TENDER - Seismic and multibeam data off the Faroe Islands
As part of activities in relation to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) Article 76, GEUS intends to acquire seismic and multibeam data off the Faroe Islands. The seismic survey will cover a total of approximately 1000-km in the area north of the Faroe Islands and approximately 2000-km in the area south of the Faroe Islands. The multibeam data will be south of the Faroe Islands. The minimum survey will consist of approximately 10.000 km2 and additional 30.000 km2 of data is considered. The tender must be send to GEUS not later than 19. March 2007.
Invitation to tender - pdf-file ~150kb
spec_multibeam_survey_north_atlantic_2007.pdf - pdf-file ~250kb
Acquisition of multichannel seismic data off the Faroe Islands
enclosure_1_seismic_survey_spec_2007.pdf - pdf-file ~280kb
Acquisition and Processing of of Multibeam and gravity data off the Faroe Islands
enclosure_2_survey specs_multibeam_2007.pdf - pdf-file ~230kb
DRAFT Agreement - Seismic acquisition off Northern Faroe Islands - pdf-file ~230kb
DRAFT Agreement - Acquisition and processing of Multibeam data off Northern Faroe Islands - pdf-file ~230kb
The Faroe Survey Area for Multibeam acquisition 2007 - pdf-file ~130kb
annex_mb_2007.zip - zip-file ~70kb
Jens Jørgen Møller
LOMROG 2007 cruise with the Swedish icebreaker Oden north of Greenland
The Danish Continental Shelf Project is presently preparing for a cruise with the Swedish icebreaker Oden to the area north of Greenland.
EU Tender (Open Procedure) - Purchase of seismic winch system mounted in a 20 ft. container
As part of activities in relation to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) Article 76, GEUS intends to purchase a seismic winch system mounted in a 20 ft. container
Back from the Arctic Ocean after a successful expedition
After six weeks of hard work the Canadian and Danish scientists are now back home after a challenging but successful expedition to the Arctic Ocean. Despite terrible weather conditions they succeeded to retrieve important seismic data of good quality up from the bottom of the Arctic Ocean. Now they can begin to process the data.
"I am happy and very satisfied with our results. The expedition has been a success even if we did not succeed to get all the data, we had planed," says Trine Dahl-Jensen from GEUS, who has been the leader of the LORITA-1 expedition together with Ruth Jackson from Geological Survey of Canada.
Read the 14th and last Field Report from the LORITA-1 expedition.
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