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

Listing Projects - Country of Kiribati (1597)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
10th session of SOPAC (than CCOP/SOPAC) and the tenth session of its Technical Advisory Group (TAG) The 10th session of SOPAC (than CCOP/SOPAC) was held at Port Vila, Vanuatu and hosted by the Government of Vanuatu. The session was attended by member countries of SOPAC. STAR - SOPAC's Science, Technology and Resources Network was proposed as a vehicle to assist the international research community to provide advice to SOPAC. General (G) Meeting 1981
Regional Co-ordination of Pacific Islands GOOS (Global Ocean Observing System) in the SOPAC Region Undertake activities designed to maintain and strengthen regional PIGOOS alliance, including: coordination of PI-GOOS Steering Committee; improving access to data and information on observing programmes in coastal and open ocean waters; disseminating information on PI-GOOS activities; delivering ocean data products to users; providing support to PICs in implementing coastal observation programmes. Coastal Processes (CP) Activity/Task 2010
Tsunami Monitoring Stations The IOC Representative informed TAG of the work the International Coordination Group for the Tsunami Warning System in the Pacific (ITSU) and the International Tsunami Information Center (ITIC) in the region. Tsunami stations and communication stations were also established in the SOPAC member countries of Papua New Guinea, Marshall Islands, Tuvalu, Kiribati, FSM, and Nauru. Although they are not yet member states of ITSU, FSM & Nauru respectively yet to be members of (CCOP/SOPAC) alongside the Marshall Islands at this stage. Hazards (H) Equipment 1987
Pacific Programme for Water Governance National Water Governance instruments developed in line with Theme V of the Pacific RAP on Institutional Arrangements. Water and Sanitation (WS) Policy and Governance 2008
Disaster Risk Management High Level Advocacy The CRP High Level Advocacy Team is promoting the mainstreaming of disaster risk management and the application of CHARM as a decision making tool for developing national risk reduction priorities. The advocacy continued into the adoption of the Regional Framework for Action at the national level, the main focus being for government to adopt and integrated disaster risk management approach. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Policy and Governance 2005
Pacific Hydrological Cycle Observing System (HYCOS) Capacity of Pacific island nationals increased in hydrological data acquisition, analysis and interpretation, for improved water resources management, catchment management, IWRM, flood and drought warning and infrastructure design. Water and Sanitation (WS) Activity/Task 2010
Manganese nodules and cobalt-rich crusts in the EEZ's of the Cook Islands, Kiribati and Tuvalu, part 1: general introduction Manganese nodules and crusts in the South Pacific area have been the subject of much work, but most of this was done in the proposed International Seabed Area and until recently relatively little of it has been within 200 miles of land. However, with the increasing awareness by island states of the economic potential of their 200 mile EEZ's, more attention has been paid to possible mineral deposits in these areas, and reviews on this, emphasising nodules and/or crusts, have been written by Exon (1983), Cronan (1984) and Glasby et al, (1986). The data used in these reviews has been used again here; however, this report seeks to substantiate and update these reviews with new data collected in the region since 1983, mainly by Japanese and British workers.In the present study, an assessment of nodule and crust deposits in the EEZ's of Kiribati, Tuvalu and the Cook Islands is made on the basis of all available information Minerals and Hydrocarbons (MHC) Report
Training and Technical Assistance The exchange of expertise and experience among the energy agencies of the member countries in respect to specific energy sector activities. The training attachments have been identified by member countries as a priority activity and beneficial in skills evelopment, either directly during planned in-country technical assistance missions or training attachments at the SOPAC Energy Unit thereby enabling the exposure and the transfer of knowledge and experience in specialist areas, which are not normally addressed in this level of detail regional training workshops and courses.. The training attachments are focussed on specific energy sector requirements as identified and determined by the individual energy officers. Energy (E) Activity/Task 2002
HYCOS Water Quality Training A training program of water quality testing, review and rehabilitation was carried from the 16th - 26th February 2009. For relevant multi ministry personnels on South Tarawa. Water and Sanitation (WS) Activity/Task 2009
Investigation for precious coral in the nearshore waters surrounding the Kiribati Islands Uncategorised (UC) 1980
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