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The Geological Fund
The Geological Fund collects, groups and delivers geological information to governmental institutions, scientific organizations and public users. The formation of the Geological Fund began in 1945 and continued its completion in 2012. It gives access to collected and stored geological material from
In 2012, the Fund was replenished with:
- 1104 reports on geological researches,
- 122 diagrams of geophysical researches,
- 58 books of borehole passports.
The information accumulated in the Geological Fund is available to specialists of Lithuanian geological and other institutions (environment protection, landscape management, land management, research institutes, municipalities, etc.), students and foreign users from the EU countries in the frame of the Lithuanian Law. The formation of an electronic catalogue was completed and is available on the Lithuanian Geological Survey website for Lithuanian and foreign users (http://www.lgt.lt→Paslaugos→Informacinės rinkmenos→Informacinių sistemų duomenys→Posistemiai→Bibliofondas). 15 447 bibliographical records for an electronic catalogue supplemented the sub-system "Bibliofondas" database in UNIMARC format in 2012. On December 31, 2012 the stock of the sub-system "Bibliofondas" amounted to 75 300 records.
The information about the Fund is available at:
Phone (+370 5) 233 15 35