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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 has 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. More

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Press release announcing the CO2–SPICER project

April 16, 2021

The Czech Geological Survey has issued a press release reporting about implementation of the Czech-Norwegian project CO2– SPICER ... (full text)

Publication by Maierová et al. in Communications Earth & Environment"

April 13, 2021

The Bohemian Massif is a key area for understanding of the process of the Tibetan-Himalayan-type continental collision, ... (full text)
3D model Střešovice

Geological 3D model for planning of the Střešovice railway tunnel in Prague available for interactive online viewing

April 3, 2021

A new geological 3D model for planning of the Střešovice railway tunnel in Prague 6 (J. Franěk et al. 2020) has been added ... (full text)
CO2-SPICER - leaflet

CO2-SPICER project information leaflet for download

March 25, 2021

The Czech Geological Survey has prepared a leaflet informing about main aims and activities of the CO2-SPICER project, in ... (full text)
conference Czech-Norwegian Cooperation on CCS

Czech-Norwegian conference on CO2 capture and storage took place online

March 9, 2021

On 5 March 2021, the Czech Geological Survey organized the conference Czech-Norwegian Cooperation on CCS, focused on the ... (full text)
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