Polymetallic

Some articles on polymetallic:

International Seabed Authority - Current Activities
... for specific seabed areas in which they were authorized to explore for polymetallic nodules ... for authorization to explore for polymetallic nodules, coming for the first time from private firms in developing island nations of the Pacific ... of regulations governing exploration for polymetallic nodules ...
National Institute Of Oceanography, India - Research Contribution
... An example of the dual role is a project on polymetallic nodules that has been sponsored by the Government of India at the institute for well over 25 years ... On 26 January 1981, NIO hauled up polymetallic nodules from a depth of 4,800 m in the western Indian Ocean using its first research vessel, RV Gaveshani ... This project, together with exploration for polymetallic nodules, established close ties between NIO and the then Department of Ocean Development and subsequently the Ministry of ...
Natural Resource Economics - Perpetual Resources Vs. Exhaustibility - Trend Towards Perpetual Resources
... More recently, polymetallic sulfide deposits have been discovered and polymetallic sulfide "black muds" are being presently deposited from "black smokers" The cobalt scarcity situation of 1978 has a ... averaging 29.9% zinc, 2.3% lead, and 0.5% copper from massive ocean-bottom polymetallic sulfide deposits using an underwater vacuum cleaner-like device that combines some current technologies in a new way ...
National Institute Of Ocean Technology - Programs - Deep Sea Mining
... The deep ocean has abundant mineral resources like polymetallic nodules, cobalt rich manganese crust and hydrothermal deposits ... group of NIOT has been actively involved in the development of technology for Polymetallic nodule mining from 6000m water depth ... The Polymetallic nodules containing copper, cobalt, nickel and manganese are viewed as potential resources to meet the increasing demand for these metals in our country ...
Rum Jungle, Northern Territory - Brown's Oxide Project
... That document referred to the proposed development of a large-scale mining project, the Browns Polymetallic Project, that would produce lead, cobalt, copper, nickel and silver over a project life of at least 15 years ... As indicated in the 2001 Referral, Compass considered that the Browns Polymetallic Project was a ‘nuclear action’ under the EPBC Act, on the basis that ... Compass suspended its work on the polymetallic proposal in 2002 when low metal prices caused the withdrawal of Compass’s financial partner (Doe Run) ...