Submarine Landslides Polygons (100k)

Submarine landslides, detected on the seabed, outcropping or buried, mapped by various national and regional mapping projects and recovered in the literature. Locally polygons are extended on land to include the subaerial portions and/or origin of the landslides. Polygons represent areas larger than 4 hectares. (for smaller areas, see submarine landslides points layer) Note: blank areas do not necessarily correspond to no occurrence.

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Field Value
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bbox-east-long 47.70414783033014
bbox-north-lat 70.0403069394094
bbox-south-lat 34.63122106045615
bbox-west-long -29.510182165705825
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metadata-date 2019-08-15T10:15:24
point_of_contact Andrea Fiorentino,
progress completed
resource-type dataset
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spatial {"type": "Polygon", "coordinates": [[[-29.5101821657, 34.6312210605], [47.7041478303, 34.6312210605], [47.7041478303, 70.0403069394], [-29.5101821657, 70.0403069394], [-29.5101821657, 34.6312210605]]]}
spatial-reference-system EPSG:3034
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system:type Dataset
topic_category oceans
Management Info
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Author ISPRA - Italian National Institute for Environmental Protection and Research
Maintainer iMarine Catalogue Manager
Last Updated 22 August 2019, 14:02 (CEST)
Created 23 July 2019, 10:26 (CEST)