Legal framework, procedures and policies of shallow geothermal energy use in the EU and MUSE partner countries

One of the major goals of the MUSE project was to investigate and assess the policies and regulatory instruments dealing with the management of shallow geothermal energy in urban areas adapted on the level of EU and in the projectRead more

Did you know how to access maps of (still growing) information on Mineral resources in Europe?

Did you know how to access maps of (still growing) information on Mineral resources in Europe?

Western Balkan countries are joining the European mineral resources network through the RESEERVE project and thereby extended the geographical coverage. Besides, the MINTELL4EU project follows the foot step of a number of previous projects works to further harmonise data inputsRead more

MUSE at “EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online” – Free online geoscience conference

The General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) is Europe’s largest geoscience conference. More than 15 000 scientists come together from all over the world to present and discuss the latest research topics at this annual event, which usually takes placeRead more

Pilot area activities – #6 Groundwater monitoring in Girona, Catalonia, Spain

Installation of new monitoring networks to assess shallow geothermal energy resources   Shallow geothermal energy for heating and cooling in Catalonia has been growing fast for the last 5 years. The city of Girona (NE of Catalonia, Spain) is anRead more

A survey of presumably hydrocarbons-containing water ponds in the Kog hills (Pannonian Basin, NE Slovenia)

In 2011, we were called to survey several shallow water ponds (wp) in the Kog (KOG) area, which geologically belongs to an antiform termed the Ormož-Selnica Antiform (OSA) (Fig.1). It is built of Neogene marls, sands to sandstones, shales, limestones,Read more