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Deep Sea Minerals Volume 2
Deep Sea Minerals Volume 2
Volume 2 looks at the socio economic, legal and fiscal aspects of the emerging deep sea minerals industry. It provides a green economy context for examining how deep sea mining could be profitable, sustainable and meet the needs of Pacific Island people without sacrificing cultural heritage, community values or the health of ocean ecosystems.
Available online at: http://www.grida.no/publications/deep-sea-minerals/
World oceans, a cornucopia of goods and services N Source: GRID-Arendal
Marine ecosystem services.
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Metal price volatility
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Worldwide progression of water depth capabilities for offshore drilling and production
Worldwide progression of water depth capabilities for offshore drilling and production (as of March 2011).
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Pacific Islands states physical and economic size
Pacific Island states: economic indicators.
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Top 40 net assets, market capitalization
Top 40 mining companies’ net assets as percentage of market capitalization (PWC 2012).
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Less copper, more waste
Increase in mine waste associated with lower ore grades (Mudd et al 2013).
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Average ore grades over time
Declining average ore grades (Mudd et al 2013).
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Declining copper ore grades
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Steel intensity and GDP 1900 - 2011
Relationship between steel production and GDP. Steel intensity for China is yet to peak (Rio Tinto 2012).
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World population growth, 1950-2050
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Environmental Information
Environmental information required by the ISA to establish environmental baselines.
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Mining Code
Regulations on prospecting, exploration, and extraction developed by the International Seabed Authority.
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The International Seabed Authority governance structure
The primary policy-making organ of the Authority is the Assembly, comprising all members (that is, all of the countries that have signed UNCLOS, which includes all of the Pacific ACP States). Executive authority is vest...
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Potential Extended Continental Shelf in the Paci
Maritime jurisdiction and extended continental shelf submissions of Pacific Island states.
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Payment scheme
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Maritime sovereignty
Maritime zones and rights under the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). M = nautical miles.
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History of UNCLOS
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