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ESTABLISHING THE EUROPEAN GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS RESEARCH AREA TO DELIVER A GEOLOGICAL SERVICE FOR EUROPE

GeoERA is a H2020 ERA-NET that started in January 2017 to establish the European Geological Surveys Research Area, advocating the free movement of researchers, knowledge and technology and align national geoscientific research agendas.


The GeoERA programme has been allocated 30M EUR.

Within GeoERA 48, national and regional Geological Survey Organisations from 33 European countries joined forces and will carry out 15 transnational research projects. Projects will focus on harmonizing data, information and expertise across borders, improving current methodologies and modelling techniques. GeoERA will create valuable, accessible results for the public, policymakers and end-users of geological data and information in Europe. All results will be made public through the GeoERA Information Platform a web-based information system building up on the existing European Geological Data Infrastructure (EGDI).

GEOERA UNITED TO MAKE EUROPEAN GEODATA ACCESSIBLE

Within GeoERA 48, national and regional Geological Survey Organisations from 33 European countries joined forces and will carry out 15 transnational research projects. Projects will focus on harmonizing data, information and expertise across borders, improving current methodologies and modelling techniques. GeoERA will create valuable, accessible results for the public, policymakers and end-users of geological data and information in Europe. All results will be made public through the GeoERA Information Platform a web-based information system building up on the existing European Geological Data Infrastructure (EGDI).