The Geological Survey of Belgium (GSB) is a research- and service-oriented unit of the Royal Belgian Institute for Natural Sciences. The GSB conducts scientific services and research projects related to Geo-Energy, Raw Materials, Dynamics of sedimentary basins and data infrastructure. GSB also carried out all major exploration campaigns of the Belgian subsurface, including deep boreholes and all major geophysical surveys (seismic reflective profiles, gravimetry, aeromagnetic,…).
Role in the project
GSB will be involved in MEET through a compilation of field surveys (3D structural modelling and surface water sampling of the Havelange surrounding region) and laboratory work (mechanical testing and combined microfabric, mineralogical and petrophysical analysis on samples from the Havelange site). All available data will be implemented in a GIS database and provided to MEET partners.