IGME - IGME Water Point Database

Inventory of IGME aquifer points, with location data, nature, use and technical data of the drilling. Temporary coverage ranges from 1966 to the present. It contains the inventory of aquifer punctures of the IGME with situation data, nature, use, technical data of the drilling, crossed lithologies, temporary measures of chemical analysis, piezometry, flow rates, pumping tests and possible associated documents.
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IGME Water Point Base Download - Download page from the IGME website
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Geoscientific information
Tesauro IGME:
Groundwater
Hydrometry
Pump tests
lithology
Spain
Ámbito espacial:
Free:
IGME
WATER
Water Points
Chemical analysis
Piezometric Levels
Levels
Flow rates
IDEE
Free:
Free:
EGDI
Free:
EGDI-selection
-7.799329, 36.145684, 3.127193, 43.155866
creation: 1970-01-01
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The Water Database was created in the 70s, with the objective of covering the need for simple and fast storage and handling of the large volume of data in relation to knowledge of the underground aquifers of Spain, its hydraulic potential and quality of its waters, which began to be generated in the IGME, mainly from the Underground Water Research Plans (PIAS) and Aquifer Management and Conservation (PGCA) and Urban Nucleus Supply (PANU).
With the creation of this mechanized file that facilitates the selective access and use of this data, the loss of information was avoided by storing the data of the geographic-administrative, technical, hydrogeological and geographic parameters in a single location.
hydrochemicals, obtained over time in all studies and research of the different river basins carried out in the IGME. Likewise, the consultation of this information was facilitated to the different Organisms of the administration, both central and Autonomous, private companies and individuals..
Geological Survey of Spain (IGME)
Miguel Mejías MorenoMiguel Mejías Moreno
C./.Ríos Rosas nº 23C./.Ríos Rosas nº 23, Madrid, 28003, EspañaEspaña
tel: +34 91 349 5744
email: m.mejias@igme.es
Role: point of contact

Data Quality

The Water Database was created in the 1970s, with the aim of covering the need for simple and rapid storage and handling of the large volume of data in relation to knowledge of Spain's underground aquifers, their hydraulic potential and the quality of their waters, which were beginning to be generated in the IGME, fundamentally from the Groundwater Research Plans (PIAS) and Aquifer Management and Conservation Plans (PGCA) and Urban Core Supply (PANU).
The Water Database, in all these years, in line with the progress of the technology, has gone through different computer equipment, operating systems and database managers.
(Initially the main sources of information were the Groundwater Research Plans (PIAS) and Aquifer Management and Conservation Plans (PGCA) and Urban Core Supply (PANU). Currently, the sources of work that incorporate information to the base are the hydrogeological research projects that are being developed in the IGME, with no scheduled update frequency.)
Reglamento (CE) n.o 1205/2008 de la Comisión de 3 de Diciembre de 2008 que estabelece las modalidades de aplicación de la Directiva 2007/2/CE del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo em materia de metadados

Constraints

LICENCIA DE USO: Condiciones de uso público y difusión de la información para la reutilización de los datos IGME http://www.igme.es/Ayuda/CondiUso.htm

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ESPIGMEPUNTOSAGUA20190723
Geological Survey of Spain (IGME)
Margarita Gómez SánchezMargarita Gómez Sánchez
C/Ríos Rosas, 23C/Ríos Rosas, 23, Madrid, 28003, EspañaEspaña
tel: +34 91 349 58 46
email: m.gomez@igme.es
Role: point of contact
2020-06-25T08:47:55
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