Udział polskiej geologii w pracach Stałej Komisji Geologicznej Rady Wzajemnej Pomocy Gospodarczej

Mieczysław Mrozowski

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THE PART OF THE POLISH GEOLOGY IN THE WORKS OF THE STANDING GEOLOGICAL COMMISSION OF THE COUNCIL FOR MUTUAL ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE

Summary
Till 1963, the co-operation of the geological surveys of the countries-members of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance developed within the framework of collaboration of the leaderships of central geological offices, within the framework of working groups of these Commissions, as well as on the basis of bilateral agreements concerning the realisation of the scientific-technical collaboration. A necessity of increasing the base of mineral reserves in the countries belonging to the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance, on the basis of socialistic division of labour, has forced to call the Standing Geological Commission.
The Polish geological survey takes an active part in organizing the multilateral economic and scientific- technical co-operation of this Commission. Of considerable importance is here the part of the Polish geologists in estimation of the mineral resources foreseen. Economical plans for the next years (till 1980) embrace geological works providing the increase of the base of mineral reserves. The part of the Polish geological survey in organizing common geological works may be seen in geological reconnaissance and mapping carried out in the Mongolian People's Republic, during 1961-65, within an area of 20 000 km2. The successive, VII-th Session of the Standing Geological Commission will be held in Warsaw, on November 1965.

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