Applications for on-line shop of the Czech Geological Survey, the largest publisher of geological literature in the Czech Republic. E-shop offers around 2.400 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.
Application "CGS Projects" enables viewing of current and completed, internal and external CGS projects from various grant providers, both czech, e.g.: GACR (The Czech Science Foundation), TACR (Technology Agency of the Czech Republic), CDA ( Czech Development Agency), MSMT (Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports), MPO (Ministry of Industry and Trade), MZE (Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic), MZP (Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic), and foreign, e.g.: European Commission grants, HORIZON 2020, Norwegian Funds. Research and non-research projects are listed. Research projects can be further searched according to six research category of the long-term development concept of CGS.
1. Structure, Composition and Evolution of the Earth's Crust
2. Biodiversity and global changes in geological history
3. Natural resources
4. Interaction of Geosphere-Biosphere-Atmosphere
5. Geological hazards
6. Geochemical and Mineralogical Methods
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 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.