Applications of CGS archives enable the users to search and order documents from the CGS archive. Using these applications, readers can consult catalogues and databases of maps and unpublished reports.
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.
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.
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.
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).
This map server application presents two sets of old geological maps from the area of Bohemia and Moravia - manuscript geological maps at a scale of 1 : 28,800 and printed geological maps at a scale of 1 : 144,000 (so called Haidinger maps). Attributes available for manuscript maps: title of the map sheet in Czech and German, information about the author and date of creation (if it is available), link to a file with geological legend (if it is available) and links to map archives of CGS and GBA. Attributes for printed maps: title of the map sheet, name of the author and link to the CGS map archive.
The manuscript maps are published on CGS map server with the permission of the Archive of the Geological Survey of Austria (GBA).
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 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).