Geoinformational Support Management Of Regional Subsurface Use

Abstract

The necessity of creating a regional geoinformation system in the field of subsurface use is justified. The main application of the geoinformation system is the creation and storage of various geological and topographic information of various types of geological, geographical and topographic maps, plans, geological sections, remote sensing data and etc. There are considered the possibilities of dimentional analysis of geological data, the creation of geoinformation resources for solving problems of regional subsurface management and the main problems in creating an information system there.The availability and use of a reliable information base for subsoil use management should contribute to an increase in well-grounded and short-term and long-term forecasts, objectivity and a comprehensive assessment of the state of the environment, rational use of mineral resources. In this regard, in order to ensure environmental safety as the main condition for the sustainable development of Buryatia, the most important and urgent task in the modern period is the formation of an integral geographic information system. In this case, the most important organizing principle should be the regional geographic information system, which is necessary for the implementation of specific practical actions and program measures to ensure the environmental safety of the development of mineral resources in the Republic of Buryatia.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.288

Online ISSN

2357-1330