Details of Poti Coastal Dynamics (Sea port channel, rv. Rioni mouth south)


Dataset identification

Title of datasetPoti Coastal Dynamics (Sea port channel, rv. Rioni mouth south)
Narrative summary of datasetThe main objective of long-term observations conducted in the coastal zone of City of Poti (Black Sea, Georgia) was to reveal trends of sedimentation and erosion processes occurred in the area of south branch mouth of Rv.Rioni to assess the dynamics of coastal line. Monitoring of the coastal line was initiated to prevent the possible damages to the infrastructure of urban agglomeration.
Summary of processing methodologyBoth echo sounder and topographic measurements were used to collect the data,
Project/programmeMonitoring of the coastal zone and submarine slope of the adjacent territory of in sea port Poti Ltd.
Start date2007-06-01
End date2007-06-20

Responsible organisations

Organisation nameScientific, Research Firm "GAMMA"
Role of organisationOriginator of Dataset

Dataset availability

Original dataset download link
Date of original dataset publication2017-11-07
Dataset formatImage
Public accessNo limitations
License for useODC-ODbL


Latitude north boundary42.192886073161
Longitude east boundary41.660599071392
Latitude south boundary42.152683830646
Longitude west boundary41.616310436138
Coordinate reference systemWorld Geodetic System 84
Sea areaBlack Sea
Vertical extent minimum2 Metres
Vertical extent maximum25 Metres
Vertical extent unit5 Metres

Data types, collection and processing

Observation typeSedimentation and erosion processes
ParameterBathymetry and Elevation
Instrument typesingle-beam echosounders

Process information

Submitting organisationScientific, Research Firm "GAMMA"
Submission identifier (UUID)1767287a-4065-4a80-a56a-2b566878d373
Date of dataset creation2007-06-01
Date of metadata creation2017-09-08
Date of metadata latest revision2017-09-16
Date of publishing2017-11-01
Processing data centreIv.Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Centre of Relations with UNESCO Oceanological Research Centre and GeoDNA (UNESCO)
Summary record-ID17