GSEU/EGDI at the CGI workshop in Suzhou, China

November 15, 2023

The Commission on the Management and Application of Geoscience Information (CGI) of the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS), in collaboration with the IUGS Deep-time Digital Earth project, hosted a workshop on the status and future of global geoscience information standards in Suzhou, China, from 7 to 10 November 2023. The aim of the event was to discuss important issues related to geoscience information and to explore progress in standards. During the workshop, Jasna Ĺ inigoj (GeoZS) gave a presentation entitled EGDI - From Data to Knowledge.

Back
March 5, 2024

📢Only 1 week to go to our next Meet the GSEU Webinar on March 12, 2024, (13.00-14.00pm CET) entitled “Supporting Quality and Quantity of Europe’s Groundwater Resources”. Find out more about the GSEU - Geological Service for Europe Project and meet the team working on Groundwater Quality and Quant...

Show post on LinkedIn
February 28, 2024

Building a Geological Framework for Integrated Subsurface Management allows for a better understanding of the surface and particularly the subsurface hidden beneath our feet. For the development of harmonised geological maps and models, the use of common data models, standards and vocabularies is...

Show post on LinkedIn
February 27, 2024

📢Only 2 weeks to go to our next Meet the GSEU Webinar on March 12, 2024, (13.00-14.00pm CET) entitled “Supporting Quality and Quantity of Europe’s Groundwater Resources”. Find out more about the GSEU - Geological Service for Europe Project and meet the team working on Groundwater Quality and Quan...

Show post on LinkedIn
February 26, 2024

The need for a Geological Service for Europe The Earth, as an interconnected system of processes, necessitates a profound understanding of its geological intricacies. The GSEU - Geological Service for Europe plays a pivotal role in providing the knowledge required to translate this understandin...

Show post on LinkedIn
February 26, 2024

The Earth, as an interconnected system of processes, necessitates a profound understanding of its geological intricacies. The GSEU - Geological Service for Europe plays a pivotal role in providing the knowledge required to translate this understanding into sound, science-based policies. Through i...

Show post on LinkedIn
February 21, 2024

The GSEU Project is proud to announce the publication of a "Critical Raw Hard Rock Deposits of Europe" map, based on the 2023 CRM list published by the European Commission. This map is a key deliverable for the project, and demonstrates the collaborative nature of the work being done in bringing ...

Show post on LinkedIn