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Geological Maps

Geological maps and text explanatory notes represent the content and expertly extensive works of monograph nature; they are intended to serve professional and the lay public.
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Geophysical Maps

Applied geophysics studies a variety of physical (both natural and artificial) fields of the Earth from the air, at the surface, at water surface and in underground; these fields are important in addressing regional and detailed geological practice tasks.
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Educational Geology

Currently, the knowledge and experience of geologists significantly assist in the protection of the environment. The contribution of the geologic community is influencing awareness of human society by way of preparation.
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Atlases

In the year 1990, Dionýz Štúr Institute of Geology together with other geological and natural sciences oriented institutions, submitted the project Research of the Geological Factors of the Environment.
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Thematic Applications

Detailed information on the contents of chemical elements (a pollution status) in the geological environment (environmental indicators) and on indicators of the health status of the population (health indicators).
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Geofond Registries

Geofond registries represent a complex of spatial information about the geological exploration of the SR territory, which are processed and kept on the basis of Act No. 569/2007 Coll., on Geological Works (Geological Act) and Act No. 44/1988
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SGIDŠ GEOPORTAL

Pursuant to Act no. 3/2010 Coll. the Geoportal is an Internet portal that provides access to spatial data or spatial data services through network services.

The SGIDŠ Geoportal allows to:

  • locate by geographic names
  • add layers from prepared datasets
  • add WMS services
  • create, share and print map compositions
  • visualize layers in 2D or 3D view
  • select the underlying map

INSPIRE

INSPIRE is an initiative of the European Commission and the Member States of the European Union. Its main objective is to ensure that a large amount of quality and standardized spatial information is made available at Community level and at all levels of the Member States.

INSPIRE BASIC PRINCIPLES:

  • data are collected only once at the level which is the most effective
  • possibility to seamlessly combine and share spatial data from a variety of sources
  • spatial data shall be available under conditions that will not limit their extensive use
  • easier to search for spatial data with information on the conditions of use