Croatian Geological

Survey (HGI-CGS):

Croatian Geological Survey (HGI-CGS) COORDINATOR

Since 1909

Public research institute funded by the Ministry of Science (6th  largest public institute in Croatia )

Total employees: 115

40 PhD geologists & 10 PhD students (total  80 geologists)

Geoscientific research and mapping


Geological Survey of
Denmark and
Greenland (GEUS)

Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) BENEFICIARY

GEUS came into being in 1995, when the two institutions the Geological Survey of Greenland (GGU) and the Geological Survey of Denmark (DGU) merged. They were both old and well-established institutions. GGU was established in 1946 and the history of DGU goes all the way back to 1888.

Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate

Research, education, consulting and publishing at a high international level

  • Energy • Databanks • Water • Minerals • Nature and Climate

Number of employees: 294

Scientific projects: approx. 700


British Geological

British Geological Survey (BGS – UKRI) BENEFICIARY

National geological survey founded in 1835

UK custodian of geoscientific information & provider of objective and authoritative geoscientific data, information and knowledge


600 staff

Part of UKRI, a not-for-profit public sector research establishment

Funded by Government &  external income