Details of Bathymetric ( IrGe_1) survey of 5 km length of Anaklia coastal area and 1 km section of rv. Enguri mouth.


Dataset identification

Title of datasetBathymetric ( IrGe_1) survey of 5 km length of Anaklia coastal area and 1 km section of rv. Enguri mouth.
Narrative summary of datasetSea floor bathymetry survey is provided by “NAPIRDATSVA” LTD, ordered by private company for definition of scientific and engineering/design conditions for Anaklia coastal zone stability and study of sea area adjacent to the Anaklia plus rv. Enguri mouth dynamics.
Summary of processing methodologyThe bathymetric survey was conducted using the topogeodesic methodology by electrotachimeter Leica TS-2 and sonar Humminbird 1997 CI. The software used: Liscad, Surfer, Autedesk. The survey were provided in UTM 37 zone coordinate system.
Start date2011-11-05
End date2011-12-05

Responsible organisations

Organisation nameNapirdatsva Ltd
Role of organisationDataset Holding Organisation

Dataset availability

Original dataset download link
Date of original dataset publication2018-12-06
Dataset formatImage
Public accessNo limitations
License for useODC-ODbL
Link to dataset after processing by data centre{792474BE-59DE-4920-80B8-6BD23985F093}{792474BE-59DE-4920-80B8-6BD23985F093}


Latitude north boundary42.40575839341
Longitude east boundary41.604845047175
Latitude south boundary42.356051688166
Longitude west boundary41.542360305964
Coordinate reference systemWorld Geodetic System 84
Sea areaBlack Sea

Data types, collection and processing

Observation typeGravity, magnetics and bathymetry
ParameterBathymetry and Elevation

Process information

Submitting organisationNapirdatsva Ltd
Submission identifier (UUID)1b9e3d7a-6feb-43fb-81b7-45405279c633
Date of dataset creation2011-11-05
Date of dataset revision2018-10-31
Date of metadata creation2018-10-30
Date of metadata latest revision2018-11-19
Date of publishing2018-12-06
Date of processed dataset publication2019-03-15
Processing data centreIv.Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Centre of Relations with UNESCO Oceanological Research Centre and GeoDNA (UNESCO)
Summary record-ID218