CCOP Geoscience for a Changing Earth The Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia is an intergovernmental organization of 13 Member Countries: Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Timor-Leste, Thailand and Vietnam, supported by 15 Cooperating Countries and 14 Cooperating Organizations, whose Technical Secretariat is in Bangkok, Thailand.

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It is with sadness to inform you the gloomy news of the passing of Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki, CCOP Honorary Adviser from J...
30/04/2021

It is with sadness to inform you the gloomy news of the passing of Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki, CCOP Honorary Adviser from Japan. Shimazaki-san was mostly remembered as the living history of CCOP. He was present at the actual birth of CCOP, at its first session in Quezon City, Philippines in 1966. From then onwards, he had been actively involved with CCOP’s developments and endeavors.

The CCOP Technical Secretariat and all Member Countries appreciate so much Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki’s deep care about CCOP, and his tireless efforts, support and special devotion and involvement in the World Geoscience Community in CCOP Activities. He was a true member to the "CCOP family" and never missed a chance to contribute both representing Japan to CCOP and later in a role of Honorary Adviser to CCOP.

On behalf of the CCOP Member Countries and the Technical Secretariat, we express the hope that eternal rest be granted unto Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki, may perpetual light shine upon him, and may his soul rest in peace.

It is with sadness to inform you the gloomy news of the passing of Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki, CCOP Honorary Adviser from Japan. Shimazaki-san was mostly remembered as the living history of CCOP. He was present at the actual birth of CCOP, at its first session in Quezon City, Philippines in 1966. From then onwards, he had been actively involved with CCOP’s developments and endeavors.

The CCOP Technical Secretariat and all Member Countries appreciate so much Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki’s deep care about CCOP, and his tireless efforts, support and special devotion and involvement in the World Geoscience Community in CCOP Activities. He was a true member to the "CCOP family" and never missed a chance to contribute both representing Japan to CCOP and later in a role of Honorary Adviser to CCOP.

On behalf of the CCOP Member Countries and the Technical Secretariat, we express the hope that eternal rest be granted unto Dr. Yoshihiko Shimazaki, may perpetual light shine upon him, and may his soul rest in peace.

Just out!The Magnetic Anomaly Map of East and Southeast Asia, Revised Version (3rd Edition) is now available for downloa...
15/02/2021

Just out!

The Magnetic Anomaly Map of East and Southeast Asia, Revised Version (3rd Edition) is now available for download from CCOP and GSJ websites. For more info, see this link, http://ccop.asia/publication-details/97

Many thanks to the Geological Survey of Japan (GSJ), AIST, for this project, in particular Dr. Takemi Ishihara and Dr. Toshihiro Uchida for their painstaking efforts in producing this map. Much appreciation as well goes to the contact persons and data contributors from the CCOP Member Countries, without them this project will not come to its fruition.

Just out!

The Magnetic Anomaly Map of East and Southeast Asia, Revised Version (3rd Edition) is now available for download from CCOP and GSJ websites. For more info, see this link, http://ccop.asia/publication-details/97

Many thanks to the Geological Survey of Japan (GSJ), AIST, for this project, in particular Dr. Takemi Ishihara and Dr. Toshihiro Uchida for their painstaking efforts in producing this map. Much appreciation as well goes to the contact persons and data contributors from the CCOP Member Countries, without them this project will not come to its fruition.

Advances in critical mineral research: A forum in memory of Victor LabsonOrganized by the Geological Survey of Canada, G...
18/01/2021

Advances in critical mineral research: A forum in memory of Victor Labson

Organized by the Geological Survey of Canada, Geoscience Australia, and the United States Geological Survey

Sponsored by the World Community of Geological Surveys and hosted by the American Geosciences Institute

New critical mineral deposits are required to secure the supply of natural resources that are used in today’s advanced technologies. The discovery and sustainable development of these new deposits represents a global chal­lenge. Governments and international geological survey organizations are responding by improved multinational cooperation, data sharing, and through investments in geoscientific research. This Critical Minerals Forum brings together representatives from multiple geological surveys organizations to provide an update on the latest geoscience results and to discuss future critical mineral research.

Presentations will focus on advanced mineral system models that are appli­cable to critical minerals and new methods for modelling mineral potential in buried, remote, and/or other challenging mineral exploration settings. Both of these research themes are included within the new Critical Mineral Mapping Initiative that is being conducted between the Geological Survey of Canada, Geoscience Australia, and the United States Geological Survey. Global efforts to expand this collaboration, including the development of an online geo­chemical portal for critical mineral deposits, will be discussed as part of this special session and is open to further contributions, research, and analysis.

For more information, see https://www.americangeosciences.org/webinars/critical-minerals-forum-2021

Abstract Volume of the 56AS Thematic Session is now available for download from the CCOP webpage, http://ccop.asia/56as7...
16/12/2020

Abstract Volume of the 56AS Thematic Session is now available for download from the CCOP webpage,http://ccop.asia/56as75sc/56asts2020-abstractvolume.pdf

YouTube Livestream (Day 2): https://youtu.be/5LF0rHoZ3ew

Programme of the upcoming 56AS Thematic Session is now available from the this link, http://ccop.asia/56as75sc/56as-them...
09/12/2020

Programme of the upcoming 56AS Thematic Session is now available from the this link,

http://ccop.asia/56as75sc/56as-themSession2020-prgrm.pdf

As announced, this Thematic Session will be livestreamed to YouTube from this link,

https://youtu.be/ZT9XNHYqZpc

Subscribe CCOP Channel, if you have not done so to keep abreast with CCOP's livestreams.

Coming up, the first ever CCOP Annual Session to be held virtually, with 198 registered delegates coming from 14 Member ...
03/11/2020

Coming up, the first ever CCOP Annual Session to be held virtually, with 198 registered delegates coming from 14 Member Countries (Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam); 9 Cooperating Countries (Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, The Netherlands, Russian Federation & United Kingdom); and 9 Cooperating Organizations ( EuroGeoSurveys, IERI, IUGS, IOC/UNESCO, PETRAD, SPC, UNESCO, UKM, and YES-Network).

For more information see the CCOP webpage, http://ccop.asia/activity/458

UNECE WebinarSustainable and integrated natural resource management: Values, principles and requirements 10 September 20...
26/08/2020

UNECE Webinar
Sustainable and integrated natural resource management: Values, principles and requirements

10 September 2020 (Thursday), 14.00 to 15.30 CEST (Geneva time)

To participate in the webinar register before 7 September 2020.

For more information, see this link,
https://www.unece.org/index.php?id=54885&no_cache=1

05/08/2020
Protecting cities from tsunamis and sea level rise | Adam Switzer | IdeasLab

About 400 million people live in Asia’s coastal cities – a number which has grown hugely in the last two decades. As sea levels rise, we will need both to adapt and relocate, says Adam Switzer, Associate Professor at Nanyang Technological University. Innovative engineering to make coasts sustainable will be fundamental to the planet’s future.
World Economic Forum

About 400 million people live in Asia’s coastal cities – a number which has grown hugely in the last two decades. As sea levels rise, we will need both to ad...

2020
22/07/2020

2020

We are all invited to join the WCOGS Post-COVID19 Leaders Forum which will be held on Monday, 29 June 2020 5pm Bangkok t...
25/06/2020

We are all invited to join the WCOGS Post-COVID19 Leaders Forum which will be held on Monday, 29 June 2020 5pm Bangkok time. Datuk Shahar Effendi bin Abdullah Azizi, Chairman of the CCOP Steering Committee and Director-General of the Department of Mineral and Geoscience Malaysia (JMG) will be one of the panelists during the discussion "Perspectives on Post-COVID19 context and prospective actions by Geological Surveys"

You can register at this link, https://lime-alpaca-529.eventbritestudio.com/106129177226

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Governments around the world are presently preoccupied with protecting their populations against the joint catastrophes of the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated economic slowdown. National budgets are under pressure as never before, while governments support the people and businesses affected by this crisis. At the same, there is instability in energy and commodity markets, as well as an ongoing need to continue addressing climate change. The world is experiencing profound changes that will resonate for many years and GSO leaders are worrying about how the new global realities will affect their mandates, goals and budgets.

Following recent discussions at the 2018 Resources for Future Generations conference in Vancouver and at the March 2020 Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada meeting, an initiative to form a World Community of Geological Surveys has taken root. As discussions continue about the mandate and governance of this community, this inaugural event will provide a global forum to debate the potential strategies for GSOs to move forward in this massively changed world. The forum will provide an opportunity for us to learn from each other about how GSOs can support our national governments in economic recovery. A small panel of speakers from all corners of the world will exchange experiences about how resource, environmental and hazard resilience programs can be part of economic stimulus packages and economic recovery. An open discussion will follow to provide opportunities for leaders to add experiences and exchange views.

One of the small benefits of the COVID-19 crisis has been for many of us to become used to using new ways of connecting via video conferencing techniques. This discussion will likewise use Zoom technology to allow all GSO’s of the world to participate at no cost. Please join us for this inaugural session of the World Community of Geological Surveys.

Our hearty congratulations to these 3 geoscientists who have been offered internship at the International Environmental ...
12/06/2020

Our hearty congratulations to these 3 geoscientists who have been offered internship at the International Environmental Research Institute (IERI) – Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea for 5 months from early August to end of December 2020. May your visa applications and travel arrangements go smoothly amidst this trying time. All the best!

This internship program is under CCOP-IERI Cooperation.

CCOP http://ccop.asia/
IERI https://ieri.gist.ac.kr/eng/index.php

The President of Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM, Dr. Bok Chul KIM) recommended me to join th...
01/06/2020

The President of Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM, Dr. Bok Chul KIM) recommended me to join the Stay Strong! Campaign, Corona Overcoming SNS Relay hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Korea. Sincere thanks to President Bok Chul KIM of KIGAM for paving this opportunity for me to contribute to this helpful campaign in invigorating the populace in this trying time.

Nowadays, global world is struggling with the COVID-19 Pandemic. This kind of global infectious disease can be seen many times in human history and can be expected to continue plaguing mankind in the future. I believe that the fight against the Corona virus, which interferes with all human lives, can be defeated and prevented through rapid and accurate information sharing of the global community. CCOP, as an intergovernmental organization, will strive to make our planet safer and will vigorously exert efforts towards the most efficient information sharing in order to overcome this worldwide situation.

I hope that the rapid and accurate global information sharing through international networks will help eradicate Corona and ensure that all human beings have a safe life on the planet.

I recommend this Relay of “Stay Strong” to be continued by Datuk Shahar Effendi Abdullah Azizi, Director General of the Department of Mineral and Geoscience Malaysia (JMG) & Chairman of the CCOP Steering Committee and Dr. Sommai Techawan, Director-General of the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) of the Royal Thai Government & Vice Chairman of CCOP Steering Committee.

한국지질자원연구원 김복철 원장님 추천으로 Stay Strong! 코로나 극복 SNS 릴레이에 동참하게 되었습니다. 우선 저를 추천해 주신 김복철 원장님께 감사의 말씀을 드립니다.
지금 전 세계는 코로나 바이러스와 전쟁을 하고 있습니다 이런 전 지구적인 감염병은 인류의 역사속에서 여러 번 사례를 찾아 볼 수 있고 미래에도 인류를 괴롭힐 것으로 예상할 수 있습니다. 인류의 모든 생활을 방해하는 코로나 바이러스와의 싸움은 국제적인 신속하고 정확한 정보 공유를 통해서 막고 예방 할수 있다고 생각합니다. 정부간 국제 기구인 CCOP는 이런 전지구적인 사태를 극복하고 예방하기 위해서 안전한 지구, 글로벌 정보의 신속 공유 체계 구축을 위해서 노력하겠습니다.
코로나 퇴치를 위한 릴레이는 말레이시아 지질광물조사소 소장이자 CCOP 운영위원회 위원장인 Datuk Shahar Effendi bin Abdullah Azizi 와 태국 광물자원청 청장인 Dr. Sommai Techawan 두분으로 연결되어 지속됩니다.

CCOPTS and the Geological Agency of Indonesia led by its Permanent Representative to CCOP, Rudy Suhendar, had a meeting ...
28/05/2020

CCOPTS and the Geological Agency of Indonesia led by its Permanent Representative to CCOP, Rudy Suhendar, had a meeting this morning discussing mainly on the 56th CCOP Annual Session and the 75th CCOP Steering Committee Meeting scheduled to be held in November 2020.

During the meeting, Pak Rudy announced that from 1 June 2020 he will be retiring from the Geological Agency of Indonesia, as its Head.

CCOPTS is wishing Pak Rudy a great time in retirement. We are going to miss you, but we will never forget you. We thank you for all the support and cooperation extended to CCOP since the beginning of your involvement with CCOP until your term as Indonesia's Permanent Representative. We wish you nothing but the very best for this new chapter in your life!

Congratulations to the CCOP Strategic Plan 2021-2025 Working Group and participants for the successful first meeting car...
21/05/2020

Congratulations to the CCOP Strategic Plan 2021-2025 Working Group and participants for the successful first meeting carried out via Zoom!
There were 14 CCOP Member Countries represented - Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore and Vietnam, and 1 from the United Kingdom.

Special appreciation to Dr. Martin Smith of the British Geological Survey for the facilitation of the discussion. Thanks to the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR), Thailand for the use of its meeting room for CCOPTS and Thai participants.

Minutes of the meeting will be posted soon.

2020
08/05/2020

2020

Time flies indeed so fast!  Today, we bid farewell to the two lovely and bright interns from the Republic of Korea, Jiso...
28/02/2020

Time flies indeed so fast! Today, we bid farewell to the two lovely and bright interns from the Republic of Korea, Jisoo and Juhee. We appreciate your contribution to CCOP for the 6-months stint. Many thanks as well to the ROK Government for this internship support at CCOPTS!

To Jisoo and Juhee, we wish you success in your future endeavors! Do keep in touch! It would be fantastic to see you again sometime in the future.

CCOP is pleased to be co-organizing this event with the Royal Thai Deparment of Mineral Resources (DMR) along with vario...
21/02/2020

CCOP is pleased to be co-organizing this event with the Royal Thai Deparment of Mineral Resources (DMR) along with various Thai academic organizations. See you there!

The Proceedings of the Thematic Session, "Geoscience for Future Earth: Beyond History Toward Mystery", 54th CCOP Annual ...
18/02/2020

The Proceedings of the Thematic Session, "Geoscience for Future Earth: Beyond History Toward Mystery", 54th CCOP Annual Session, 30 October 2018, Busan, Republic of Korea, is now available for download from the CCOP webpage, http://ccop.asia/publication-details/94

You are all invited to the GSj-KU Workshop for Application of Ground Source Heat Pump System to be held this 3rd March a...
11/02/2020

You are all invited to the GSj-KU Workshop for Application of Ground Source Heat Pump System to be held this 3rd March at Kasetsart University, Bangkok Thailand.

For more information about the workshop, click this link,http://ccop.asia/download/2020/20200303GSHPworkshop.pdf

You can register online from this link,
https://forms.gle/sjVkeoDuefXzrqzy7

2020
03/02/2020

2020

Here we are from the CCOP Technical Secretariat, wishing the CCOP family a joyful Christmas and a prosperous year 2020!
17/12/2019

Here we are from the CCOP Technical Secretariat, wishing the CCOP family a joyful Christmas and a prosperous year 2020!

Great news!  Brunei Darussalam Delegation announced their intention to become a Member Country (MC) of CCOP from year 20...
11/12/2019

Great news! Brunei Darussalam Delegation announced their intention to become a Member Country (MC) of CCOP from year 2020 at the 19th ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting on Minerals (ASOMM), 11 December 2019, Bangkok, Thailand.
CCOP is looking forward to officially welcome Brunei as MC in year 2020 and a stronger CCOP with Brunei as the new addition to the ‘family’.

*Photo: CCOP and Brunei Darussalam Delegations at 19th ASOMM

Many familiar faces at the 19th ASOMM, Bangkok, Thailand
11/12/2019

Many familiar faces at the 19th ASOMM, Bangkok, Thailand

Kudos to KIGAM and the Members of the GDR Working Group and all the participants for the impactful kickoff meeting/works...
30/10/2019

Kudos to KIGAM and the Members of the GDR Working Group and all the participants for the impactful kickoff meeting/workshop of the GDR Project!

While in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia for UnCon14, CCOPTS Director Dr Young Joo Lee was interviewed live on Bloomberg TV Mongol...
24/09/2019

While in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia for UnCon14, CCOPTS Director Dr Young Joo Lee was interviewed live on Bloomberg TV Mongolia. See it in youtube, https://youtu.be/KCcHzHsT00w

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You made a signed declaration to act honestly and stand up for what is right when you became the director general of DPIM. Why have you not told your Prime Minister that he was completely wrong to shut-down of the Chatree Gold Mine and that they have complied with all the regulations to protect the environment and health? Why are you still protecting the landowners that attempted to bride Kingsgate in to paying US$10M for land that did not need? She is a criminal and was previous fired from the gold mining company due to her theft. This is an extremely bad look for Thailand and will become a major diplomatic event as the Australian Government and International courts will deem this as a clear expropriation of this investment. International lawyers and academics will cover this case broadly and it will make the Hopewell debacle look small in comparison. Thailand need to show some integrity as the being Thai is now just associated with being self centred and lawless as you attempt to delay to ultimate outcome that we see the poor and under privileged taxpayers pay for their Governments systemic corruption.