Geoscientific database applications are designed to document the geological composition and structure of the Czech Republic in standardized form (primary documentation, standardization of geological terminology).
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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).
Application provides access to the terrain instability database. The database content is being created in the project Evaluation susceptibility to slumping in mountainous parts of Georgia, the CGS supported by the Czech Development Aid Agency. The database contains targeted objects and its description, including classification, it's map situation and attached file such as photo documentation,