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This study summarizes the compilation and cartographic works of seabed mineral deposit types in pan-European seas developed under the GeoERA-MINDeSEA project. In total , 692 occurrences and 1194 individual mineral samples of volcanogenic massive sulphides and hydrothermal mineralisation; ferromanganese crusts; phosphorites; marine placer deposits;...
FRAME started out with very definite objectives that built on previously available data developed in past EU projects (e.g., M4EU, EuRare, ProSUM, PROMINE and SCRREEN). As we fast approach the end of the GeoERA projects, in which FRAME is included, many are the achievements and substantial leaps forward in information gathering, data harmonisation...
This paper synthesizes the geology of the Atlantic Margin off the coast of Iberia and surrounding Abyssal Plains using published thematic mapping freely downloadable from EMODNET-Geology portal at different scales. Selected information was chosen in order to highlight mineral occurrences and natural hazards overlaid on geological and morphological...
A GIS catalogue of gas seeps around the Iberian Margin has been performed for the first time in the framework of the EMODNET-Geology-3 European project. Gas seep-related features include mud volcanoes and pockmarks but also other indicators of seabed fluid venting as the occurrence of methane-derived authigenic carbonates (MDACs) and chemosynthetic...
EMODnet es una iniciativa de la Comisión Europea (“Estrategia para el Conocimiento Marino 2020”) creada con el fin de desarrollar una infraestructura europea de datos marinos y facilitar el uso y acceso a la información a organismos gubernamentales, la industria y centros de investigación.
Extensive mud volcanism, mud diapirism and carbonate chimneys related to hydrocarbon-rich fluid venting are observed throughout the Spanish–Portuguese margin of the Gulf of Cádiz. All the mud volcanoes and diapirs addressed in this paper lie in the region of olistostrome/accretionary complex units which were emplaced in the Late Miocene in response...