SOPAC Compendium Project
SOPAC Compendium Project
 Compendium
Digital collection of the entire body of knowledge of CCOP/SOPAC from 1972 to 2010

Charts and Maps (383)

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TitleAbstractCountryAreaTypeDescriptionPurpose
Bathymetric Map of Guam-EEZ This record holds a Bathymetry map of the area within the Exclusive Economic Zone of Guam. Map is drawn on a 500m contour interval. This map is part of the SOPAC Bathymetric Series that was printed from the IHO/IDC GEBCO Digital Atlas (GDA), GEBCO 5th Editin Contours in meters. World Vector Shorelines from DMA. 200 Nautical mile boundary shown is indicative only. The paper and digital format of this map are held at the Secretariat and can be downloaded from this metadata record under the Distribution Info section with appropriate permission from the Secretariat. Guam Guam-EEZ Bathymetric_Maps Guam, 1995, Bathymetry Map of EEZ Bathymetry maps/ charts should provide information about water depths around the islands. They can serve as the basic tool for scientific, engineering, marine geophysical and environmental studies, as well as marine and coastal resource management.
Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheet GU 7 This record holds the Geological Map of Beaufort Bay in the Solomon Islands. Map is published by the Geological Survey Division, Ministry of Land, Energy and Natural Resources, Honiara, Guadalcanal. Topography compiled by C.C.Tuner, B.D.Hackman, Institute of Geological Sciences, London 1976, based on field-work by C.C.Turner, B.D.Hackman, W.Saemanea, R.Olangi, N.Legua, P.Diau, G.W.Hughes, P.Craig and R.B.Thompson. This is part of the Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheet GU1 - GU17. Map is drawn on a 100m contour vertical interval. A copy of the map can be downloaded by selecting the appropriate link under 'Online resources' with permission from the Secretariat. Solomon Islands Beaufort Bay Geology_Map Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal, Beaufort Bay, 1984, Geology Map
New Georgia Geological Map Sheet NG 6 This record holds the Geological Map of Rendova and Tetepare Islands, Solomon Islands and published by the Geological Survey Division, Ministry of Natural Resources, Honiara, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1986. Topography compiled from reductions of 1:50 000 D.O.S. Map series X711 of the New Georgia Group Edition 2, 1969 - 1970, with Amendments to drainage based on recent field work. Mapping Project Leader P.N.Dunkley, (British Geological Survey, Keyworth UK). Geology of Rendova and Tetepare Islands by P.N.Dunkley and P.R.Philip. British Geological Survey. The map is based on field work by P.N.D, P.R.P (B.G.S.) A.Bana, S.Basi, P.Diau, E.Kikiti, N.Legua,R.Maghu and P.Toiraena, 1981-1983. This work was funded by British Aid, as part of a Technical Cooperation Project undertaken on behalf of the Overseas Development Administration (ODA) London. This is part of the New Georgia Map Sheets NG1 - NG7. Map is drawn on a 80m contour vertical interval. A copy of the map can be downloaded by selecting the appropriate link under 'Online resources' with permission from the Secretariat. Solomon Islands Rendova and Tetepare Islands Geology_Map Solomon Islands, New Georgia, Rendova and Tetepare Islands, 1986, Geology Map The Divisions collection of geological map is a unique detailed record of the geological landscapes from the Pacific member countries. This can be used for diverse purposes by geologists, engineers, mining and exploration consultants, land-use planners, agricultural planners/producers, emergency-response personnel and other individuals. These purposes include the determination of land, water resources in natural resources management, mineral exploration and the addressing of common problems such as landslides, floods, sink-holes, subsidence, and pollution of groundwater and a variety of other applications.
Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheet GU 4 This record holds the Geological Map of Honiara in the Solomon Islands published by the Geological Surveys Division of the Ministry of Natural Resources, Honiara, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1986. Map is drawn on a 100m contour interval. Geology by B.D.Hackman, Institute of Geological Sciences, London, 1973-1974. This is part of the Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheets 1 - 19. The paper and digital format of this map are held at the Secretariat and can be downloaded from this metadata record under the Distribution Information Section with appropriate permission from the Secretariat. Solomon Islands Honiara Geology_Map Solomon Islands, Honiara, 1978, Geology Map This geological map is a unique detailed record of the geological features and landscapes of Honiara, Solomon Island. The map shows geological surface and subsurface features by means of signs and symbols with an indicated means of orientation that includes nature and distribution of rock units, mineral deposits, bedding planes, the occurrence of structural features such as faults and folds and mineral deposits with strike and dip. It can be used for diverse purposes by geologists, engineers, mining and exploration consultants, land-use planners, agricultural planners/producers, emergency-response personnel and other individuals. These purposes include the determination of land, water resources in natural resources management, mineral exploration and the addressing of common problems such as landslides, floods, sink-holes, subsidence, and pollution of groundwater and a variety of other applications.
Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheet GU 8 This record holds the geological map of Lungga in the Solomon Islands. Map was published by the Geological Survey Division, Ministry of Land, Energy and Natural Resources, Honiara. Topography was compiled from 1:50 000 D.O.S Graphic plot of Guadalcanal with amendments to drainage based on field-work by Geological Survey staff. Chief Geologist: F.I.E.Coulson, Institute of Geological Sciences, London. Geology by G.Wyn Hughes. Base on fieldwork by G.W.Hyghes, N.Legua, R.Olangi, E.Kikiti, P.Diau, P.Toiraena. This map is part of the Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheet GU1 - GU19. Map is drawn on a 100m contour vertical interval. A copy of the map can be downloaded by selecting the appropriate link under 'Online resources' with permission from the Secretariat. Solomon Islands Lungga Geology_Map Solomon Islands, Lungga, 1982, Geology Map
Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheet GU 16 This record holds a geological map of Marau, Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands. Map is drawn on a scale of 1:50000. Map has an insert of geological cross section from Sambavao to Kaoka Bay. The rugged southern part of the mainland is founded on a pile of Pre- Miocene basalts, the Mbirao volcanics which probably exceeds 2000m in thickness and dips generally at 10-20 degrees to the north: dips do not conform to this pattern owing to the intensive faulting. The map has the equator as the latitude of origin and has a meridian of origin of 159' East of Greenwich.Also a detailed summary of the geological contents of the map is summarized as well. Solomon Islands Marau Geology_Map Solomon Islands, Marau, 1974, Geology Map.
Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheet GU 1 & GU 2 This record holds the Geological Map of Cape Esperance and Savo in the Solomon Islands and published by Geological Survey Division, Ministry of Natural Resources, Honiara, Solomon Islands. Inserted is a map of Savo Island - GU 2 geographical bounding box North -9.0515, East 159.5045, South -9.0945, West 59.4630. Topography compiled from 1:50 000 D.O.S. Map of Guadalcanal, Edition 1 D.O.S. 1976 with amendments to drainage based on field work by Geological Survey staff. Chief Geologist S.Danitofea. Geology of West Tambea by B.D.Hackman 1971 (British Geological Survey, Keyworth, UK) geology of East Tambea by R.A.Dennis 1970 and Savo by W.D.Proctor 1969 (both of the Solomon Islands Geological Survey). Geological Explanation and map amendments by S.J.Booth 1985 and P.M.Hopson 1987 (British Geological Survey). This map is part of the Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheets GU1 - GU19. Map is drawn on a 100m contour vertical interval. A copy of the map can be downloaded by selecting the appropriate link under 'Online resources' with permission from the Secretariat. Solomon Islands Cape Esperance and Savo Geology_Map Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal, Cape Esperance and Savo, 1989, Geology Map The Divisions collection of geological map is a unique detailed record of the geological landscapes from the Pacific member countries. This can be used for diverse purposes by geologists, engineers, mining and exploration consultants, land-use planners, agricultural planners/producers, emergency-response personnel and other individuals. These purposes include the determination of land, water resources in natural resources management, mineral exploration and the addressing of common problems such as landslides, floods, sink-holes, subsidence, and pollution of groundwater and a variety of other applications.
New Georgia Geological Map Sheet NG 3 This record holds the Geological Map of Kolombangara, Kohinggo and Parara Islands, New Georgia, Solomon Islands published by the Geological Survey Division, Ministry of Land, Energy and Natural Resources, Solomon Islands, 1984. Map is drawn on a 80m contour vertical interval. The map shows geological surface and subsurface features by means of signs and symbols and with an indicated means of orientation that includes nature and distribution of rock units, the occurrence of structural features and mineral deposits. This work was funded by British Aid, as part of the Technical Cooperation Project undertaken an behalf of the Overseas Development Administration (ODA), London. Map is part of the New Georgia Geological Map Sheets 1 - 7. The paper and digital format of this map are held at the Secretariat and can be downloaded from this metadata record under the Distribution Information Section with appropriate permission from the Secretariat. Solomon Islands Kolombangara Kohinggo and Parara Islands Geology_Map Solomon Islands, New Georgia, Kolombangara, Kohinggo and Parara Islands, 1984, Geology Map The Divisions collection of geological map is a unique detailed record of the geological landscapes from the Pacific member countries. This can be used for diverse purposes by geologists, engineers, mining and exploration consultants, land-use planners, agricultural planners/producers, emergency-response personnel and other individuals. These purposes include the determination of land, water resources in natural resources management, mineral exploration and the addressing of common problems such as landslides, floods, sink-holes, subsidence, and pollution of groundwater and a variety of other applications.
Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheet GU 13 This record holds the Geological Map of Koloula, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands published by the Geological Survey Division, Ministry of Land, Energy and Natural Resources, Solomon Islands, 1984. Map is drawn on a 100m contour interval. The map shows the geological surface and subsurface features by means of signs and symbols with an indicated means of orientation that includes nature and distribution of rock units, mineral deposits, bedding planes, the occurrence of structural features such as faults and folds and mineral deposits with strike and dip. This is part of the Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheets 1 - 19. The paper and digital format of this map are held at the Secretariat and can be downloaded from this metadata record under the Distribution Information Section with appropriate permission from the Secretariat. Solomon Islands Koloula Geology_Map Solomon Islands, Koloula, 1984, Geology Map This geological map is a unique detailed record of the geological features and landscapes of Koloula, Solomon Island. It can be used for diverse purposes by geologists, engineers, mining and exploration consultants, land-use planners, agricultural planners/producers, emergency-response personnel and other individuals. These purposes include the determination of land, water resources in natural resources management, mineral exploration and the addressing of common problems such as landslides, floods, sink-holes, subsidence, and pollution of groundwater and a variety of other applications.
Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheet GU 19 This record holds the Geological Map of Kopiu Bay, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands. Map is compiled, drawn and published by the Department of Geological Survey, British Solomon Islands Protectorate, Solomon Islands, 1973. Map is drawn on a 100m contour interval. Vertical Datum is mean sea level. This is part of the Guadalcanal Geological Map Sheets 1 - 19. A copy of the map can be downloaded by selecting the appropriate link under 'Online resources' with permission from the Secretariat. Solomon Islands Kopiu Bay Geology_Map Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal, Kopiu Bay, 1973, Geology Map This geological map is a unique detailed record of the geological features and landscapes of Kopiu Bay, Solomon Island. The map shows geological surface and subsurface features by means of signs and symbols with an indicated means of orientation that includes nature and distribution of rock units, mineral deposits, bedding planes, the occurrence of structural features such as faults and folds and mineral deposits with strike and dip. It can be used for diverse purposes by geologists, engineers, mining and exploration consultants, land-use planners, agricultural planners/producers, emergency-response personnel and other individuals. These purposes include the determination of land, water resources in natural resources management, mineral exploration and the addressing of common problems such as landslides, floods, sink-holes, subsidence, and pollution of groundwater and a variety of other applications.
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