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The International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO) S-121 Project Team held a meeting on the 5th to 9th December 2016 in the offices of the UN Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea (UN DOALOS). From the meeting, a project report was designed to describe the impact of S-121 development on [S-100].

IHO Project Report

Minutes of the IHO meeting are documented on the IHO web page. Meeting minutes

Terms of Reference

Objectives

The objective of the S121 project team is to develop IHO S-121 Maritime Limits and Boundaries Product Specification (Terms of Reference Document). The product specification should take into account the following:

  • Defining a proposed data model;
  • Create an S-100 conformant product specification for Maritime Limits and Boundaries to support coastal States’ depository obligations in accordance with the Convention;
  • Determine if S-100 needs to be extended to facilitate the implementation of the deposit obligation of coastal States’ under the Convention.

Authority

  • This Project Team (S121PT) is a subsidiary of the S-100 Working Group (S-100 WG). Its work will be guided by the 2016-18 Work Plan established by the S-100 WG and subject to its approval.
  • A new Terms of Reference Document was adopted by the S121PT after the its first meeting held in the United Nation Headquarters, NY, in December 2016.

Composition and Chair

  • The Project Team (S121PT) shall comprise representatives of IHO Member States (MS), Expert Contributors (EC) and observers from accredited NGIOs. The IHO Secretariat may also be represented. A membership list shall be maintained and posted on the IHO website.
  • EC membership is open to entities and organizations that can provide relevant and constructive contribution to the work of the S121PT. ECs shall seek approval of their membership from the Chair of the S121PT.
  • EC membership may be withdrawn, in the event that a majority of S121PT members agree that an EC’s continued participation is either irrelevant or not constructive to the work of the S121PT.
  • The Chair of the S121PT is designated by the parent body.
  • If a Secretary is required, he/she should normally be drawn from a member of the S121PT.

Procedures

  • The S-121PT should work primarily by written correspondence and teleconferences.
  • Decisions should be made by consensus. Dissenting opinions, if any, should be reflected in the S-121PT report.
  • The S-121PT should liaise with other IHO bodies, international organizations, end users and industry to ensure the relevance and currency of its work.
  • The S-121PT should report in accordance with its Work Plan.

Editorial Team

Name Member State Organisation Email Address Editorial Group
Mark Alcock (Chair) Australia Geoscience Australia caption Yes
Sebastien Durand (Vice-Chair/Secretariat) Canada Natural Resources Canada caption Yes
Douglas O'Brien Canada IDON Technologies, Inc. caption Yes
Jonathan Pritchard IIC Technologies caption Yes
Jonah Sullivan Australia Geoscience Australia caption Yes
Qing Zhong Australia Geoscience Australia caption Yes
Steven Ackerly Australia Geoscience Australia caption Yes
Rob Morrison Canada Canadian Hydrographic Service caption Yes
Chris Hemmingway Canada Canadian Hydrographic Service caption Yes
Paul Egesborg Canada Natural Resources Canada caption Yes
Serge Levesque Canada Canadian Hydrographic Service caption Yes
Jean-François Beaupré Canada Natural Resources Canada caption Yes
Claude Guay Canada Canadian Hydrographic Service caption Yes
Michael Sutherland Trinidad and Tobago University of the West Indies Michael sutherland.png Yes

Members and Contacts

Name Member State Organisation Email Address
Fiona Bloor United Kingdom United Kingdom Hydrographic Office caption
Eunmi Chang Korea University of Seoul caption
Iji Kim Korea Hydrographic Survey Division - Korea caption
Thijs Ligteringen Netherlands Royal Netherlands Navy caption
Jimmy Nerantzis United States of America National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency caption
Sungsan Park Korea Hydrographic Survey Division - Korea caption
Julien Smeeckaert France Service hydrographique et océanographique de la Marine caption
Leland Snyder United States of America National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration caption
Meredith Westington United States of America National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration caption
John Brown ABLOS Advisory Board Law of the Sea caption
Emily Wati Cikamatana UN-DOALOS Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of Sea caption
Antony Pharaoh IHB International Hydrographic Brueau caption
Jason Ray UN-DOALOS Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of Sea caption
Robert Sandev UN-DOALOS Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of Sea caption
Shawn Stanley UN-DOALOS Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of Sea caption
Snježana ŽARIĆ UN-DOALOS Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of Sea caption
Kevin Ingram United States of America ESRI caption
Sergey Egornov Russian Federation DNO caption
Robert Greer United States of America Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command - USA caption
Karolyn Hondeghem Belgium caption
Lars Jakobsson Sweden caption
Junghyun Kim Korea Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Agency caption
Nikolaj Moller Denmark caption
Sewoong OH Korea Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering caption
Julia Powell United States of America National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration caption
Carsten Riise-Jensen Denmark caption
Shingo Samejima Japan caption
Dominique Laurent Inspire Département normalisation caption
Hugh Astle CARIS caption
Roger Brackin Envitia caption
Jeanne Foust United States of America ESRI caption
Ivanov Konstantin Transas caption
Clark Lawlor Canada ESRI caption
Friedhelm Moggert SevenCs caption
Hannu Peiponen Furuno caption
Rafael Ponce United States of America ESRI caption
Marisa Ramey Canada Canadian Hydrographic Service caption
Michael Clarke Australia caption
Jianhui Zhang China National Marine Data and Information Service caption
Luigi Santosuosso UN-DOALOS Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea caption
Scott Greg UN-GGIM Global Geospatial Information Management caption
Li Peng China National Marine Data and Information Service (NMDIS) caption
Tom De Puyt United States of America ESRI caption

S-121 Editorial group

The editorial group meet once or twice a week, every week or two. Dial In details.

S-121 Full group teleconference

Periodically the full group meet via teleconference.