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South Korea has won exclusive rights to explore underwater manganese mines in the West Pacific Ocean. Here’s more.
This is the Strait of Magellan in the West Pacific, located 2,800 kilometers southeast of Korea. An underwater camera image shows that the bottom of the sea is covered with a solid material. It is a manganese pavement created by the accumulation of metal elements contained in seawater. The layer is called a black bonanza, as it is rich in substances such as manganese, cobalt and rare earth elements. These are key materials for state-of-the-art products.
[Soundbite] Sohn Seung-kyu(KIOST) : “The concentration of tellurium and other rare metals, which are used in semiconductors and electronics, is over 10-thousand times higher than the average amount buried in the earth’s crust.”
The International Seabed Authority (ISA) granted South Korea the exclusive right to explore and develop the Strait of Magellan, which measures 3,000 square kilometers. It is estimated that 40 million tons of manganese pavements are buried there. So South Korea is expected to enjoy economic benefits totaling over 5.2 billion U.S. dollars for 20 years if it produces one million tons of marine minerals a year in the region.
[Soundbite] Heo Man-wook(Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries ) : “Through early acquisition of resources in the open water, we can get a head start and competitive edge over other countries in developing marine resources.”
The government plans to begin a full-scale exploration after signing a formal contract with the ISA by 2018.