Brian McConnell of the Geological Survey of Ireland told MidWest Radio: "There's a large fault system which runs down the West Coast of Ireland, and which drops the Rockall trough down from the Irish continental shelf, down into much deeper water off the west.
What does GSI stand for?
GSI stands for Geological Survey of Ireland (est. 1845)
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Enda Gallagher, of the Geological Survey of Ireland, which is overseeing the survey, added: ``The maps will serve the extractive sector in its search for mineral deposits, like sands, gravel and hydrates.
The Geological Survey of Ireland wants to map vulnerable areas across all regions.
A new tsunami committee will be drawn from Government departments and agencies including Met Eireann, the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Marine Institute.
The minister said: "The Geological Survey of Ireland is co-ordinating a national initiative to develop a proposal for an early warning system within international frameworks.
Earlier this year the Geological Survey of Ireland completed a four-year project mapping Ireland's groundwater .
Enda Gallagher, of the Geological Survey of Ireland, said: "This will have benefits for many facets of Irish life, including the commercial and academic worlds.