Service

Staff at the Mineral Resources Information Office are on hand to answer questions and assist with withdrawing information and material from the archives.

Appointments for longer visits

If you wish to make a longer visit it is a good idea to announce your visit well in advance. This is especially true if you want to use the logging rooms in the drill core archives. Call or e-mail so we can prepare for your visit and so give you the best service possible!

Confidentiality

Several visitors might be at the Office at the same time. The information that visitors or others at the office are handling is treated confidentially.

Document Archives

The Document Archives comprise a large number of maps, exploration reports, field notes, drill core documentation, work material, and more. The material consists of hundreds of thousands of documents collected over a period of more than a hundred years, and new material is being continuously added.

More about the Document Archives

Drill cores

SGU's National Drill Core collection consists of more than 3 million metres of drill core from more than 17 000 boreholes from all over Sweden. At the collection there is a room for core logging and sampling.

More about the National Drill Core collection

Other service

  • Office space For shorter visits of 1-2 days, it is possible to borrow a room at our Office during ordinary hours (08:00–16:00).
  • Fax is available.
  • Copies are made at cost price.
  • Internet. There is access to free wireless broadband on the premises of the Mineral Resources Information Office.
  • Scanning The Office has several scanners, including A3 and A0 colour scanners.
  • Visitor computer. Visitors can make their own searches using various criteria and instantly find and copy PDF files of scanned reports.