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  Resource Id: urn:geoss:csr:resource:urn:uuid:ed3d547d-e68f-a882-6e19-f9f517f34c54
  Name: Research Centre of Hydrogeophysics and Geothermy of M. Nodia Institute of Geophysics
  Abbreviation: RCHG
  Description: Research Centre of Hydrogeophysics and Geothermy is the unit of M. Nodia Institute of Geophysics of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. The centre is focused on implementation of thematic studies and the permanent improvement of experience. Also, the Centre is oriented to deliver the existing knowledge to the young generation. Georgia has an abundance of water recourses; their exploring and sustainable using is extremely important for the country. Unfortunately, nowadays, both - surface and groundwater recourses experience the significant changes under the ongoing anthropogenic and natural (including climatic) processes. As a result, we observe the decrease in the quality and quantity of water resources. The only way for better management of water resources is detail hydrogeological study of the processes using modern research methods, namely geophysical/geochemical prospecting, monitoring, spatio-temporal modelling of environmental processes. This allow assessing the groundwater resources (includ
  GEO Member or Participating Organisation :
Georgia
  Responsible Organisation: M. Nodia Institute of Geophusics of TSU
  Resource Information URL: http://hggrc.net/?view=
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Resource Contact Information
  Contact Name: George Melikadze
  Contact Email: melikadze@gmail.com
Resource Category
  monitoringObservationSystems
Societal Benefit Areas
  Climate
  Disasters
  Ecosystems
  Energy
  Water
Resource Status
  continuousOperation
GEOSS Data Core
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Ontology Reference
  GEOSS - Earth Observation Vocabulary, version 1.0 : SOLID EARTH : GEOMAGNETISM : Magnetic Field
Standard Classification
  N/A
Standard Supportive
  N/A
Last Update Date
  2017-12-16
Date Modified
  2017-12-15