There are now new bedrock maps for areas around Porjus, Jokkmokk, Tjåmotis and Luvos in Norrbotten. The maps are part of SGU's project for mapping ore potential areas and their geographical distribution.
25 January 2021
The Geological Survey of Sweden develops innovative approaches for international training programme during the Covid-19 pandemic
Participants and organisers of the SGU’s ’Mine water and mine waste management’ programme (ITP308), move ahead with innovative ideas and new plans for the future, despite the continued impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
27 December 2020
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8 October 2020
The FRAME project is part of the GeoERA Raw Materials Theme. The project focuses on critical raw materials (CRM), but also includes other metals and minerals that are currently not on the EU's list of critical raw materials.
19 August 2020
The first tests with drones for geophysical mapping have now been carried out within the EU project Smart Exploration. The surveys were made at Blötberget outside Ludvika and the results look very promising. Surveys with the drone system can save time, money and the environment.
6 July 2020
SGU has been actively involved in the project Smart Exploration since 2017. Smart Exploration is a research- and innovation project funded by the European Union.
20 May 2020