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EXTENDED CONTINENTAL SHELF DELIMITATION. The Seychelles Experience (cont.). The Seychelles Experience By Patrick R Joseph Ag. Managing Director, Seychelles National Oil Company Chairman, Extended Continental Shelf Sub-committee March 31 st – April 2 nd 2003, GRID Arendal, Norway.

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extended continental shelf delimitation

EXTENDED CONTINENTAL SHELF DELIMITATION

The Seychelles Experience (cont.)

The Seychelles Experience

By

Patrick R Joseph

Ag. Managing Director, Seychelles National Oil Company

Chairman, Extended Continental Shelf Sub-committee

March 31st – April 2nd 2003, GRID Arendal, Norway

slide2

Structure of the presentation

  • Introduction
  • Composition of the Extended Continental Shelf Sub-Comm.
  • The area of interest
  • Current Status
  • Data Coverage
  • Data Management
  • Difficulties & Limitations
slide3

General Location Map

East Africa

Seychelles Plateau

Mascarene Ridge

Saya de Malha

Madagascar

article 76 is short but complex
Article 76 is short but complex

We fully understand that delineation of the extended continental shelf

is a complex scientific and legal exercise that requires expertise in

the fields of geoscience, law and IT.

No single government body could handle this task

Decided to set up the Extended Continental Shelf Sub-committee

We also seek the experience of international consultants when

necessary

Team work

the extended continental shelf sub committee
The Extended Continental Shelf Sub-committee

The sub-committee brings together local experts in the different fields.

  • Seychelles National Oil Company – geophysicist, geologist
  • Seychelles Coast Guard - hydrographer
  • Geo-informatics div, MLUH - GIS experts
  • Seychelles Bureau of standards - sci-tech studies coord. (bibliographic information repository)
  • Seychelles Fishing Authority -living resources
slide6

Area of Interest

55E

65E

4S

10S

slide7

Current Status

Working towards the completion of a desktop study

  • Available data compilation
  • Interpretation & model generation
  • Resources evaluation

Desktop Study

Aim

To generate adequate & accurate

information to enable govt.

to decide on whether to

proceed with a claim.

slide9

Gridded Sedimentary Thickness

Source : GEODAS

contoured using Arc scene

slide11

Data Management

  • Currently setting up a computerised meta-database
  • - all participating bodies have submitted table structures
  • - brainstorming to come up with a data model
  • The Tech Comm. is helping to finalise a national data policy
  • Quality Assurance procedures to be implemented by all parties
  • The MBDP database will serve as a pilot study for creation of
  • Seychelles Geoscience Data Centre (SGDC)
  • Data will be stored at respective organisation until SGDC ready
slide12

Data Management (computerisation)

PC Network

LAN / WAN

Linux

Database Engine

Windows

Main Server

- ARCGIS 8 is currently the graphical front end. CARIS LOTS will subsequently be used

slide13

Difficulties & Limitations

  • Limited financial resources (competing with other National priorities)
  • Limited human resources (experts not 100% committed to
  • project)
  • Seychelles is remotely located (access to workshops &
  • conferences)
  • Data hunting can be tedious
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