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 Samoa (1392)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Develop a Regional Database System for Member Countries to Store and Retrieve Water and Sanitation Information Select and establish an appropriate database system to enable member countries to store various types of water and sanitation data. Provide training to use the database system. Provide a regional archive to store individual country data as a backup copy and for regional use. Note that SOPAC is currently acting as Interim Secretariat to the PWA (Regional Project). Water and Sanitation (WS) Activity/Task 1997
An Investigation of Lithospheric Properties by Teleseismic Studies in the Samoa- Tonga- Cook Islands Region Objective of the study is to collect data on earthquakes for upper mantle studies by setting up a temporary seismic recording station initially on Rarotonga and later at other sites. This study is defined by special project 2-2 (Energy Release & Seismicity), 1975 IOC IDOE Suva Workshop, 4th Session Proceedings. Hazards (H) Study 1976
In-country seminar in basic earth science/coastal processes and coastal geology A re-survey of the beach profiles along the Mulinu'u and across the Cyclone Ofa coral banks was carried out by most of the participants of the December 1993 Coastal Monitoring Seminar. Human Resources Development (HRD) Seminar 1994
Establish a data management system for storage and retrieval of resource data and information To design and set up an archive storage, retrieval, and reproduction system for marine geological, geophysical data, and general oceanographic data from Samoan waters that will meet Samoa's needs; and to train Samoans to operate the system. In addition, this activity assisted in the development of Samoa's marine resources and use of the marine environment Data Management (DM) Technical Assistance 1984
Establishment of National GIS Centres Enhanced resource management and development of utilities through access to accurate and timely information displayed in a spatial format. Geographical Information Systems/Remote Sensing (GIS) Activity/Task 2006
23rd session of the SOPAC Governing Council and the 23rd session of its Technical Advisory Group The 23rd session of the Governing Council of SOPAC was hosted by the Government of the Republic of Marshall Islands and attended by member countries of Australia, Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Guam, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Kingdom of Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Western Samoa and associate members of Tahiti, Niue and New Caledonia. General (G) Meeting 1994
Pacific Islands Energy Policy and Strategic Action Planning (PIEPSAP) The provision of assistance with the development and review of National Energy Policies, and strategic action planning. Energy (E) Project 2006
Regional Maritime Boundaries Project – EEZ Maps, GIS coverage of data collected for all PICs with Regional Maritime Boundaries Database maintained and regularly updated. Implementation of survey strategies for acquisition of data to fill gaps. Counterpart Training of selected nationals for in-field survey techniques, completed where required. Acquisition of additional survey equipment; satellite imagery where required - due to lack of suitable map coverage; ground truthing of imagery. Maritime Boundaries (MB) Project 2009
Water and Sanitation Other Activities WASP activities for the reporting period. Water and Sanitation (WS) Activity/Task 1997
Developing and Strengthening Partnerships To develop and strengthen partnerships through the provision of technical assistance at national, regional and international levels through the provision of technical assistance and representation at meetings and conferences, which are relevant to the energy sector development of the region. Over 50 technical responses provided to member countries and other regional organizations during this period. In addition to the technical responses the region was represented at a number of meetings and seminars that contribute towards and assist with the development and strengthening of partnerships. Energy (E) Activity/Task 2001
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