Geological Survey of Austria

The Geological Survey of Austria collects and interprets geoscientific information in Austria, lays the foundation for the sustainable use of the geogenic potential and provides them to the public in a systematic manner. The Geological Survey of Austria creates maps and reports on all geological aspects of the earth, dedicated to the exploration of mineral deposits, groundwater, natural hazards and geothermal energy, operates a geological information service acts as a service for the public administration and participates actively in international research projects, in particular with neighboring countries, part. The Geological Survey of Austria represents the national interests on the international geoscience, especially at European Level.

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  • A new paper from the Horizon 2020 project IPM titled "Genetic variability of Metarhizium isolates from the Ticino Valley Natural Park (Northern Italy) as a possible microbiological resource for the management of Popillia japonica" has been added to our page. Find this and other Citizen Science related publications on the SPOTTERON Papers & Publications section.

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  • Three new papers on the SemantiX project titled "Accessing Multiple Semantic EO Data Cubes in One Graphical User Interface", " Think global, cube local: an Earth Observation Data Cube’s contribution to the Digital Earth vision", and "Semantic Querying in Earth Observation Data Cubes" have been added to the SPOTTERON paper section.

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