Category: Deep Sea Mining

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The Frontier: what is it and how is it used?

Currier & Ives: The Rocky Mountains: Emigrants Crossing the Plains
The Rocky Mountains: Emigrants Crossing the Plains, lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1866. Retrieved from Britannica https://www.britannica.com/topic/American-frontier

The idea of the frontier is often referred to, and employed, as an accepted concept of an empty space that is open to exploration.… Read More

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New Extraction Frontiers

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Role of Contingent Valuation in the Future of Deep Sea Mining

Overview of Deep Sea Mining:

Deep Sea Mining (DSM) is one of the “new extraction frontiers” likely to occur in the near future. DSM is the extraction of minerals from under the seabed, usually 500 meters below sea level.Read More

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A Deep Sea Mining Company is Struggling

In 2011, a Canadian company Nautilus Minerals was awarded both environmental and mining licnese to mine from the seabed off the coast of Papua New Guinea, it was the first project in the world to gain deep sea mining rights.… Read More

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Venturing the Uncharted: Regulation of Deep Sea Fishing in the Arctic

The 21st Century is rife with narratives of threats and opportunities arising out of dramatic climate shifts. Contemporary transfiguration of the Arctic marinescape attest to this trend: for perhaps the first time in 100,000 years, the northern extremities are traversable by deep sea fishing vessels.… Read More