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Marine aggregates comprise near-shore deposits of non-metallic detrital minerals and calcium carbonate. They occur both on beaches and on deeper seabed areas and are principally mined for use in the construction industry. Concentrated into their present occurrences by hydrodynamic processes, aggregates may have originally been deposited by mechanisms such as river or glacial deposition.
Metadata Contact: Geological Survey Ireland (GSI), Ireland, Date Stamp: 2019-04-16
The GSI, as partner and Work Package 7 (Minerals) leader of EMODnet Geology Phase II, are compiling information on the distribution of known marine aggregate deposits in European waters. EMODnet partners are submitting the spatial extent of mapped aggregate deposits and established information; here you can view data collated and harmonised thus far. The aggregate deposits presented here comprise near-shore deposits of non-metallic detrital minerals and calcium carbonate. They occur both on beaches and deeper seabed areas. Marine aggregate deposits are principally extracted for use in the construction industry. Concentrated into their present occurrences by hydrodynamic processes, aggregates may have originally been deposited by mechanisms such as river or glacial deposition.
Metadata Contact: Geological Survey Ireland (GSI), Ireland, Date Stamp: 2019-04-16
Marine aggregates comprise near-shore deposits of non-metallic detrital minerals and calcium carbonate. They occur both on beaches and on deeper seabed areas and are principally mined for use in the construction industry. Concentrated into their present occurrences by hydrodynamic processes, aggregates may have originally been deposited by mechanisms such as river or glacial deposition.
Metadata Contact: Geological Survey Ireland (GSI), Ireland, Date Stamp: 2019-04-16
The aggregate deposits presented here comprise near-shore deposits of non-metallic detrital minerals and calcium carbonate. They occur both on beaches and deeper seabed areas. Marine aggregate deposits are principally extracted for use in the construction industry. Concentrated into their present occurrences by hydrodynamic processes, aggregates may have originally been deposited by mechanisms such as river or glacial deposition.
Metadata Contact: Geological Survey Ireland (GSI), Ireland, Date Stamp: 2019-04-16
Metadata Contact: British Geological Survey, United Kingdom, Date Stamp: 2019-04-16
This data set is a compilation of all known marine points with geological knowledge. From this index, you can get an overview on available geological knowledge for European seas together with contact information for further details.
Metadata Contact: EMODnet Geology, Danmark, Date Stamp: 2019-04-16
Metadata Contact: British Geological Survey, United Kingdom, Date Stamp: 2019-04-16
Metadata Contact: British Geological Survey, United Kingdom, Date Stamp: 2019-04-16
Metadata Contact: British Geological Survey, United Kingdom, Date Stamp: 2019-04-16
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