Bazy danych hydrogeologicznych – zakres i udostępnianie zgromadzonej informacji

Anna Gryczko-Gostyńska, Piotr Herbich, Krzysztof Jóźwiak, Anna Kuczyńska, Anna Mikołajczyk, Grzegorz Mordzonek, Magdalena Nidental, Dorota Palak-Mazur, Aleksandra Paszkiewicz, Sylwiusz Pergół, Agnieszka Piasecka, Monika Pałujan-Kowalczyk, Elżbieta Przytuła, Magdalena Regulska, Dorota Węglarz, Małgorzata Woźnicka


Hydrogeological databases – the scope of data and sharing collected information.
A b s t r a c t. An important task of the Polish Geological Institute – National Research Institute (PGI-NRI) acting as the Polish Hydrogeological Survey (PHS) is to collect hydrogeological data and information for the entire country. Hydrogeological databases contain information on hydrogeological conditions, groundwater resources, and groundwater monitoring results in terms of chemical and quantitative status, which together form the PHS data processing system. Input data of databases are: results of cartographic works, information from hydrogeological documentations, data produced by other institutions and users, as well as results of research conducted in the groundwater monitoring network. The article presents the characteristics of hydrogeological databases that constitute the basis for the implementation of the main tasks of the PHS, which is the recognition, balancing and protection of groundwater in the country. The information contained in the hydrogeological databases kept by PGI-NRI is made available on request, in accordance with regulations. The main recipients of this data are government and local administration, companies commissioned by government or local administration, as well as universities and research institutes.

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