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

Listing Projects - Category of Uncatergorized (UC) (7)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Swath mapping of Solomon Islands Arc. (SEABED MAPPING) The objective of this task was to collect Seabeam and SeaMARC swaths on two areas; a)across Solomon Islands Arc; and (b) along it's length. Uncatergorized (UC) Cruise 1990
Regional geological mapping of the Shortland Islands Geological mapping still continue in the Solomon Islands with the support of the British Geological Survey (BGS). Thirty percent of the land areas is yet to be mapped Uncatergorized (UC) Project 1982
Geological Mapping and Geochemical exploration in the Solomon Islands The geological mapping continued on Santa Isabel, part of San Cristobal (Makira) Malaita and Guadalcanal. The objective of this programme was to geologically map the entire islands of the Solomon Islands for national data and geological and geochemical information to the public users of such information's. Uncatergorized (UC) Project 1984
Seismicity study (continuation from Energy Release and Seismicity Study) This is a continuation of the initial task of studying energy release and seismicity in the Pacific. Seismic activity was explored during the various research cruises. Co-joint with ORSTOM/Cornell University Vanuatu had 20 seismic stations as of 1979. Uncatergorized (UC) Project 1979
Oceanographic Studies These involved two activities firstly the study of the sea bed and oceanography in the Solomon Islands as part of sewage out fall development near Honiara and secondly hydrocarbon studies of the slot and Rennell arc and other areas to the eastern Solomon Islands. Uncatergorized (UC) Study 1976 - 1981
Hydrological Programme Liason with NIWA and the Apia Observatory regarding additional training and monitoring requirements was undertaken. Uncatergorized (UC) Activity/Task 2003
Review of Vanuatu National Fire Service To review and report on the current capacity and capability of the Vanuatu National Fire Service to effective meet the needs of its community. Uncatergorized (UC) Activity/Task 2002
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