2016 was a year of transition in the international geological society. Like previous years, it was still a period with lots of reorganisation and cut-backs in the energy and mineral industry but also with obvious signs of an even more com-plex business pattern where well-organised geological data and easy access to geological knowledge will be strongly needed. Compared to the industry, and also to some of the authorities that are regulating the use of natural re-sources, GEUS has a high degree of continuity of both activities and personnel; in these years with strong focus on key strategic goals. This creates and develops a corpo-rate memory that can be easily applied even with sudden shifts of a political or business agenda. This also establishes GEUS as the starting point for getting access to geologi-cal information from Denmark and Greenland, and makes GEUS a natural collaboration partner nationally as well as internationally.
|Number of pages||2|
|Journal||Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland Bulletin|
|Publication status||Published - 31 Jul 2017|
- Programme Area 1: Data