Seismic surveys testing: NZ deep sea oil gas exploration, maui dolphin...
Seismic surveys confirm deep sea oil and gas exploration operations have no adverse effects on the maui dolphins. Seismic surveys also produce detailed informat...
seismicsurvey.co.nz is 2 years old.
We haven't dedected Alexarank. You can update report in the following button.
SLD (Second Level Domain) length
is too long for SEO and memorable.
Domain TLD (Top Level Domain) is co.nz
IP address is 220.127.116.11.
hosted in New Zealand
registered by Modica Group - OneSquared
on 16-11-2014PEPANZ has the seismicsurvey.co.nz
made with PHP/5.4.45-3+deb.sury.org~precise+1.
hosted with Apache.
Seismic surveys testing: NZ deep sea oil gas exploration, maui dolphins effects - PEPANZ
Seismic surveys confirm deep sea oil and gas exploration operations have no adverse effects on the maui dolphins. Seismic surveys also produce detailed information of the location and size of oil and gas reservoirs, without having to disturb the land or seabed.
Geo IP provides you such as latitude, longitude and ISP (Internet Service Provider) etc. informations.
Our GeoIP service has found where is host seismicsurvey.co.nz . hosted in New Zealand and accessing the internet through .
GOVERNMENT SAFETY GUIDELINES FOR SEISMIC SURVEYING
MĀUI’S DOLPHIN: SPECIES OF CONCERN
HOW LOUD IS A MARINE SEISMIC SURVEY
WHY DO WE NEED TO USE SEISMIC SURVEYS?
Seismic surveying is a vital part of exploring for oil and gas. That makes it critical to producing the energy we need to power our homes and businesses
Seismic surveys produce detailed images of the various rock types and their location beneath the earth’s surface. This information can tell us the location and size of oil and gas reservoirs, without having to disturb the land or seabed.
Seismic data acquisition involves applying a seismic energy source at a surface location. The resulting energy is reflected back from interfaces where rock properties change.
Once data has been collected it must be interpreted by geophysicists. The results are compared with other data to enhance the accuracy of the reading. This often produces detailed understanding of underlying geology to depths of more than 10km.
Seismic surveying is an established science with strict requirements and operational procedures set in place to ensure marine habitats remain undamaged by exploration activities. The oil and gas industry uses extensive environmental management plans to ensure all operations are conducted safely and responsibly.
Offshore seismic surveys must adhere to the Department of Conservation’s (DOC) Code of Conduct for minimising acoustic disturbance to marine mammals.
As New Zealanders we need to protect the Māui’s dolphin from real threats that may cause a further decline in population.
The Māui’s dolphin is the world’s rarest marine dolphin, with fewer than 100 left in the wild. The subspecies is found in inshore waters on the west coast of the North Island, commonly within about five nautical miles of the shore.
The sound from seismic surveying is comparable to many naturally occurring marine sounds – including those made by animals themselves.
Here in New Zealand we have 18 sedimentary basins – with only one of those basins (Taranaki) currently producing oil and gas.
By conducting seismic surveys (both onshore and offshore) we are able to get a better understanding of what kind of petroleum potential lies beneath our land and seas – without a huge environmental effect.
The oil and gas industry here in New Zealand currently employs 7,500 kiwis nationwide, contributing billions to our national economy and providing energy security for kiwi households.
And that is just from one of our basins.
TECHNOLOGY: PASSIVE ACOUSTIC MONITORING SYSTEMS
OPERATORS UNDERTAKING A SEISMIC SURVEY ARE REQUIRED TO:
LEVEL 1 MITIGATION ZONES
LEVEL 1 MITIGATION ZONES
THREATS TO MAUI’S DOLPHINS INCLUDE:
NEW ZEALAND'S SEDIMENTARY BASINS
Under the Code there are three mitigation zones for surveys, determined according to the sensitivity of the marine mammals to which they apply and the potential effect of the sound levels likely to be encountered at that distance from the source. The diagram opposite outlines the key distances.
In this section, you can reach when the website was registered, when it will be expire, what is contact details of the site with the following informations.
seismicsurvey.co.nz has 2 years old.
seismicsurvey.co.nz registered by Modica Group - OneSquared.
seismicsurvey.co.nz taken by PEPANZ
and it will be expired on 16/11/2016
HTTP Header information is a part of HTTP protocol that a user's browser sends to
containing the details of what the browser wants and will accept back from the web server. Http Headers of Seismicsurvey.co.nz