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  • It is about an automated derived coastline of the North Sea and Baltic Sea from different scale ranges of the Electronic Navigational Chart (ENC) corresponding to the relative coverage area – see nautical product catalogue. The ENCs are produced in accordance with the valid international standard S-57. It consists of generalised lines in the different ENC scale ranges Approach, Harbour and Berthing. None of these scale ranges provides a continuous coastline. The derived coastline consists of natural and man-made (e. g. piers) elements. As an alternative, there is a further coastline available. Information on this high-precision coastline is available via customer@bsh.de.

  • It is about an automated derived coastline of the North Sea and Baltic Sea from different scale ranges of the Electronic Navigational Chart (ENC) corresponding to the relative coverage area – see nautical product catalogue. The ENCs are produced in accordance with the valid international standard S-57. It consists of generalised lines in the different ENC scale ranges Approach, Harbour and Berthing. None of these scale ranges provides a continuous coastline. The derived coastline consists of natural and man-made (e. g. piers) elements. As an alternative, there is a further coastline available. Information on this high-precision coastline is available via customer@bsh.de.

  • It is about an automated derived coastline of the North Sea and Baltic Sea from different scale ranges of the Electronic Navigational Chart (ENC) corresponding to the relative coverage area – see nautical product catalogue. The ENCs are produced in accordance with the valid international standard S-57. It consists of generalised lines in the different ENC scale ranges Approach, Harbour and Berthing. None of these scale ranges provides a continuous coastline. The derived coastline consists of natural and man-made (e. g. piers) elements. As an alternative, there is a further coastline available. Information on this high-precision coastline is available via customer@bsh.de.

  • Die Küstenlinie der deutschen Ostseeküste, erstellt vom Landesamt für Landwirtschaft, Umwelt und ländliche Räume (LLUR) von Schleswig Holstein. Grundlage dafür waren MSRL- und WRRL-Shapefiles der Küsten- und Übergangsgewässer.

  • Web Map Service (WMS) vom Geoserver der Marinen Dateninfrastruktur Deutschland (MDI-DE), der die Küstenlinie der Nord- und Ostsee in Form von Layern für die MDI-DE publiziert.

  • Web Feature Service (WFS) vom Geoserver der Marinen Dateninfrastruktur Deutschland (MDI-DE), der die Küstenlinie der Nord- und Ostsee in Form von Layern für die MDI-DE publiziert.

  • Die Küstenlinie der deutschen Nordseeküste, erstellt vom Landesamt für Landwirtschaft, Umwelt und ländliche Räume (LLUR) von Schleswig Holstein. Grundlage dafür waren MSRL- und WRRL-Shapefiles der Küsten- Übergangsgewässer.

  • Web Map Servive (WMS) von dem Geoserver der Bundesanstalt für Wasserbau, der Basisdaten in Form von Layern für die MDI-DE publiziert.

  • Web Map Servive (WMS) von dem Geoserver der Bundesanstalt für Wasserbau, der Basisdaten in Form von Layern für die MDI-DE publiziert.

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