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Thematic maps covering the whole of the Czech Republic

A number of thematic maps have been compiled at scales of 1 : 500,000 or 1 : 1,000,000 so the whole territory of the Czech Republic is covered on a single sheet. Some of these also include the territory of the Slovak Republic. A number of these printed maps have been published on CD as the Atlas of maps of the Czech Republic GEOČR 500.

Map of the Quaternary deposits and weathering mantle of the CSSR at a scale of 1 : 1,000,000

K. Žebera

Published in 1966.

Map of the Non-metallic Raw Materials of Czechoslovakia at a scale of 1 : 500,000

M. Gabriel, M. Kaličiak

Published in 1991.

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Impact of Mining on the Environment of the Czech Republic at a scale of 1 : 500,000

F. Reichmann

Published in 1992. This map is issued in a Czech and an English version.

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Geomagnetic map of the CR at a scale of 1 : 500,000

K. Šalanský

Published in 1995 compiled using data from Geofyzika Brno, Diamo Stráž pod Ralskem and MND Hodonín.

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Metallogenic map of the CSSR at a scale of 1 : 500,000

V. Sattran, J. Ilavský

This map shows the location and ages of separate types of metallic and selected non-metallic raw materials (fluorite, barite, gypsum, graphite, magnesite, talc, asbestos, rock salt etc.) on a base map depicting the geology and structure of the Czech and Slovak Republics (formerly the CSSR). Contributions to this map were made by V. Sattran (the CSR and the chronological scheme of ore mineralization in the Czech Massif; J. Ilavský (the SSR and the chronological scheme of ore mineralization in the West Carpathians), in cooperation with J.H. Bernard (classification of ore mineral associations); J. Pokorný (compilation of the legend); K. Pošmourný (Compilation of the legend using the geological base map of the CSR together with the Metallogenic maps of the CSSR at a scale of 1 : 200,000).
Published in 1968.

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Aeromagnetic map of the CSSR at a scale of 1 : 1,000,000

O. Man

Published in 1968.

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Palinspastic Maps of the West Carpathian Neogene at a scale of 1 : 1,000,000

M. Kováč, I. Cícha, Z. Stráník, I. Krystek

Published in 1989.

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Tectonic map of the CSSR at a scale of 1 : 1,000,000

O. Kodym, O. Fusán, A. Matějka

Published in 1968.

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Map of the Younger Tectonic Structures of the Czech Massif at a scale of 1 : 500,000

A. Kopecký

Published in 1989.

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Hydrogeological Map of the CSSR at a scale of 1 : 1,000,000

V. Myslil

This map depicts hydrogeological units and their properties, in particular the important bodies of ground water.
Published in 1968.

Map of the Mineral Waters of the CSSR at a scale of 1 : 500,000

M. Uherčíková

This map shows the distribution and types of mineral waters found in the Czech Republic. It shows the overall regional pattern and the location of individual sources of mineral water as a specific national resource. Details of the chemical composition of different types of water and their various uses are given as well as indications of areas in which new resources could be discovered. The map was compiled in the 1970s and 1980s under the direction of O. Frank from former Geological Institute of Dionýz Štúr in Bratislava and Margareta Kolářová from former Central Geological Institute in Prague. Some specialists from other research institutes took part in the compilation of the map (Balneological Research Institute in Prague, Geographical and Geophysical Institute of the Academy of Sciences CR, Department of Geology in the Faculty of Science of Charles University in Prague and Comenius University in Bratislava) as well as from other survey organizations (IGHP Žilina, GP Ostrava), and the government Czech Spa Inspectorate of the Ministry of Health.

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