Concept

Albanian Geological Survey

Summary
The Albanian Geological Survey () is an advisory institution of the Albanian Government which carries out its activities in the field of land sciences throughout the territory of Albania. This institution dates back to 1922, when a geological office was established at the Ministry of Agriculture and Public Works under the direction of head geologist Dr. Ernest Nowack. After seven years of activity, the office was no longer documented in official records. Its activities resumed in 1952 when the Albanian Geological Survey was formed. Structure AGS is organized into the following departments:
  • Department of Geology
  • Department of Mineral Resources
  • Department of Hydrogeology
  • Department of Hydrocarbons
  • Department of Geoengineering and Geophysics
  • Department of Marine Geology
  • Department of Geoinformatization
  • Department of Development and Programming
  • Department of Analytical Laboratory
  • Department of Finance and Support Services
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