We aim to investigate the geological structure of all offshore areas, particularly those within our maritime authority, in order to uncover subterranean resources, to generate information and scientific infrastructure services connected to coastal and offshore areas, and to convey scientific infrastructure information produced by employing current technologies with environmental protection awareness to the public in a healthy and timely manner.

Apart from our own original study, we hope to collaborate with other national and/or international institutions, organizations, and universities, as well as engage as an executive or supporter in earth scientific studies conducted in our oceans and train specialist researchers

Investigation, exploration, and discovery of known geological structures in land areas under the sea, natural resources under the seabed, preparation of reports, inventories, and maps using data collected from the sea, investigation of active faults lying beneath the seabed, and determination of potential disaster risks such as earthquakes, tsunamis, and submarine landslides are all things that come to mind in this context. Developing infrastructure information for the potential use of coastal areas with engineering geology projects in shallow areas such as bays, bays, and lagoons, researching marine pollution caused by environmental interactions and developing a data infrastructure in this direction, historical artifacts in our sea areas or assets formed by geological processes, touristic, economic, and with the goal of revealing their cultural potentials and developing joint projects is the act of planning.