This project aims to characterize the evolution of the coastline during the Quaternary and discern what were the contributions to this evolution: 1) neotectonic, 2) eustatic variations and 3) sedimentary transport.
Joint campaigns of the TOPOMED and FREEZE projects sponsored by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). These two projects share complementary and objective areas of study. The first focuses on the effects of neotectonics on the evolution of landscape and environments and the second on the investigation of underwater discharges of fresh water.
Joint campaigns of the ERSTA and SANDEX projects, the ERSTA project is designed to study seismogenic and tsunamigenic bodies and to prepare a seismotectonic model for the Algarve region, the SANDEX project aims to evaluate the physical impact of sand and gravel extraction on the sedimentary balance and the evolution of the coastline.
ASTARTE geophysical campaigns aim to collect the necessary information for the assessment, strategy and risk reduction for Tsunamis in Europe.
TAGUSDELTA geophysical campaigns aim to collect the necessary information to elaborate the high resolution 3D seismic stratigraphy of the Tagus Delta.
Notifications concerning marine casualties and marine incidents occurring in the Portuguese territorial waters and in internal waters and with Portuguese flaged vessels in any part of the world.
Conhecer a distribuição geográfica da proporção de crianças livres de cárie dentária nascidas em 2001, que frequentavam os estabelecimentos de ensino na RAM, e dos serviços de Medicina Dentária e Saúde Oral (públicos e privados) por unidade administrativa (concelho).
Clipboard 24/76-B representing the Topo-Hydrographic survey carried out by Instituto Hidrográfico in 1976 of the adjacent area to Funchal Airport (Santa Catarina)
The coastline of Madeira Autonomous Region (Madeira, Porto Santo, Desertas and Selvagens), was based on Geometric Registration of Rustic Property (CGPR), with scales of 1:500 and 1:1000. It was subsequently updated based on data from Hydrographic Institute and orthophotos. The administrative divisions have CGPR bases with scales of 1:500, 1:1000, 1:2000 and 1:5000. Legal instruments were used, with the help of the Local Authorities (Municipal and Parish Councils). In this data set are present DICOFRE codes and names of their parish.
Serviço de descarregamento (WFS) do Arcgis Server do Tema "Conservação" do SIGMAR Açores