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Fundamental Geoscience

Mission IV: Multidisciplinary Geosciences

Climate Change and Eco-Systems, etc.
Multidisciplinary Geosciences - Reports

Desertification and its impact assessment, Geo-Environmental appraisal of mine and other anthropogenic contamination areas, Arsenic and Fluoride contamination studies of groundwater in parts of the country are some of the socio-environmentally relevant studies which figure prominently in the annual programme of GSI.

To understand the ecosystem from a global perspective, GSI has been conducting Glaciological Studies, Petrological studies and transect mapping in Antractica to decipher the Tectono-metamorphic evolution in the frozen continent. Similar glaciological studies are also conducted regularly in the Himalayan glaciers.
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CIRCULAR - Field Days in Mission-IV RP items
CENTRAL HEADQUARTERS16/07/2019Download
First Find of Coprolites (Fossilized Excreta) from Denwa Formation in Siarkhera area, Hoshangabad District, Madhya Pradesh of Satpura Basin
CENTRAL REGION10/07/2019Download
Revision on target of Chemists and criteria for calculation of output
CENTRAL HEADQUARTERS10/06/2019Download
Invitation for 27th ICMS - 2019
CENTRAL HEADQUARTERS06/06/2019Download
Circular on field days for RP items
CENTRAL HEADQUARTERS21/05/2019Download
Circular of Schedule of review meeting of M-IV
CENTRAL HEADQUARTERS07/05/2019Download
Review meeting of Chemical Laboratories will be held on 07/05/2019 through VC - reg.
CENTRAL HEADQUARTERS02/05/2019Download
Circular from ADG and NMH-IV on revision of targets of officers of Chemical Laboratories
CENTRAL HEADQUARTERS24/04/2019Download
First record of Auroradiolites biconvexus from the platformal carbonate of Khalsi Formation (Cretaceous), ITSZ, Ladakh Himalaya, India
CENTRAL HEADQUARTERS23/04/2019Download
Minutes of the meeting between GSI and DTRL/DRDO on Landslide at held at GSI, CHq on 10.04.2019
CENTRAL HEADQUARTERS16/04/2019Download
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