The Regulation prescribes the content of the geological information system and the provisions for its use. The following forms the geological information system: the State Geological Fund, which contains reports on geological research, thematic studies, monitoring of subterranean depths, engineering geology and geoecological research, and other documents (in printed or electronic form); the State geological archives, which contain the parent materials of geological research documents (for example, logbooks of field work); the library of scientific and technical literature; the depository of core samples, which contains core samples, collection of master samples of rocks, collection of thin rock sections, collection of geological samples, samples of rocks, samples obtained by soil sampler, lithic fragments, drilling fluid samples, samples of collection layer fluids, and other samples; and information accumulated and to be used in electronic form.
Implements: Law on the subsoil. (2000-09-07)
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