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 Tokelau (102)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Joint Regional Energy Meeting (REM2002) Convene a joint regional energy meeting with the Secretariat of the Pacific Communities (SPC) in 2002. Energy (E) Meeting 2002
Strengthening Regional Communication and Coordination in Disaster Management To strengthen existing levels of regional communication and coordination. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Activity/Task 2002
EEZ Bathymetric Maps To draw and publish the Bathymetric Map of EEZ's of Pacific Island Countries (18). For Niue, Drawing and Publishing of the Bathymetric Map of Niue - EEZ; Scale: 1:2 500 000. Bathymetry map of Marshall Islands - EEZ, Scale: 1:4 000 000. Suva: SOPAC. SOPAC Bathymetric Series Map 9. Bathymetric map of Guam - EEZ, Scale: 1:2 000 000. Suva: SOPAC. SOPAC Bathymetric Series Map 18. Coastal Processes (CP) Map/Chart 1995
Annotated Bibliography on Gender and Energy The bibliography was compiled to summarize the most important materials on gender and/or women and energy, which refer to the Pacific region, whether written from within or outside of the said regions. Energy (E) Report 2005
Post-Graduate Diploma in Integrated Water Resources Management- IWRM Capacity Development As a pilot project on behalf of the UNU, SOPAC supported the development of a PGD in IWRM offered by USP in Distance and Flexible Mode. The course ran on a part-time basis for ~18 months and was coordinated through the UN Water Virtual Learning Centre (WVLC), newly established at USP. SOPAC worked closely with USP to facilitate the IWRM course by providing case studies as part of the course material for the Pacific region. Water and Sanitation (WS) Training 2007
Application for Membership to SOPAC Application for Associate Membership received from Tokelau in March and admitted as a new associate member of the CCOP/SOPAC at the Annual Session. Tokelau was represented by Honourable Faipule Kuresa Nasau, Mininster for Environment and Economic Development at the meeting. General (G) Meeting 2005
Resource Use Solutions Updating and maintenance of the Pacific Islands Regional Maritime Boundary Information System (PIRMBIS). PIRMBIS contains baseline information from maps, and satellite imagery, as well as the computed critical base points, and the extrapolated notional maritime boundaries for Tokelau, American Samoa, Fiji, Vanuatu, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Palau, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Cook Islands, Niue and Nauru. Maritime Boundaries (MB) Activity/Task 2007
Small Scale Energy Consultancies To assist member countries to address specific energy issues by the provision of short-term consultancies to cater for specialist areas where either the time or expertise is not immediately available from the SOPAC Energy Unit. Energy (E) Activity/Task 2002
Regional Maritime Boundaries Project – EEZ PIC acknowledge, gazette and ultimately deposit their updated maritime boundary data in accordance with UNCLOS (all PICs except the US Territories are signatories to the Convention). PIC enter into negotiations on shared boundaries and develop treaties where appropriate data exists to support this process. Maritime Boundaries (MB) Project 2009
Regional Information Exchange At the 1985 meeting of CCOP/SOPAC and STAR, a need was recognised for the exchange of information, particularly on scheduled research cruises, to fully develop future research programmes in the region. The objectives were: (i) to collect detailed information on planned research cruises from institutions and agencies concerned, as well as from STAR National Contact Points, and disseminate it to interested parties on a regular basis at least once a year, and possibly twice a year; (ii) to compile a list of ongoing and planned marine geology projects in the region, with details of objectives, methodology and participants, and to disseminate it to interested parties; (iii) to prepare up-to-date information on planned research projects/cruises in the region for publication in the CCOP/SOPAC newsletters (iv) to promote a Workshop on Management of Marine Science Data and Information to be convened in the near future. General (G) Proposal 1985
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