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The task of the Czech Geological Survey, established in 1919, is to provide the state geological service for the Czech Republic. The Czech Geological Survey is the national organization with the statutory responsibility to gather, store and interpret geological information so that the state administration can take appropriate decisions about national economic and environmental issues. It provides the results of systematic regional geological mapping and investigation to all interested persons.

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The CGS is authorized to function as the state geological service in the whole territory of the Czech Republic. Within the frame of its research activities, the CGS provides expert advice to support decision-making on issues of state and public interest, report compilation and expert activities, conducting and interpretation of geological works, etc.
Download the Czech Geological Survey Annual Report 2012.
Information on dumping sites for mining waste posing serious environmental or health hazard.
Provides map applications, which allow access to geoscientific data from geodatabases and the Digital archive of the CGS.
Offers a rich photographic doccumentation to the collections stored in the Czech Geological Survey.
The chief aim of this project is to review the groundwater resources in selected areas of the Czech Republic, as well as their circulation and protection. The data acquired will be used to enable optimum exploitation and protection of the groundwater.

Partners of the Czech Geological Survey

Ministry of Environment OneGeology-Europe EuroGeoSurveys

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Czech Geological Survey
Klárov 3
118 21 Praha 1
Czech Republic
+420 257 089 411 (Switchboard)
+420 257 089 500 (Secretariat of the Director)
secretar@geology.cz