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Russia offers geological, marine mining trainingSunday, March 12, 2017
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE) of the Russian Federation is offering five training places for candidates from developing states, under two separate training programmes, in accordance with its exploration contracts with the International Seabed Authority (ISA) for polymetallic sulphides and cobalt-rich ferromanganese crusts.
Both programmes are divided into two parts: (a) theoretical courses; and (b) at-sea training on board research vessels.
Under the contract for polymetallic sulphides, the MNRE is offering two training places as follows:
a) Part 1: Theoretical course at St Petersburg State University (SPSU) for three weeks during May to June 2017. The curriculum will include geology and mineral resources of the international seabed area; legal, environmental and technical aspects of marine mining; and
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2.Under the contract for cobalt-rich ferromanganese crusts, the MNRE is offering three training places as follows:
a) Part 1: Theoretical course at SPSU for 15 days during May to June 2017. The curriculum will include geology and mineral resources of the international seabed area; deposits of cobalt-rich ferromanganese crusts; methods and technology required in exploration for cobalt-rich ferromanganese crusts; and geological and commercial assessment of the deposits of cobalt-rich manganese crusts; and
b) Part 2: At-sea training on board the R/V GELENDZHIK in the area of the Magellan Seamounts of the Pacific Ocean for approximately 60 days during June – July 2017. Trainees will participate in practical geological work.
For more information on these opportunities, please visit the ISA website at http://bit.ly/2mOMW0X .
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