September 16, 2020 – The Royal Mount Vema Society for Geological Survey will be receiving additional funding this year to better perform its assigned tasks. A government source told VSBCnews.
Although Vema Seamount is currently classified as an extinct volcano, the Royal Mount Vema Society for Geological Survey which was formed by His Majesty King Peter Goldishman in May, 12th 2017, to advance geoscientific knowledge of the Kingdom of Mount Vema by means of systematic surveying and research, continues to monitor and study Vema Seamount's volcanology, and hazardous, to predict and record eruptive activity, to mitigate any volcanic hazards to life and property.
The additional funding will boost the RMVSGS's ability to advise His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government on all aspects of geoscience, as well as providing impartial advice on geological matters to the public, academics and industry.
The scientific agency plans to employ more volcanologists to continue the studying of Vema Seamount, and maintain a close observation. The major focus is to predict to mitigate any volcanic hazards to life and property.