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Applications for the execution of the state geological survey

The Czech Geological Survey (CGS) was established by the Ministry of the Environment for the purpose of carrying out the geological survey of the Czech Republic in compliance with § 17 of the Act No. 62/1988 Coll. On Geological Works, as amended. Under the terms of this act, the National Geological Survey gathers and records information about the geological composition and structure of the country, the protection and exploitation of natural resources and ground waters, and about geological hazards. In addition, the CGS also undertakes other legal duties delegated to it by the government.

Alphabetical list of applications is generated automatically from records in the CGS metadata catalogue.

ASGI - Archive of unpublished geological reports (Czech only) – database

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.

Contact person: Mgr. Milada Hrdlovicsová

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Boreholes material documentation Geofond (Czech only) – database

Application allows to search and view information about the boreholes material documentation stored in CGS external storages, department Geofond.

Contact person: RNDr. Alan Donát

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Borehole surveys – 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.

Contact person: RNDr. Ivana Dudková

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Expert opinions of CGS (Czech only) – map

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.

Contact person: RNDr. Jan Čurda

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Geochemical surveys (Czech only) – map

Map application allows geochemical sample points and polygons around sample points cluster (points are clustered by location and topic).

Contact person: RNDr. Roman Kujal, Ph.D.

Metadata record about application

Geologically documented objects – database

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.

Contact person: RNDr. Marta Jelenová

Metadata record about application

Geophysical surveys (Czech only) – map

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.

Contact person: RNDr. Eva Hudečková

Metadata record about application

Ground instabilities – map

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.

Contact person: RNDr. Oldřich Krejčí, Ph. D.

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Ground instability reporting (Czech only) – database

Application is designed for ground instabilities (landslides) reporting.

Contact person: RNDr. Oldřich Krejčí, Ph. D.

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Hydrogeological surveys (Czech only) – map

Map application with area of significant regional hydrogeological surveys. Results were archived by CGS. Archival, not updated.

Contact person: RNDr. Jitka Loužková, CSc.

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Inventory of hazardous waste facilities – map

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.

Contact person: RNDr. Vít Štrupl

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Inventory of mining waste facilities (Czech only) – map

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.

Contact person: RNDr. Vít Štrupl

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Metadata catalogue of CGS – database

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).

Contact person: Mgr. Olga Moravcová, Ph.D.

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Mineral information system (SurIS) – map

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.

Contact person: RNDr. Jaromír Starý

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Mining impacts – map

This map application Mining impacts (Abandoned Mine Lands, Underground Mines) displays basic information about undermined areas, mine workings and sites used for the disposal of mining waste in the same map window.

Contact person: Mgr. Jolana Šanderová

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Mining maps – map

This map application gives access to comprehensive information about the maps held in the collection at the CGS office in Kutná Hora.

Contact person: Mgr. Jolana Šanderová

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Reported mining impacts – map

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.

Contact person: RNDr. Pavel Šír

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Report of mine working impact (Czech only) – database

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.

Contact person: RNDr. Pavel Šír

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Metadata record about application

Territory data – 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.

Contact person: RNDr. Renata Kachlíková

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

Territory Data - Spatial information download (Czech only) – map

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.

Contact person: RNDr. Renata Kachlíková

Portal webpage about application

Metadata record about application

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