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WP7 Minerals Geological Survey of Ireland Maria Judge, Charise McKeon, Ali Robinson, Janine Guinan, Archie Donovan, Koen Verbruggen Objective To identify and map the occurrences of mineral deposits (including aggregates, oil and gas and metalliferous minerals), within the EEZ of participating countries, based on information available to the project partners, including publicly‐available information (those not held under commercial restrictions) Description/deliverables Compile mineral deposit information and develop web mapping services for sharing spatial data between public organisations and authorities including EC and EU research, policy making institutions and commercial stakeholders for the sustainable geo‐energy and mineral supply of Europe Phase – Aggregate & Hydrocarbons Published Data WP7 Task Guide circulated March 11th 2014 A guide to the deliverables associated with EMODnetGeology Phase II work package 7: Minerals; where ‘minerals’ refer to marine mineral deposits on or under the seabed The types of mineral deposits that occur on and/or beneath the seafloor, to be included in EMODnet work package are: • aggregates • hydrocarbons • gas hydrates • marine placer deposits • phosphorite deposits • evaporite deposits • polymetallic sulphides • polymetallic nodules • cobalt rich ferromanganese crust Phase II Deposit Types Received (By Country) September 2014 Aggregates Hydrocarbons Gas Hydrates Marine Placer Phosphorite Estonia Denmark Portugal Latvia Finland Ireland Russia Poland France France Ireland Lithuania Latvia Norway Norway Poland Poland Romania Portugal Russia Russia Spain Sweden Sweden Spain Evaporite Polymetallic Sulphides Polymetallic Nodules Cobalt Rich FeMn Crust Portugal Estonia Portugal Spain Latvia Spain Russia Spain Aggregate Deposits Field Information Code Two letter country code, which corresponds to ISO3166‐ code http://www.iso.org/iso/english_country_names_and_code_elements e.g FI, SE, LV, IE Deposit Type Name of deposit type Units Quantitative measurement of deposit if available Status E.G License, exploration, exploitation etc Operator Operating company Exploitation Type Mining Method Block Name Name of the block, concession or deposit area Block Number Number of the block, concession or deposit area Data Provider Name of organisation providing data Data Provider Contact What are the organisation/institute information contact details – email is required Area Extent (Sq Km) Area of deposit Depth to seabed (m) Depth to deposit from sea surface Hydrocarbon Deposits Field Information Code Two letter country code, which corresponds to ISO3166‐ code http://www.iso.org/iso/english_country_names_and_code_elements e.g FI, SE, LV, IE Deposit Type Name of deposit type (Oil, Gas, etc) Units Quantitative measurement of deposit Status E.G License, under exploration, production Operator Operating company Exploitation Type Production Method (Platform, seabed completion etc) Block Name Name of the block, concession or deposit area Block Number Number of the block, concession or deposit area Data Provider Name of organisation providing data Data Provider Contact What are the organisation/institute information contact details – email is required Area Extent (Sq Km) Area of block Depth to Reservoir (m) Depth to reservoir from sea bed Host Rock Formation & Age Host rock formation & age Gas Hydrate Deposits Field Information Code Two letter country code, which corresponds to ISO3166‐ code http://www.iso.org/iso/english_country_names_and_code_elements e.g FI, SE, LV, IE Deposit Type Name of deposit type (Gas Hydrates) Units Quantitative measurement of deposit, if available Status E.G License, under exploration, exploitation Operator Operating or exploring company if appropriate Exploitation Type Production Method if relevant Area Name Name of the area, concession or deposit area Area Number Number of the area, concession or deposit area Data Provider Name of organisation providing data Data Provider Contact What are the organisation/institute information contact details – email is required Area Extent (Sq Km) Area of deposit Depth to deposit (m) Depth to deposit from sea bed Marine Placer Deposits Field Information Code Two letter country code, which corresponds to ISO3166‐ code http://www.iso.org/iso/english_country_names_and_code_elements e.g FI, SE, LV, IE Deposit type Deposit: Placer, Type: (e.g ilmenite, rutile etc) Units Quantitative measurement of resource or reserve, if available Status E.G License, under exploration, exploitation Operator Operating or Exploring company Exploitation Type Mining Method if applicable Area Name Name of the area, concession or deposit area Area Number Number of the area, concession or deposit area Data Provider Name of organisation providing data Data Provider Contact What are the organisation/institute information contact details – email is required Area Extent (Sq Km) Area of deposit Depth to deposit (m) Depth to deposit from sea surface Phosphorite Deposits Field Information Code Two letter country code, which corresponds to ISO3166‐ code http://www.iso.org/iso/english_country_names_and_code_elements e.g FI, SE, LV, IE Deposit Type Deposit: Phosphorite, Type :Nodular/Bioclastic/Phosphatization Setting Epeiric/Continental margin/Seamount/Insular; if known Units Quantitative measurement of deposit if available Status E.G License, under exploration, exploitation Operator Operating company Exploitation Type Mining Method Area Name Name of the area, concession or resource area Area Number Number of the area, concession or resource area Data Provider Name of organisation providing data Data Provider Contact What are the organisation/institute information contact details – email is required Area Extent (Sq Km) Area of deposit Depth to deposit (m) Depth to deposit from sea surface Polymetallic Nodules Field Information Code Two letter country code, which corresponds to ISO3166‐ code http://www.iso.org/iso/english_country_names_and_code_elements e.g FI, SE, LV, IE Deposit Type Name of deposit type (Polymetallic nodules) Main Morphology Morphology type/ commentary on nodule size Main Minerals Main minerals All other commodities Secondary minerals (gangue) Status E.G License, exploration, exploitation etc Operator Operating company Area Name Name of the area, concession or deposit area Area Number Number of the area, concession or deposit area Data Provider Name of organisation providing data Data Provider Contact What are the organisation/institute information contact details – email is required Area Extent (Sq Km) Area of deposit Depth to deposit (m) Depth to deposit from sea surface Cobalt rich Ferromanganese Crusts Field Information Code Two letter country code, which corresponds to ISO3166‐ code http://www.iso.org/iso/english_country_names_and_code_elements e.g FI, SE, LV, IE Deposit Type Name of deposit type (Cobalt rich ferromanganese crust) Setting Description of geological setting Main Commodity Commodity type All other commodities Secondary commodities Units Quantitative measurement Status E.G License, under exploration Operator Operating company Area Name Name of the area, concession or deposit area Area Number Number of the area, concession or deposit area Data Provider Name of organisation providing data Data Provider Contact What are the organisation/institute information contact details – email is required Area Extent (Sq Km) Area of deposit Depth to seabed (m) Depth to deposit from sea surface WP7 Phase II – What's Next?? Assess Phase I deposit types V’s Phase II deposit types submitted to date for: • Any duplication of deposit type areas • Deposit type areas submitted to Phase II which may no longer be viable/exist (as per submitted to Phase I) • Published deposit types which have not been submitted to date by project partners Following from the data assessment the following will be addressed: • Keep Phase I and Phase II deposit types separate for publishing or update for Phase II based on Phase I? • Add additional deposit types? • Timelines for data publication? Timeline Deliverable March GSI to circulate WP Minerals Task Guide to all partners May 31st First round of data collation Updates and new, readily available (in‐house) data to submit, in shapefile format, by all partners to the GSI May 31st September 30th Available third party data compilation and submission September 30th EMODnet progress meeting GSI to present updated draft distribution maps of: Aggregates, Hydrocarbons, and the “new” deposit types September 30th EMODnet progress meeting GSI to present update and initial draft compilation of mineral deposits layers November 1st Final data submission form all partner November 30th 2014 Completed draft of layers published and hosted live on the EMODnet viewer Post November 2014 Case studies and six monthly updates thereafter Please submit your data!!! We ask that once your shapefiles and attribution data are complete, to please deliver these data to Charise McKeon at the GSI (charise.mckeon@gsi.ie) by November 1st 2014 On receiving your data, GSI will standardise these data, then author WMS service layers, which will be consumed within the EMODnet viewer If you require comment or advice at any time, on any aspect of WP7, then feel free to contact the relevant personnel Please submit your data for compilation to Charise McKeon (charise.mckeon@gsi.ie) cc’ing: Maria Judge (maria.judge@gsi.ie) Thank You for Listening Data Gaps‐ examples of data mapped on the ISA viewer International Seabed Authority http://www.mapserver.isa.org.jm/GIS/ Data Gaps‐ examples of data mapped on the ISA viewer International Seabed Authority http://www.mapserver.isa.org.jm/GIS/ [...]... publication? Timeline Deliverable March GSI to circulate WP 7 Minerals Task Guide to all partners May 31st First round of data collation Updates and new, readily available (in‐house) data to submit, in shapefile format, by all partners to the GSI May 31st September 30th Available third party data compilation and submission September 30th EMODnet progress meeting GSI to present updated draft distribution... distribution maps of: Aggregates, Hydrocarbons, and the “new” deposit types September 30th EMODnet progress meeting GSI to present update and initial draft compilation of mineral deposits layers November 1st Final data submission form all partner November 30th 2014 Completed draft of layers published and hosted live on the EMODnet viewer Post November 2014 Case studies and six monthly updates thereafter Please... (charise.mckeon@gsi.ie) by November 1st 2014 On receiving your data, GSI will standardise these data, then author WMS service layers, which will be consumed within the EMODnet viewer If you require comment or advice at any time, on any aspect of WP7, then feel free to contact the relevant personnel Please submit your data for compilation to Charise McKeon (charise.mckeon@gsi.ie) cc’ing: Maria Judge (maria.judge@gsi.ie)... data Data Provider Contact What are the organisation/institute information contact details – email is required Area Extent (Sq Km) Area of deposit Depth to seabed (m) Depth to deposit from sea surface WP7 Phase II – What's Next?? Assess Phase I deposit types V’s Phase II deposit types submitted to date for: • Any duplication of deposit type areas • Deposit type areas submitted to Phase II which may no
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