduate students in the Oregon State University Davey Jones' Locker research lab, and is now maintained by Dawn in her role as Esri Chief Scientist.

For questions or comments about these resource pages, please email the Captain directly.

You may venture to the legacy Davey Jones' Locker web site by going to dusk.geo.orst.edu/djl or clicking on the Main Davey Jones' Locker Site at the top right of every page. Or please feel free to sail onwards toward the Esri Oceans Resource Center.

Keywords for this site include: seafloor mapping, seabed mapping, marine GIS, ocean GIS, coastal GIS, bathymetry, sidescan, pirates, exploration, deepsea, marine sanctuary, coral reefs, ocean conservation, Pacific, islands, tropical, Samoa, Simrad, Sea Beam, OSU, Oregon State University, Esri, Johnny Depp, Errol Flynn

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Serving the marine science/coastal zone management community since 06 January 2006.