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Search engine for topographic maps (SIS Maps)

Our partner, the Specialised Information Service for Cartography and Geodata (SIS Maps), offers various map catalogues on its website, including a high volume of topographic map series with links to the world's national and regional geoportals as well as links to various country-specific Grids&Datums.  

Search alphabetically by country name under: Topo-List.


Repositories for Text and Data Publications

GEO-LEOe-docs is the geoscientific repository for texts and maps. It is maintained by the FID GEO and operated at the Göttingen State and University Library (SUB Göttingen).
On GEO-LEOe-docs all documents are freely accessible and referenced with DOI. Various ongoing net publications are released here as digital first publications. The platform also serves as an Open Access secondary publication platform. Furthermore, an interactive overview map provides access to the digitised geological maps in the repository as well as to freely accessible online maps from other providers.

GFZ Data Services is the subject-specific research data repository for the geosciences and related disciplines, through which research data with DOI have been published since 2004. Today, GFZ Data Services is an internationally recognized repository for citable and DOI referenced geoscientific data, software and the assignment of International Geo Sample Numbers (IGSN = PID for physical samples).

 


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The ‘Geologische Blätter’ in Open Access

Created by Malte Semmler | | E-Publizieren

The Geologische Blätter (geological sheets) is the journal of the Geozentrum Nordbayern in Erlangen with German and English contributions on geology, mineralogy and paleontology. In addition to a regional focus on Bavaria, contributions from other regions are included.

The Geologische Blätter have been published in open access since December 2021. After the first articles have gone through the editorial process and have been accepted, they are available online in the FID GEO repository (GEO-LEOe-docs).

Click here to access the title in the repository.

By transforming the Geologische Blätter (formerly “Geologische Blätter für Nordostbayern und angrenzende Gebiete”)  into an Open Access journal, the editors benefit from reaching a wider readership and the fact that more is published.

FID GEO is very pleased to be able to offer the Geologische Blätter as the fifth continuous online publication in the repository!

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