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Abstract

Various dispersed geophysical databases exist in European countries, both in public and private organisations. They have different standards and languages applied. Thus the usefulness and availability are limited. The existence of data is often unknown even for geo-experts. The GeoMind project aims to enhance the public utilisation activity of geophysical information by integration of national databases and making those available via Internet on a certain level, offering cross-border, European-wide, unified electronic service. The project was launched in September 2006 and is planned for 24 months.

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2008-06-09
2020-11-25
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