GMIS-Tanzania web portal upgraded

Minerogenic Map of Tanzania published

GMIS Tanzania web portal
(PresseBox) ( Freiberg, )
Recently, the GMIS Tanzania ("Geological and Mineral Information System of Tanzania") was upgraded with new functionalities: The Mining Cadastral Data was made available and various datasets have been made available for download: The geological map, the mineral occurrences data and the location of mines and prospects at a scale of 1:2,000,000, as well as the SRTM elevation map.

The combination of geological and economic-geological data with the mining cadastral data makes the GMIS Tanzania an unique source of information for mining sector investment decision making. The GMIS Tanzania will be further completed and upgraded as new data becomes available. We wish all our partners and clients much success in using the improved system.

For suggestions and remarks please use the contact form at www.gmis-tanzania.com.

We announce the release of the new Minerogenic Map of Tanzania at a scale of 1:1,500,000. The map was compiled under the management of the Geological Survey of Tanzania (GST) by a team of Beak, GST, the University of Dar-es-Salaam, the Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg and the Southern and Eastern African Mineral Centre (SEAMIC). The map is available together with comprehensive Explanatory Notes (ISBN 978-9987-477-94-4) summarizing the Tanzanian geology, minerogeny as well as descriptions of important mineral occurrences.

The table of content for the Explanatory Notes for the Minerogenic Map of Tanzania can be downloaded here.
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