ASGI - Automated System of Geological Information application allows unified access and parametric search of reports and opinions saved in all CGS archives. It’s primarily documentation of Geofond department archive under the Act of geological projects and expert outputs from organization since it’s foundation. Besides detail information about reports allows thumbnail of digitized documents. Some documents from another geological organizations archives are also available.
Map application uses common web browser to view the web services (WMS, WFS) of geological maps of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic in the scale of the 1:500 000. At the same time it offers with two codelists: lithology and the chronostratigraphy. GeoSCiML items are provided with a non-structural text description in English.
Calendar of Events for project 'Continuing education of CGS employees (Moravia) in new trends of realization and management of research'. Project is funded by Operational Programme Education for Competitivness of Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports and ESF.
Calendar of Events application of project 'Continuing education of CGS employees vulnerable in the labor market' supported by OPPA (Operational Programme Prague - Adaptability). Project is focused to target groups of employees in Prague.
Decorative stones application provides access to the database of Decorative stones in the Czech Republic. It allows search information about decorative stones by commercial name, petrography, physico-mechanical properties of rocks, mineral composition, color, granuality, mining location and way of use.
Map server application allows access to the database of decorative stones. It is a valuable resource for preserving the cultural heritage of the Czech Republic. The application contains the localities from which decorative stones were extracted and the localities where decorative stones were used.
Application makes the records of all the documentary material to the mapping actions. Documentary material is sorted and stored in wooden crates for samples in the CGS depository in Lužná near Rakovník.
This map application Mining impacts (Abandoned Mine Lands, Underground Mines) displays basic information about mine workings, undermined areas and sites used for the disposal of mining waste in the same map window.
Applications for online shop of the Czech Geological Survey,
the largest publisher of geological literature in the Czech Republic.
E-shop offers around 2600 products, both from our own production and from other publishing houses.It sells mainly maps, books, journals but also DVDs, CDs or field work equipment. It does not focus only on specialists in geosciences, it provides books for children or for wide public as well.
CGS photo archive application makes large historical and contemporary photographic documentation of the CGS from the Czech Republic and abroad accessible to public. This application allows the user to search photos according to the information about the author, year of origin, localization (based on administrative units), geological classification, geological age and geological localities. Predefined galleries (series of thematic images) are available as well (e.g. Lipno dam construction 1958–1959 or Expedition to the Antarctic 2004–2009).
Application gives access the gallery of art contest with geological theme for children and youth ‚My piece of the Earth‘, which is organized every year since 2007 by the Czech Geological Survey and the Ministry of the Environment.
The general catalogue is the scanned index of books, periodicals and off-prints covering the period 1850 -1986. It contains about 125,000 entries. The catalogue is sorted according to substantives in the name of the publication (including periodicals), and the names of authors. The catalogue was set up in 2001 and it is currently being updated.
This map application contains information on geophysical measurements mainly made by Geofyzika Brno since the early 1950s. Areas covered by regional surveys are depicted on 1:200 000 scale maps and local small-scale measurements at scale of 1:50 000.
Application National geoscience bibliography - GeoLib contains bibliographic records of geological documents for geological and mineralogical bibliography or register RIV. Records are provided to unified application. User can search articles, books, book chapters, proceedings articles and maps.
Scanned bibliographical catalogue contains 100,000 entries of articles, papers, offprints and books published in the Czech and Slovak Republic (former Czechoslovakia) during the years 1928-1989. It's alphabetically sorted by author. Now it is closed.
On-line geological encyclopedia application allows database based on publication "Malá encyklopedie geologie" (Small Geological Encyclopedy) which was published by prof. Jan Petránek in 1993. Publication was digitized with his support and supplemented by new terms. Illustrations was redrawn by J. Synek and some of terms has additional photos.
Map server application gives access to the results of the geological mapping of the Czech Republic at a scale of 1 : 25,000, which has been underway since 1999. Maps describe bedrock and quaternary geology, additional derived maps (mineral resources maps, maps of environmental geofactors) produced since 2008 are currently available for download as PDF files in Czech version.
Map server application presents geological map of the Czech Republic at a scale of 1 : 50 000, into which the geological legend of the Czech Republic is incorporated. This application enables access to other datasources such as waste dumps, geochemical measurements, analyses of surface waters or significant geological localities, decorative stones etc.
Application makes available 940 digital printed and manuscriptive geological maps at the scale of 1: 25,000 from the CGS Archive (1955-2001), including manuscriptive, graphic supplements and printed text legends for the maps. User can search maps by map sheet or coordinate system. Application works with static data and raster images. It's free available on web in demo version (district Vysočina), full version is on DVD-ROM (e-shop).
Application allows selection of scanned map sheets of historical geoscience maps before 1918 from Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia, Slovakia and adjacent territory of Europe. An index of authors contains biographical notes on distinguished authors including their contemporary portraits (only of half of the displayed authors). Application works with static data and raster images. It's available in Czech, English and Slovak language mutation. Full version is distributed on DVD (e-shop), free demo version is available on the web.
Map application is usable directly in the field thanks to its geolocation using GPS. It briefly and clearly describes geologically interesting sites in the Czech Republic (over 1300 geosites) - natural geological outcrops, caves and karst phenomenon, landslides and subsidences, remains of human activities, mainly of mining origin, museums with geological expositions, outdoor geological exhibits and geoparks. Description of the geosite includes a photo, note of its protection and other references. Moreover one can choose layer Decorative stones as well as Inventory of mine workings with basic information about displayed objects. Web application is an independent platform and it works in all modern browsers on any device (both desktop and mobile).
Application allows synopsis of study material, including rock and mineral samples from the Bohemian Massif and a part of the West Carpathians, deposited in Collections of the CGS. The collections are included in the Central Registry of Museum-type Collections (CES evidence) with the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic. Setting up of the Collection and its utilization is regulated by the law 122/2000 Sb. The most valuable part of the fund is kept in premises (Collections) in the CGS building, Klárov, Praha 1. The other parts of collections are kept in the CGS depository in Lužná near Rakovník.
This application "Geologically documented objects" enables the user to buy his selected data from the database of the geologically documented objects of the Czech Republic (scil. borehole database) managed by the CGS using credit on his account. The database covers the territory of the CR and contains information on about 687 000 documented objects (boreholes, shafts, quarries, caves, wells, surface streams, reservoirs etc.) including 615 000 borehole profiles and 95 000 hydrogeological records. To find the desired objects the user can use a built-in map application or search the database by attributes.
Application of Dictionary of geology is an electronic version of the geological dictionary compiled by Otakar Zeman, Karel Beneš and co-authors published by Academia Praha publishing house in 1985. Some missing terms were added by: Zdeněk Kukal, Petr Hradecký, Vladislav Rapprich and Marcela Stárková.
Map server application presents the results of the geological maps of the Czech Republic at a scale of 1 : 500 000. Maps describe bedrock geology and additional derived maps: radon risk, engineering–geological zones and quaternary geology.
This map server application displays the hydrogeological zones of the Czech Republic territory as defined in 2005 at a scale of 1 : 50,000. It contains 3 layers: upper layer, basal cretaceous collector, base layer.
This application allows to search the number of surface water samples (sampling points) in the Czech Republic between 1984-1996 on map sheets in the scale of 1 : 50 000, specifying their acid-base reactions, specific conductivity and with a list of other analysed elements (without specific values).
Map server application provides an overview of the surface water chemistry in the Czech Republic between 2007-2010, when there was a dramatic decrease in acid deposition and significant improvement in wastewater treatment. It‘s the main factors affecting the chemistry of surface streams. For the selected components shows the change from conditions in the years 1984-1996. It is a period when there was probably the greatest pollution of surface waters and their affected by acid rain. Choropleth maps shows the average composition of the surface water in the nearby area (regardless of the basin), the specific results of the analysis are available for each sampling point.
Map application of situation and details of registered mining waste repository in the Czech Republic. Color differentiation of mining waste repositories distinguishes category and level of exploration.
Application of "Geohazards - Catalogue of geological risks" allows structured informations about potential risk geofactors in the Czech Republic, the most important relevant data sources and relevant legislation.
These e-catalogues contain the titles of books (since 1981), offprints (since 1990), electronic publications, periodicals to which the CGS library subscribes, and classified lists of papers about the geology of the Czech Massif and related geological units by Czech and foreign authors published in Czech and foreign periodicals, and monographs deposited in the library collection (since 1985). Catalogue of the earlier publications is currently being completed. Currently is possible to search in database of Ministry of the Environment Library, which was closed. This source has signature prefix ZP.
CGS map server application allows statistical data of radon hazard for Czech's administrative units. Data was processed by CGS and State Office for Nuclear Safety under the Czech Republic Radon Program. Application operates with the Geological map 1 : 50,000 and 1 : 500,000. It's possible to generate komplex radon information in PDF format for municipality centroids.
Application displays Radon index map of the bedrock of the Czech Republic at a scale of 1 : 50,000 from mapping activities during 1999–2005. It's possible to search by year of publishing, map name and map sheet number. Application is available also on CD-ROM (e-shop).
Database application of digital map archive contains a large collection of geoscientific maps and manuscript documents from the Czech Republic and the world. Map documents are mainly produced by CGS and its predecessors. It is possible to carry out detailed searches using map applications by means of which previews of digitized documents and other detailed information can be obtained (explanation, legend, geological cross sections, etc). For most of the map is available on-line thumbnails.
Map application allows location and displaying maps from the Czech Republic, which are stored in the archive of the CGS. The result of the search is a bibliographic information and a link to the preview of scanned maps.
CGS Metadata catalogue is the central access point to search information (metadata) about data sources that are maintained and provided for public by the Czech Geological Survey. It is based on MIcKA system, which enables the user to work with metadata of spatial data in accordance with international standards (ISO, OGC and INSPIRE). Metadata are administered centrally in a database, edited and viewed through a web interface, and published by means of a standardized catalogue service (CS-W).
The Interlibrary service enables CGS library users to obtain documents related to their scientific interests from other libraries in the Czech Republic or from libraries abroad if these are not held in the CGS Library. This may involve interlibrary loans of books or the supply of articles copied from journals or proceedings. This service is provided free to the staff of CGS; the costs of the interlibrary service are covered by the CGS Division of Informatics. For other users a fee is charged for this service to cover the costs involved.
This map application gives access to basic information about registered objects (mine workings) or indications of workings listed in the register of old mine workings. Czech Geological Survey was commissioned by Ministery of the Enviroment to administrate the register.
This application is used to on-line reporting of mine working impacts. According to Mining Act any person who detects an old mine working or its surface impact must report this immediately to the MoE of the Czech Republic.
Web application providing access to information on experts opinions of Czech Geological Survey (CGS). This expert opinions were drawn up by CGS district geologists and associated specialists according to the equirements of government authorities of the Czech Republic of all levels.
This map application displays the abandoned sites used for disposal of mining waste that create a significant hazard for the environment and human health. Information about the type of hazard and the level of risk is included.
The application displays review of the Czech Geological Survey current events at the RSS version 2.0 format. You can display and receive content of this channel by the majority of modern web browsers, by specialized RSS readers or by using a web application supporting the function of RSS reader.
Application searches in periodical paper list of CGS. This is a directory of periodicals held in the CGS library dating from about 1850 up to the present day. It contains 1,590 entries. Periodicals for which subscriptions are currently held are listed in databases – see electronic catalogues of the library: http://www.geology.cz/app/knihovna/hl.pl
This map application provides access to basic information about deposits of mineral raw materials and prognostic resources in the CR, protected areas of mineral deposits, areas protected against specific impacts on the Earth’s crust, prospective areas and mining operations.
Map server application presents ground instabilities objects (landslides etc.) in the territory of the Czech Republic mapped by CGS (1 : 10,000) or registred in GEOFOND. Other geoscience map layers are also available: geological and geomorphological units, engineering–geological zones and landslide susceptibility map.
This application displays basic information according to law § 27 of Act no. 183/2006 Coll. (Building Act) from the following GIS layers in a single map window: mining areas, protected areas of mineral deposits, areas protected against specific impacts on the Earth’s crust, reserved deposits and approved prognostic resources, registered mine workings (old mine workings), undermined areas, landslide areas, and unprotected mineral deposits.
Virtual museum application provides an opportunity to visit on-line paleontological, mineralogical and geological collections of the Czech Geological Survey. Application offers wide visual and textual documentation of the most interesting exhibits of collections for general public and experts. Also paleontological collection of Central Registry of Museum-type Collections (CES evidence) and material administrated according to law 122/2000 Sb. is included. Application contains taxonomic tree, index of terms, stratigraphy and links to interesting sites. The application allows to search using the map.
This map application gives access to key information about drilling and objects registered in the descriptive database of geological objects. The boreholes inventory includes hydrogeological and geophysical data.
Application makes information about entire thin section material stored in the CGS depositories in Prague.The material is sorted in the comprehensive database according to boxes and their description. Search of each deposited thin section is possible (database of thin section-boxes). For searching is possible to use names of minerals which are shared with geological code list of CGS.
Map application provides data for the purpose of urban planning authorities in accordance with law no. 183/2006 Coll. (building law). It allows authorized users to obtain free shp format data and to generate an electronically signed report.. According to Decree no. 500/2006 Coll. it regards: protected deposit area, protected area for special interventions into the earth's crust, mineral resources, abandoned mine lands, landslides and other geological risk areas and old mine workings impacts.
Map server application creates an overview of the significant geological localities in the Czech Republic. The application presents sites in the Czech Republic which demonstrate extremely diverse geological features, occurrences of significant rocks, minerals and fossils. The application enables the user to search according to attributes of the localities, administrative units, map grids etc.
Application presents an overview of the important geological localities in the Czech Republic. It is logically divided in two parts: viewing (view and search for the localities in map), and search (database search according to different criteria: localization, geological characteristics, level of protection etc.). Users can display an expert evaluation, photographs, references in literature for individual localities. Print outputs can be generated.