CzechGeo / EPOS is the system of geophysical observations performed by the Consortium of geoscience institutions in the Czech Republic. The backbone of CzechGeo is formed by permanent observatories and networks  (seismic, GPS, magnetic, gravimetric and geodynamic) involved in global networks which provide data in real time. Permanent observatories are complemented by local stations in selected regions of interest. The third level of the observational system are mobile stations deployed for repeated measurements or field experiments within major international projects.

Project CzechGeo is closely related with the 7th FP project EPOS (European Plate Observing System) which was included in the European roadmap of research infrastruktures of ESFRI (European Strategic Forum for Research Infrastructures) in 2008.

Seismic Portal

GNSS Portal

Geology Map Server

Annual reports of the CzechGeo project:
Report 2017
Report 2016
Report 2015
Report 2014
Report 2013
Report 2012

Publications related to CzechGeo:
Publications in 2017
Publications in 2016
Publications in 2015
Publications in 2014
Publications in 2013
Publications in 2012
Publications in 2011