For Designing, Implementing And Evaluating Geological Work

Original Language Title: o projektování, provádění a vyhodnocování geologických prací

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369/2004 Coll.
DECREE


Dated 3 June 2004

On the planning, implementation and evaluation of geological work, reporting
risk Geofactors on procedure at reserve estimation of reserved deposits


Change: 18/2009 Coll.

Ministry of the Environment (hereinafter the "Ministry") provides
according to § 26 par. 1 of Law no. 62/1988 Coll., On geological work,
amended by Act no. 366/2000 Coll. (hereinafter the "Act") to implement § 2.
5, § 6 par. 4, § 9. 3, § 9a para. 1 and § 10 par. 2 Act and in agreement with
Czech Mining Office according to § 26 par. 2 of the Act and §
11 and 14 of law no. 44/1988 Coll., on the protection and utilization of mineral resources
(Mining Act), as amended by Act no. 541/1991 Coll. and Act no. 315/2001 Coll
. (hereinafter "Mining Act")
Introductory provisions


§ 1
Subject Matter

This decree


A) establishes division reconnaissance geological work on the survey
for special interventions into the earth's crust, hydrogeological, geotechnical
, geophysical and geochemical exploration and
exploration of geological factors affecting the environment (§ 2
para. 5 Act)

B) governs the procedure for designing geological work, while ensuring
conflicts of interests protected by special legislation ^ 1) and with the approval of the project
geological work and its amendments and establishes requirements
project of geological work and time, when it is possible to launch
conducting geological works exceptionally before approving a project (§ 6
par. 4 Act)

C) governs the procedure for conducting geological work (§ 9. 3
Act)

D) establishes the definition of risk Geofactors and details about their
notification [, § 9a para. 1 point. a) Section 2 of the Act]

E) governs the terms and content of the evaluation of geological work and sets deadlines
evaluation of the work (§ 10 par. 2 Act)

F) establishes the procedure for prospecting and exploration of reserve deposits
conservation and rational utilization of mineral resources (§ 11 paragraph
. 6 of the Mining Act)

G) governs the procedure for calculating reserved deposit reserves and requirements
calculating reserves (§ 14 para. 4 of the Mining Act).

§ 2


Definitions
For the purposes of this Decree

A) the ordering of geological works - natural or legal person that orders a solution
geological task of the organization. ^ 2)
buyer of geological work is also contracting, 3) if he is not
organization will perform geological work, and their implementation
orders from other organizations

B) technical work - work interfering with the land (especially football
cuts, pits and scratches, mechanical drilling shafts, adits,
inclined slope, pits or other mines and firearms used at work | || conducting geological works), if they are implemented by machine
mechanisms and devices. The technical work is not taking
surface rock samples, soil and sediment sampling surface flows when
done with hand tools, and surface measurements and observations conducted
device or accessory

C) stage of geological works - section limited
conducting geological work, corresponding to the rational principle of gradual breakdown
discovering purpose and use of the results of geological work,

D) reasonable assumption accumulation of minerals - minerals
finding adequate terms of usability in the range of documented calculation
stocks searched for at least part of the deposit allowing separate
use; the remaining part of the deposit may be defined as a prognostic resource
minerals

E) prognostic source of minerals - as yet unverified and closer
based on knowledge of the geological structure of the area and the analogy with existing mineral deposits
projected accumulation of mineral in which it identified
geological findings justified assumption verification deposit reserves
mineral and its future use,

F) anthropogenic pollution - pollution
geological environment caused by human activities,

G) geological task - content, place and time characterized by a set of activities
projected to achieve the objective of geological works.

§ 3

Breakdown reconnaissance geological work

(1) The breakdown of exploration work on the individual stages corresponds to the level

Geological knowledge of the facts, which are carried out works
detected.

(2) Survey for special interventions into the earth's crust; 4) is divided into

A) phase of the search, which includes a collection of works that are designed to detect
occurrence and the likely range of geological structures or underground
spaces suitable for specific intervention in the Earth's crust, with
details necessary for planning a decision on the location of device
considered under special legislation. ^ 5) for the exploration of geothermal energy
stage in the search detects the existence of sources of geothermal energy
, where the assumption of their industrial use,

B) exploration stage, which includes a set of works whose purpose is
obtain and verify geological information about geological structures and underground spaces
prepared for the implementation of special intervention in
crust, quality and detail needed
processing documentation for a mining permit under special legal
regulations ^ 6)

C) the stage of detailed survey, which includes a set of works carried
during construction and during operation under special legal
regulations ^ 7) which are obtained geological data needed for
regulate the construction and operation or disposal facilities for special
interventions into the earth's crust.

(3) hydrogeological survey is divided into

A) stage of the search hydrogeological survey, which includes a set
work necessary to find natural sources of groundwater with
evaluation of their quality and risk of their potential threat
anthropogenic influences in the details needed for assessment of their | || potential water management, balneological, mineral spring or other
use and design of their protection. Furthermore, this stage involves
work focused on identifying the hydrogeological conditions of the area in detail
required for preparing technical documentation
under a special legal regulation 5) or territory to determine the specific terms
geological structure ^ 8 )

B) stage of a detailed hydrogeological survey, which includes
examination of the hydrogeological conditions in the area
particulars necessary for territorial decisions and building permits or activities by
special legislation. ^ 9) Furthermore, this phase includes file
geological work necessary to verify the usable reserves of underground water
specific water management, balneological or other purpose.
Set of these works must provide comprehensive geological basis for
processing project construction waterworks, natural spas and mineral spring
plant with process engineering and system utilization
groundwater resources, with the design of protection zones,
possibly with a proposal on the method of discharge and disposal of mineralized and thermal
groundwater

C) the stage of supplementary hydrogeological survey, which includes a set
works, which are in the construction or operation of the water or
balneotechnical or mineral spring catchment works clarified yet acquired
knowledge, particularly for the protection and efficient use of underground
water or to increase their usable reserves, or to prevent
decline in their yield, or the geological data needed to determine
way to terminate the operation of the water works, natural spas or
mineral spring race. Furthermore, this stage involves work which at
implementation and use of buildings and their operational technology or
workings, or conducting other activities ^ 10) detects changes in
hydrogeological conditions of the area and their impact on the building,
mining or other activities or interests protected by specific laws and regulations
. ^ 1)

(4) Engineering geological survey is divided into

A) phase indicative of geotechnical survey, which includes a set
work necessary to establish the fundamental characteristics
territories engineering geological conditions and to assess the possibility and the suitability
territory for construction or other use. Further work includes the findings
risk geomechanical phenomena and processes. For
landslides and rockfalls at this stage of investigating the causes of the geomechanical
phenomena and processes and assesses the need for stabilization or rehabilitation
. Works are carried out in the particulars necessary for processing

Territorial technical documentation pursuant to special legislation ^ 5)
or territory to determine the specific terms of geological structure ^ 8)

B) the stage of detailed geological survey, which includes
set of papers to clarify the engineering geological conditions
sites proposed for execution, examined the geological environment (wood)
other activities under special legal regulations 1)
engineering-setting conditions for its implementation. Work in this phase
performed in quality and details necessary for planning or decision-making
building permits and activities under special legal
legislation ^ 9)

C) stage supplemental geotechnical survey, which includes the engineering survey
conditions during construction and
detect changes in the engineering geological conditions caused by the construction, operation and use
construction or operation of training and other activities under special
legislation. ^ 9)

(5) Geochemical survey is divided into

A) phase of regional geochemical survey, which provides
geochemical data for processing basic geochemical and mineralogical characteristics
territory which may affect the existence
natural resources, the state of the environment and land use, and it
in detail synoptic scale to the scale of 1: 50,000, including

B) the stage of basic geochemical survey in which they are identified and evaluated geochemical
details are not necessary to achieve the objectives set for
work in the initial stages of deposit exploration,
exploration for special interventions into the earth's crust,
hydrogeological survey, geological survey, geological survey
factors affecting the environment and exploration
anthropogenic pollution of the geological environment,

C) the stage of detailed geochemical survey, which includes geochemical
work scope and focus beyond the stage of basic
geochemical survey, which is conducted in the details needed to achieve
goals set out in the later stages of deposit exploration, survey
special interventions into the earth's crust, hydrogeological survey
geological survey, exploration of geological factors affecting the environment
exploration and anthropogenic pollution
geological environment.

(6) geophysical survey is divided into

A) the stage of regional geophysical survey, which provides
geophysical data processing
basic geophysical characteristics of the area, which may affect the existence
natural resources on the environment and land use, and in
details of the synoptic scale to the scale of 1: 50,000, including

B) the stage of basic geophysical survey in which they are collected
geophysical details are not necessary to achieve the objectives set for
work in the initial stages of deposit exploration, exploration
for special interventions into the earth's crust, hydrogeological survey ,
geological survey, exploration of geological factors affecting the environment
exploration and anthropogenic pollution
geological environment if they are not sufficient for the results of work
phase of the regional geophysical survey,

C) the stage of detailed geophysical survey that includes
geophysical work scope and focus beyond the stage of basic
geophysical survey, which is conducted in detail
corresponding achieving the goals set for work in the later stages of the bearing
exploration, exploration for special interventions into the earth's crust
hydrogeological survey, geological survey, exploration
geological factors affecting the environment and exploration
anthropogenic pollution of the geological environment.

(7) The survey of geological factors affecting the environment is divided into


A) phase of the search, which includes a set of work necessary to determine
geological factors affecting the environment, the
indicative defining their scope and tentative assessment of the degree
risk arising from the impact of these Geofactors on the environment | ||
B) the stage of detailed exploration of geological factors affecting

Environment, which includes a set of work necessary to verify the extent of the risk
Geofactors environmental risks
determine their impact and provide geological data needed for processing
project activities leading to the elimination of the identified risk or prevent || | against the effects of the identified risks

C) supplementary stage of exploration of geological factors affecting
environment, which includes the acquisition and evaluation of geological data
which during and after implementation of remediation or
preventive measures to eliminate the identified risks are assessed by their success,
or on the basis of the proposed work or other measures.

(8) Survey for detection and removal of anthropogenic contamination of the rock environment
^ 11) is broken like
survey of geological factors affecting the environment.

Designing geological works

§ 4

Procedure for designing geological works

(1) Preliminary feasibility study is treated before performing complex
plan if the degree of knowledge does not define the scope and division
geological work sufficiently accurate selection of goals, determination and justification
geological tasks. For the processing of preparatory studies for the project
bearing reconnaissance exploration area is not measured in accordance with § 4
Act.

(2) Geological work is designing, implementing and evaluating specific geological
task in order to achieve the objective of this work. Objective
geological works based on the assignment and is intended range of issues on which
a solution of the geological task to respond, and defining outcomes
solution of the geological task. Formulates with regard to the purpose for which they have
results of geological works to serve. For geological work
whose results are used to prepare the documents necessary for
subsequent administrative proceedings conducted by public authorities, it is part
formulations targets a link to this administrative proceeding.

(3) To ensure the geological task is preparing a project of geological works
(hereinafter the "Project"), which contains the name of the geological task,
type and stage of geological works, geological
contractor's work ^ 12) the objective of geological works and content, place and time specified
set of activities to achieve projected goals geological task.

(4) The project is being processed for implementation of geological task.
If some aspects of the work and procedures do not adequately specify the project
or localize with respect to their cross
previous interim results of the geological task, this fact shall
project and the project works out immediately after reaching those outcomes
specification, location or scope of work undermined.

(5) In evaluating the results of previous geological studies that have
relationship to solve geological task, to assess their usefulness for
achieve the objective of the projected work.

(6) When designing the project processor determines whether the impending
work do not get into conflict with the interests protected by special legal regulations
, ^ 1) and chooses a solution of the geological task to ensure its compliance with
protection of these interests. Where the project author
such interests protected by special legislation, ^ 1), which excludes
achieve projected goals, or exclude the implementation of the project for which
are projected geological work, interrupted work on the project and notify
findings to the customer. Identified conflicts of interest that will need
resolved before work, shall be included in the project, stating
relevant public authorities or other persons responsible for their
solutions.

(7) In determining the procedure of solving the task of defining the geological
different kinds of work in their logical sequence and continuity and also indicate
management and conduct necessary for the implementation of geological
task.

(8) In the case of designing the technical work to produce particular
project technical work, which is annexed to the project.
Project technical work processes their operator. If at the start
solution of the geological task is unknown location and extent of the technical
work and its operator, completed the project technical work as
enclosure of the latest prior to their implementation. if

In the design or implementation of technical work provisions
special legislation ^ 10) proceed in accordance with these regulations
.

(9) Localization of areas of geological task, and the projected work for solving the task
important facts to prove maps, cuts or
drawings.

(10) The budget of geological work will include all the costs of
geological task, including the costs of project preparation work.
Technical work for the coverage of expenses that could not be foreseen,
budget reserve provides a reasonable level.
Release of this provision allows the client works.

(11) for the solution of the geological task of solving the price not exceeding CZK 50,000
and geological challenges of non-work-related interference with the property in the price
solutions exceeding CZK 200 000 for the project as
registration sheet Geological task ^ 13) if the client works
project development required under § 5.

(12) Geological works stage exploration projects ranging
specified in § 5 being processed, unless their definition, the method of execution,
manner and period of assessment contains an approved plan for opening, preparation and
mining of the exclusive deposit, ^ 14), which is considered their
project. For further exploration of non-reserved mineral deposits during his
mining project to the extent specified in § 5 being processed, unless their
definition, method of execution, method and period of assessment contains
approved plan for the use of non-reserved mineral deposits, ^ 15) which
deemed their project. For this survey are not defined bearing
geological task pursuant to paragraph 3

(13) Geological works whose sole objective is the acquisition of geological documentation
mining activities and activities conducted by mining methods
under a special legal regulation, 16), and this activity is not part of the solution
geological task, the project to the extent specified in § 5
processed, unless their definition, design method, manner and deadline
evaluation includes an approved project of this activity, or plan
opening, preparation and mining of the exclusive deposit or exploitation plan | || non-reserved mineral deposits.

(14) Organization processes at work conducting geological change
project, where appropriate, propose to stop work if it finds that it can not be
achieve the objective pursued by the project of geological work, especially if different
significantly geological conditions and ongoing achievements
geological work from the assumptions considered in the project and solution
geological task, according to partial results of geological work necessary
choose a different methodological or technical procedure, but set the project or
perform additional work beyond scope of the project approved. Changing the project
not handle the settlement of damage caused in the implementation of the project and
beyond their definition in the project. When processing changes
project to proceed similarly to the processing of the project.

§ 5

Project geological works

(1) The project includes

A) the name of the geological task, the kind and stage of geological works,

B) territories for jobs with the name of the village, district and county;
work with regional indicating the investigated region and the names of regions or other
definition,

C) identification of the customer and the organization, which is an investigator
geological task (name, surname, ID
number, if assigned, address and place of business for entrepreneurs
individuals; name , surname and address of residence at nonentrepreneurial
individuals, business name or name, legal form, registered office and
identification number, if allocated for legal persons)

D) the objective of geological works and requirements for outputs solving geological
task

E) the conclusions of the evaluation results and knowledge acquired earlier
geological history in terms of their usefulness for solving
geological task,

F) procedure for solving geological task of defining various kinds
projected works, their specifications scope and methodology, including
putting their relationship to the interests protected by special legal regulations
, ^ 1), which represent conflicts of interest with their implementation,

G) project technical work related to the intervention in the plot, if
are designed in the form of attachments,


H) specification and the sampling method, place and method of storage
if sampling is designed,

I) qualitative conditions for implementing and evaluating geological
work, method and accuracy of their location and specification of control
work if they are to prove the quality of the outcome solving geological
task required

J) a timetable for the work

K) and budget, geological work, if the customer
required

L) the date of processing project name, surname and signature
manager of geological works,

M), textual and graphical attachments.

(2) Project technical work includes

A) identification of the operator's technical work (name or
name, surname, ID number, if allocated, and the address
business for enterprising individuals; name and address of the residence at
non-business individuals, business name or name,
legal form, address and identification number, if assigned by
legal entities) and the name or names and surname of the person who
responsible for the execution of works,

B) the technical specification work specification
machinery or equipment used in their design and technological progress of the work,

C) addressing workplace preparation, especially transport, water supply, energy and
other work necessary to safely complete the projected work
specification of temporary buildings and their location and method of storing
materials

D) determine the location and method of storing samples, drill cuttings, used
drilling fluid and other materials arising from the implementation of technical
work

E) solution liquidation or hedge and reclamation works,

F) the proposed measures to address conflicts of interests protected by special laws and regulations
^ 1) and preventing damage when conducting geological
work

G) the proposed measures to ensure occupational safety and health
including social and sanitary fittings, possibly a reference to
appropriate internal regulations of the organization.

(3) For prospecting and exploration of reserve deposits with the project sponsor also gives
^ 3) and on established exploration area and conditions
implementation of projects and not in an annex containing a copy of the determination
exploration area.

Implementation of geological work

§ 6

Start of geological works

Geological work is carried out according to the approved project.
Exceptionally organization may commence geological work before approval
project if they are intended to avert an imminent ecological damage
^ 16), crash-16b), severe accident-16c) or a natural event or
if necessary for the immediate elimination of their consequences
. The initiation of the geological work exceptionally before processing
project organization shall notify this fact immediately to the Ministry and to draw
project within two months of their commencement, unless
already carrying out the work was not completed within that period;
in this case for the project considers the registration list of the geological task. ^ 13)
This provision shall not affect special legal regulations
. ^ 17)

§ 7

Implementation of geological work

(1) In carrying out geological work organization proceeds according
project and geological work professionally, timely and properly documented. ^ 18)

(2) The work of the technical work of the operator maintains operating
records in the form of daily report, drilling, mining or construction
diary. Operating records include the presence of the crew, for the implementation
work, type of work performed, data on the achieved technical and technological parameters
, data on the qualitative results of the work, especially
yield data core, tests, measurements, special geological and
other symptoms such as sprains, water, gas, quicksand and hydrocarbons
loss of drilling fluid and the incidence of cavities. Furthermore, the operating records
contain commands and actions of management, supervisory and control authorities, especially
statements concerning the directing work, traffic safety and
health at work. Operating records are maintained in parallel with
carrying out geological work so as to be conclusive proof of their
course and achieved results and allow monitoring during labor.

After the geological task are archived operator
technical work for at least three years from completion of work, liquidation
workplace and bring the property to its previous condition.

(3) Organization in carrying out geological works continuously monitors whether
their goal is achievable if the projected solution of the geological task
is consistent with the findings discovered during geological
work and whether the projected methodical procedures and work under given conditions
suitable for achieving the objective. While
responsible manager of geological work manages geological works to solve the geological
task was done professionally and rationally and safely, in accordance with
project and subject to the conditions and limitations to specific work under
by special laws. ^ 1)

§ 8

Localization geological work

(1) Work performed, observation, measurement, sampling and other
findings are localized with precision specified in the project. If the project
accuracy and localization method does, is carried out with precision localization
necessary to meet the objective of the geological task in quality corresponding
utilization of the results of geological work.

(2) Localization is done

A) co-ordinates in the current coordinate system obtained under
focus, removal or mathematical derivation

B) plotting the map, cut or other graphic document suitable
scale that will allow an additional deduction of coordinates as
coordinate system.

(3) When sampling or measurement performance on straight lines with regular
step of sampling or measurement is possible to locate the coordinates
only the start, break and end points of lines when working with results requires precise coordinates
for each sample or measurement.

(4) If the localization of some work by special legal
prescription ^ 19) proceed in accordance with this regulation.

§ 9


Reports
About written, graphic, digital and physical documents taken during
designing, implementing and evaluating geological task leads
organization summaries documenting the nature, extent and saving
geological documentation and the decommissioning of additional storage.

§ 10
Notification
risk Geofactors environmental

(1) For geohazards Environment (hereinafter "the risk
geological hazards") are such natural conditions or processes
rock environment, which may pose a significant risk to natural
man and his work and which are listed in Annex.
9 of this Decree. For geohazards are not adverse conditions or
processes that created the result of human activity.

(2) Notification of risk Geofactors is done in writing
immediately after its discovery within 30 days.
Notice signed by the responsible manager of geological works or the person authorized for the organization
act.

(3) Notification of risk Geofactors contains

A) a site where high-risk Geofactors defined name of the village, district and county
,

B) the definition of risk Geofactors and presentation of data, according to which the observed fact
classified as geohazards. If the definition of risk
Geofactors subject to obtaining data defined
methodical process, then also mentions a methodology that data were used to define
risk Geofactors obtained

C) an indication of the acuteness of the risks in case of imminent danger of directly
injury or damage to property (significant damage) ^ 20)

D) locating venture Geofactors coordinates or map plotting
appropriate scale.

§ 11

Procedure for prospecting and exploration of mineral deposits

(1) When the bearing survey organization reasonably specific deposit and deposit exploration stage


A) directs the manner, place and frequency of sampling or measurements by
continuously achieved results so as to obtain geological information
allow their evaluation with an accuracy corresponding utilization of the results
survey

B) focuses on technological fullest exploitation of minerals and
knowledge and reduce the influence of harmful components of minerals and materials stored on
dumps, waste dumps and tailings ponds,

C) continuously evaluate the technical feasibility and economic efficiency of the use

Materials, including materials of dumps and tailing ponds

D) identify the data needed for design and construction of mines and quarries,
opening, preparation and mining of the deposit and to ensure rational use
bearing

E) examines and verifies the size and shape of the deposit, the deposit and tectonic
ratios, which may affect its extraction, investigates and determines
engineering-geological and hydrogeological properties of the bearing and the surrounding rock
environment | ||
F) addresses the relationship of saturation bearings for the overburden and bedrock

G) uses methods and procedures that impede or exclude the use
deposit or part thereof and cause unwarranted loss reserves of the deposit;
For these purposes

First Reconnaissance work places, especially the mines, so they were
least tied deposits or reserves to prevent complication conditions
its initiation and conquest,

Second explores the possibilities breakout of water, gas and mud, increased radioactivity,
prone to spontaneous combustion and similar phenomena that may affect the future use
bearing

Third uses technological methods for conducting geological work that when
exploitation of the deposit will not linking zvodněných horizons or
undesirable saturation bearings.

(2) To establish the facts needed to assess the potential impacts
use a particular bearing on other deposits, water and other natural resources
, environmental and other special legal regulations 1)
protected interests organization during deposit exploration

A) examines the relationship or connection with bearings surrounding mines and quarries,
old mine works and sources of groundwater

B) review and propose options for the location of dumps, dumps and tailings so
to complicate the future use of deposits and Environment
was disturbed as little as possible,

C) identifies and assesses conflicts of interests protected by special legal regulations
^ 1) with interests in the use of deposits and their possible solutions,

D) upon interruption of the prospecting or exploration shall take measures to
preservation of mine works and complication of further exploration or exploitation
bearings. For this purpose

First broadly assess the effectiveness and economically justify the maintenance or disposal
exploration works before deciding on the suspension of work on the geological
bearing

Second prepare a plan to ensure timely, or liquidation of mines
used for prospecting and exploration.

§ 12

The annual report on the scope and outcomes of deposit exploration

(1) The annual report on the extent and results of geological works carried
when prospecting or exploration of the exclusive deposit ^ 21) (hereinafter
the "annual report") organization shall

A) the period for which the report is submitted,

B) the name and mineral exploration area or deposit, whose search
survey or a decision on the establishment of the exploration area,

C) an indication of the organization, issued a decision establishing
exploration area (sponsor)

D) identification of the organization that conducted the survey bearing, and the name and surname of responsible researcher
geological work

E) The extent of the geological work in the division after the main species
work, eg. The preparation of projects, mapping work,
geophysical, geochemical, hydrogeological, geological,
mineralogical, petrographic, laboratory, technology
and other special work, technical work after their kinds, including
liquidation, cameral and evaluation work. The total scope of work is documented
technical units and work in the survey areas
crossing the territory of one municipality are appropriately located,

F) evaluation of results with respect to the stated objective
deposit exploration,

G) the quantity and price of reserve minerals obtained during exploration and bearing
which has been put on the market.

(2) The annual report shall be submitted for each calendar year of
decision on the establishment of the exploration area, regardless of the length
validity of the decision on establishment of exploratory areas in particular
calendar year. Organization of the annual reports and in the event that
particular calendar year, there were no geological work performed.

(3) The annual report signed by the responsible manager of geological works. if

Final report can not be serious reasons to sign
responsible manager of geological works, he signed a natural person authorized to act on behalf
organization.

(4) Submitting an annual report examines Ministry
terms of its completeness. If the annual report is not determined by the content request
ministry's completion. The deadline for completion of the annual report can not be
longer than 30 working days.

(5) The annual report does not serve as a bearing in the exploration stage of mining exploration
.

§ 13

Reports of findings or extension of the exclusive deposit

(1) If an organization discovers during the execution
bearing geological work or in their evaluation of a new exclusive
bearing ^ 22) or an extension yet known reserve deposit stated in the report sent to the Ministry


A) identification of the organization (name, surname,
identification number, if assigned, address and place of business for
individuals or business name or name, legal form, registered office and
identification number, if assigned, for legal entities)

B) the name of the geological task,

C) the name of the specified exploration area

D) the name and mineral deposits, which is the exclusive deposit formed,

E) the amount of mineral reserves in the units in which the mineral
reported in the state register of mineral reserves; by extension inventories shall
initial inventory, amount of stocks, on which the bearing expands and new complete
stocks,

F) locating bearings stating the municipality in whose territory is situated, the name
district and county and plot the contours of the projection of the bearing surface on the map
appropriate scale.

(2) In the case of finding another bearing in mining exploration in the report
name instead of the geological task and exploration area of ​​the name and number
mining area.

(3) In the annex to the report the organization accompanied by partial or final
report with calculations of reserves proving bearing mineral buildup.

(4) Messages signed by the responsible manager of geological works
or natural person authorized for the organization to act.

§ 14

Seizure and destruction of works related to the intervention in the plot

(1) Reinsurance and liquidation work associated with interference in the property's geological work included
. The protection and liquidation shall be completed
protocol, signed by the responsible manager of geological works
or natural person authorized to act on behalf of the organization.
Embodiment of the present Protocol shall not affect any private
arrangements resulting from the agreements concluded under § 14 para. 1 of the Act.
Copy of the protocol on protection and liquidation of works related to the intervention in the plot is part
Final report on the geological task.

(2) Disposal or blocking work related to the intervention in
land is carried out in a manner that

A) ensure the safety of the surface, and also in terms of their potential effects on later
surface

B) ensure that does not defeat usable results of geological work, especially
Proven reserves of mineral deposits and groundwater resources
underground spaces and rock formations suitable for underground storage

C) prevent disruption of groundwater regime and gas conditions, free
leakage of water or gas and entering surface water into underground spaces
and water

D) addresses the protection of buildings and interests protected by special laws and regulations
, ^ 1)

E) addressing the finishing of land affected by the technical work,

F) to ensure disabling of underground space created when
geological work for humans.

Evaluation of geological works

§ 15

Evaluating the results of geological works

(1) The primary result of solving the task of geological data, measurement
observations, findings and collected samples and other geological documentation
all the facts learned in solving geological task.

(2) When evaluating the results of geological work is processed
summary geological documentation. ^ 18)

(3) The organization evaluates all collected data, knowledge and achievements
initial results of geological works in the final report, even
if the solution of the geological task was not achieved goals or
projected geological work has been performed only partially.

(4) If the result of the geological task presented gradually as

In annual reports, reports for the field or method is processed
joint final report for geological task. The final report for the whole task
solutions to these progress reports and shall refer only
their results, which evaluated the overall goal
geological task. For the partial report shall apply mutatis mutandis to § 11 and
12th

(5) If the result of geological studies to determine mineral reserves,
documented this fact in the report the calculation of mineral reserves.

(6) If the result of geological studies to determine groundwater reserves,
documented this fact in the report estimate or reserve estimate
groundwater.

§ 16


Final Report
(1) Final report documents the progress and results of
geological work in relation to their goals, taking into account the intention for which they were
geological work performed. Final Report
processed in accordance with Annex no. 3, with the exception of messages containing
calculation of mineral reserves and calculate groundwater reserves and exploration reports
anthropogenic pollution of the geological environment. Outlining scope and attachments
final reports are adapted to the specific
carried out geological work, the requirements of the customer needs and usage
achievements of geological work. For partial reports subcontractors
solutions for individual parts of the geological task requirements
apply mutatis mutandis to the final report.

(2) Final report with the calculation of mineral reserves according to the type of calculation
processed in accordance with Annex no. 4, 5 or 6. The final report with
calculation of mineral reserves is also an exclusive passport bearing (hereinafter || | "passport"), which contains identification data on the deposit and its
topographical position data on geological exploration with geological
characterization and description of the deposits, data on the mineral composition of deposits on
conditions and the manner of its protection and exploitation of the calculations and the state of his
inventories and utilization conditions used to evaluate them.
Passport Department ranks to the documents that are part of the overall
register of reserved deposits. The Ministry will publish the form
passport in the Bulletin of the Ministry and in a manner allowing remote access
. Bearing the name is chosen by the name of the cadastral territory on which
bearing or a substantial part is located or the name of the cadastral area
bearing part of the name.

(3) The final report with the calculation of groundwater reserves is treated
according to Annex no. 7.

(4) Final report on the survey of anthropogenic pollution rock
environment is processed in accordance with Annex 11.

(5) The final reports with estimated inferred mineral resources to mineral
prognostic resources are evaluated and classified in categories
listed in Appendix 2. Registration sheet prognostic resources of minerals,
which is part of the evaluation, is processed to form published in the Bulletin of the Ministry
.

(6) If the deadline for the final report has not been agreed contractually
, processes organization final report within six months from the end
field, laboratory or special works.

(7) The first copy of the final report contains the original protocols
lab sheets, surveying documents, copies of the results
manage conflicts of interests protected by special regulations, ^ 1) original messages
processed by subcontractors, complete project documentation
and other documents created in this task if in the course of solving
geological task were the originals of these documents handed
customers; in this case, just in the final report noted
copies of those documents. If the final report containing copies of documents
shall be given in the final report, in whom they are stored originals of these documents
. The first copy of the final report is submitted to the customer.

(8) The final report signed by an individual authorized to act on behalf
organization to indicate its function and the responsible manager of geological works
.

(9) The final report reviewed and approved by the customer
geological work. If the customer does not assess the final report in a separate
approval process and apply within 6 months of its submission
comments or requests for correction or completion of the final report,

Considered the final report is approved. Final reports for solutions
geological tasks that organizations financed from its own funds
approves the organization no later than 6 months after
geological task. If the results of the geological task or its parts
subject to subsequent approval or certification by
special legislation ^ 23) approve the purchaser or
organization's final report, subject to approval or certification
results according to these regulations.

(10) Final report by bearing geological work
stage of exploration is the calculation of mineral reserves processed in accordance with Annex no. 5 or 6.


§ 17

Conditions
usability
(1) Conditions usability are processed in a manner and to the extent
specified in Annex no. 1, taking into account the interim results
prospecting or exploration bearings so as to be approved before starting the calculation of inventory
.

(2) The conditions of usability is treated explanatory memorandum, in which
to justify individual indicators referring to identified or
assumed facts and assessing their impact on the use of deposits.
For quantitative indicators indicates what procedure and what
accuracy were determined. If you are accepted previously set
indicators and data on the method of determination is not known, the
this fact in the explanatory memorandum referring to the source from which they are taken up
indicators.

(3) Conditions usability is processed to calculate the liquidation
stocks.

§ 18

Calculation or recalculation of the mineral reserves

(1) The calculations or recalculations of the mineral reserves are based on

A) conditions for the use of stocks

B) the results of prospecting and exploration of deposits; u mined deposits also
from the facts established during mining of the deposit

C) permits, statements, endorsements, opinions, or other official acts
administrations issued in administrative proceedings concerning
prospection, exploration and mining of the deposit

D) the definition of interests protected by special regulations, ^ 1)
which are or may be affected by further exploration, mining activity or exploitation of mineral deposits
, and the deliberations of conflicts of interest.

(2) Inventories mineral reserve deposits are evaluated and classified
under a special law. ^ 24)

(3) Organization report with the calculation of mineral reserves define territories
anticipated impacts of mining on surface.

(4) For the calculation of mineral reserves connects Organization proposal for approval of reserved deposit reserves
processed into a form that the Ministry will publish in the Bulletin of the Ministry
a manner allowing remote access.

(5) If during the mining of the deposit due to new achievements
geological knowledge of the deposit or as a result of the new conditions
usability changes last calculated reserves by more than 10%
documenting this fact to a new organization reserve estimate. For a change
reserves for this purpose does not pry them.

(6) Further particulars of the procedure for the calculation or recalculation
mineral reserves are contained in Annex # 10.

§ 19

To evaluate groundwater reserves

(1) When evaluating groundwater for their suitability for individual
drinking water supply ^ 25) shall not calculate reserves
groundwater, when the customer is not required to work.
Qualified estimate of recoverable yield of groundwater for the proposed
receiving facility and reach the anticipated effects of abstraction based on the evaluation
hydrogeological conditions of the territory, monitoring the level of underground water
simple withholding balance spring yields or appreciation
wells at a distance of potential effects on the receiving object, according
hydrodynamic tests, if they were made or by comparable
analogy. If the receiving object to the proposed use of reserves calculated
water body, ^ 26) take into account the level of their previous use.
If they are within range of the foreseen impacts of groundwater abstraction others
intakes, the potential effects on the collection of these objects.

(2) Calculation of groundwater reserves is done for a body of groundwater ^ 27)
or group of bodies of water and supplies are given in the following categories

Listed in Annex no. 8. Inventories groundwater are evaluated for
body under exploration rate, range and quality of knowledge about
groundwater regime and their use.
Calculations of reserves of underground water for part of the water body is carried out.

§ 20
Transitional provisions


(1) implementing and evaluating geological works, which will be
completed within three months from the effective date of this decree shall apply
existing legislation.

(2) The organization shall ensure compliance with the provisions of § 18 par. 5
within one year from the effective date of this Decree and other provisions of this Decree
relating to exploration within 6 months from the date of entry into force
this decree.

§ 21
Repealing provisions


Repealed:

First Decree no. 121/1989 Coll., On the design, implementation and evaluation
geological works, licensing and professional qualification for
their performance.

Second Decree no. 85/1988 Coll., On the procedure for prospecting and exploration
reserve deposits from the conservation and rational exploitation of mineral wealth and
notification of the occurrence of a reserve mineral deposits.

§ 22
Efficiency


This Decree shall take effect on 1 September 2004.
Minister
:

RNDr. Ambrozek vr
Appendix 1


Terms of usability mineral reserves

Terms of usability mineral reserves are processed in the following manner and extent
:

First Expresses amounts of the mineral aggregate amount of mineral reserves in
units, in which the mineral reserves kept in the state balance
stocks. The basic condition for determining the minimum amount of inventory
mineral in the deposit is respecting the overall aggregate costs
search and exploration of deposits, preparation, initiation and mining of the deposit
liquidation of consequences of mining (remediation, reclamation, mining damages) | || include all fees and charges imposed by law or
of contractual agreements representing commitments incurred in the process of acquiring
bearings from initial exploration through to the final completion
activity on the deposit. These costs (capital and operating) will be added
all taxes, duties, levies and other charges stemming from
financial business legislation and the expected amount of profit from
business, during the entire operation on the deposit.
Sum total of these items creates the overall financial sum which must cover
production of minerals from deposits. This sum represents the minimum
economic potential of the deposit reserves to ensure economic conquest and
meet all financial obligations. Until the establishment of minimum
economic potential of the deposit is necessary to reflect the difference between
vytěžitelnými reserves and geological reserves so that
geological reserves taking into account the nature of the deposit and the method of treatment and
conquest were set at a level allowing to define such scope
recoverable reserves, which covers the minimum required
economic potential of the deposit. When evaluating all partial economic indicators
it is necessary to take account of the expected economic development in the period
expected production from the deposit. If the minimum economic potential exploits
group bearings are to be used together
sets this group bearing a specific enumeration
minimum amount of reserves for each specific bearing.
All economic data are then evaluated as a whole for a group of bearings and data for specific
rated bearings are determined to be justified minimum
share. For already mined deposits or deposits of oil and natural gas
found during the search and exploration drilling subsequently
usable for mining of the deposit with minimal economic potential
determined with regard to the total future costs.
Model calculation or determine or estimate the minimum economic potential of the deposit determines
minimum amount of reserves at the deposit.

Second Quality mineral expresses qualitative indicators that are relevant for
treatment technology and to achieve market odbytelné
production and limits for waste processing technology or method
corresponding generally binding legal regulations.
Expressed as the sum of average and minimum or maximum indicators for bearing

As a whole and, where justified, even for part of the deposit or
products for the treatment and refining of mineral extraction.

Third Geological indicators include in particular lithology, age, morphology
bodies tectonic manifestations, mineralogy, petrography, genetic type
bearings. Defining, in those cases where they are needed for defining
inventory and inventory calculation processing. Besides qualitative definition for
these indicators in justified cases as well as their
quantitative definition in engineering units. In cases where the
definition of inventory is not necessary to determine geological indicators or
manner usable for the purpose of calculating reserves can not be set, the
geological indicators not defined and this fact shall be stated in the preamble
terms of usability.

Fourth Bansko technical conditions are set so that the supplies were defined
possible at existing or developed mining technology win,
taking account of existing technical and safety legislation.
Basic indicator is the relationship of getting to the surface (surface, deep,
combined, mining and drilling). Other indicators are limits
anticipated mining method. Range mining
technical indicators and their specifications shall be determined with regard to the purpose for which the calculation of reserves
processed.

Fifth Ecological conditions include limits and constraints that arise from
special legislation. ^ 28) These ratios are determined in the manner and to the extent corresponding
influence of environmental conditions on the definition and classification of reserves
in a particular area.

6th Another indicator is determined with regard to conflicts of interests protected by special legislation
^ 1) or the specific requirements of the contracting authority
deposit exploration.
Appendix 2


Conditions for defining prognostic resources of minerals and incorporating them into categories


First

Conditions for defining prognosis sources.

01.01 Projected mineral resource is defined on the basis of knowledge of the geological structure of the area
with respect to the regularities of the formation and the formation of deposits of minerals
.

02.01 Indicate the uses analogies with existing or past
bearing minerals and justify the legitimacy of its use.

03.01 Size prognosis source of minerals is given on the basis of an expert estimate
in units where the mineral is recognized in the state balance
stocks.

04.01 Projected mineral resource is defined taking into account the expected future conditions
conquest and exploitation of minerals.

Second

Category prognostic resources.

02.01 In the category for reserved minerals P and R categories for unreserved
minerals are classified prognostic resources of minerals, for which the knowledge of the geological structure of
prognosis resources and the existence and quality of mineral
established on the basis of the technical work. These prognostic resources are considered
estimated deposits of minerals for their protection
in land use planning and zoning decisions under special legal regulations
. ^ 29)

02.02 Q Do category are classified separately defined prognostic resources
outside the existing mineral deposit, geological mapping identified in
favorable geological conditions on the basis of a reasoned by analogy with other
bearing no proof of existence on the basis of the technical work.
Appendix 3


Outline of the final report on the solution of the geological task

Text part

First

Geological task and data about the area

A) Name of the geological task, phase of geological work, the name of the village, district and county
or other topographical determination of investigated territory or object
.

B) The client, an organization responsible manager of geological works.

C) Objective geological studies indicating the intent for which it should be
results of the geological task utilized.

Second

Performed geological work

By species shall enumeration and characterization of various kinds of geological works
used to solve geological task.
For all kinds of geological work indicates

A) the scope and volume of geological work,

B) methodology and technological procedures for the implementation of geological work
resulting in measurement, analysis or tests,

C) the number, type and method of sampling or direct measurements and observations
to the extent necessary to characterize the quality of the data and
observation


D) method of locating geological work

E) conflicts of interests protected by special legislation1)
a way to resolve them (referring to the documents annexed)

F) the method of disposal of collateral or technical work, or link
on their further use.

Third

The results of the work performed

It is reported the specific achievements made
geological history and their evaluation in relation to their goals. If the result of work carried out some
large sets of data presented in the form of attachments
if not necessary to specify in the text message.

Fourth
Conclusions and recommendations


04.01 Usefulness of the results with regard to the purpose for which the work was performed
, or a proposal for additional solutions related issues.

04.02 Limits use of the results of geological works for the protection and creation
environment and the interests protected by special laws and regulations
; ^ 1) in the final report with calculations of reserves or mineral deposits
groundwater resources, this point does not handle because it is
part of the calculation of reserves.

Fifth

Place and manner of storing material geological documentation, unless in
during the solution of the geological task excluded from further storage.

6th

List of references, maps and other sources.

7th

Budgeted and actual costs incurred and financing sources
geological task for tasks covered from the state budget.
If the task solution also documented reports of partial or partial
independently usable results, also shows their financial share of the total cost of
task.

Attachments final report
Graphic attachments


First Situational map of the study area, or object to scale
enabling topographical orientation, with the marking of territory carried
geological work and indicating the contours of protected areas that were related to
results of the task, if not the message text.

Second Maps and cross-sections showing the sampling sites, sites
performed measurements and observations, documentation points, wells, trenches, drilling, mining and other
specific works or objects used to solve geological task.

Third Targeted and specific maps and sections with expert content (eg.
Geological, geophysical, geochemical, technological, bearing,
hydrogeological, engineering-geological maps and sections).

Fourth Cartoon geological documentation outcrops, excavations, cuts, wells, trenches,
boreholes and mining works.

Fifth Photographic documentation.
Text attachments


First Coordinate all technical work performed, measurements and observations.

Second The results of individual measurements, analyzes, analyzes and pumping tests and
other data documenting the results of work performed.

Third Special reports (eg. Mineralogical, petrological, geophysical,
hydrogeological, geotechnical, geological or
Chemical Industry Report) documenting the results of the partial
special work.

Fourth Evidence on the results of discussion of conflicts of interests protected by special legislation
. ^ 1)

Fifth Copies of the reports on liquidation of technical works
with the signature of the owner or tenant of land.

6th The project and its changes. This annex is attached only at the geological
duties paid wholly or partly by the state budget.
Appendix 4


Outline of the final report on the outcome deposit survey containing
calculation of matching inventory

Text part

First

Contents of the message, including attachments

Second

Geological task

02.01 Name geological task, phase of geological work, topographical
determination of investigated territory or object, time and date of the task
copy of the final report.

02.02 The customer, the organization responsible manager of geological works.

03.02 Objective geological work.

04.02 Established exploration area.

Third
The works


03.01 Methodology and technological procedures for the implementation of works whose
result of the measurement, analysis or analysis.

03.02 Number, type and method of sampling and direct measurements and observations
to the extent necessary to characterize the quality of the data and observations
.

03.03 Method of localization work. When they applied to the various different work

Localization work, bring all the methods used to
specifications for that work were used.

04.03 Conflicts of interests protected by special legislation1)
a result of their solutions.

05.03 The method of disposal or provision of technical work, or link
on their further use.

Fourth

Characteristics of the deposit and its integration into the territory

04.01 Geological characteristics of the study area and integration into the bearing
geological region. They report only the characteristics of the geological structure of the area
pertaining to the deposit.

04.02 Description of the bearing and its housing (location, shape, direction, bows,
thickness, number and size of the bearing housings and their characteristics,
distribution of commercial components and their variability, the genetic type
bearings).

04.03 Quality and technological characteristics of the deposit.
Definition of the types of minerals and their technological types, including the accompanying
raw materials. Chemical, mineralogical, physical and technological properties
bearings; major and minor utility and harmful components.

04.04 Hydrogeological characteristics of the deposit and its surroundings.

05.04 Hydrogeological characteristics of the area. Aquifer and zone
their hydraulic and hydrogeological parameters kolektorské
properties of rocks, tectonic influence on hydrogeological conditions bearing occurrences
karst waters.

Fifth

Calculation of the

05.01 Methodology for the calculation of reserves and reasoning algorithms used in calculating
, alternative calculations, inventory, license reliability of the data used to calculate the inventory
(results of control tests and their evaluation).

05.02 Terms of utilization of inventories and determination of basic parameters
used in the calculation and terms of utilization of inventories and other conditions
evaluation.

05.03 Principles geometrization, extrapolation rozblokování and reserves of the deposit.

05.04 Spreadsheet calculations of the average power, average utility
contents of folders and other data needed for the calculation of reserves.

05.05 Tables calculating the volume and tonnage of reserves in the blocks, indicating their
quality and quantity of commercial components. Any estimation of inferred resources
minerals and their characteristics. In the calculations needed for inventory
mining permit are also included in the table of extractable reserves.

06.05 Overall results of calculation of reserves in the tables, segmentation and classification
under special legislation.

07.05 Limits the possible use of bearings.

08.05 Relationship potential mining of the deposit to the interests protected by special legislation
, ^ 1) conflicts of interest affecting the use of deposits and their
possible solutions; continuity with the town planning documentation.

6th

Financing works.

This chapter is processed, if the task is fully or partially covered by
funds from the state budget. Indicate the total amount of resources and
proportion of funds paid from the state budget. If you were solving
processing tasks also partial reports independently usable
results also indicates their financial share of the total cost
task, indicating the sources of financing.

7th

Conclusions and recommendations.

It is reported results and their usefulness for the purpose for which they were
geological work performed, and proposed other solutions
related issues.

8th

Place and manner of storing material geological documentation and reports of
made destruction.

9th

Bibliography maps and other sources.

Attachments final report
Graphic attachments


First Situational map of the study area, or object to scale
enabling topographical orientation, with the marking of territory carried
geological work and putting contour mining areas, protected
deposit areas, specially protected areas, protection zones
groundwater or other protected areas.

Second Geological map of the study area with the adjacent areas whose
geological structure affects the solution of the geological task.

Third The basic mining map and additional maps and sections showing the drilling, mining and other works
, specific objects and natural outcrops, withdrawal points
sample locations of the measurements and other documentation points
used to solve geological task .

Fourth Targeted and specific maps and sections with expert content (eg.

Geological, geophysical, geochemical, technological, bearing,
hydrogeological and engineering-geological maps and sections).

Fifth Maps and cross-sections blocks deposit reserves and additional maps and sections documenting
calculation of reserves of mineral deposits showing projected reserves and inferred resources at
surface and defining the contours of the surface deposits.

6th Cartoon geological documentation reveals cuts, wells, trenches, wells and
workings.

7th Photographic documentation.

8th The project of geological work and its changes. This annex is attached
only for geological tasks borne wholly or partly by the
state budget.
Text attachments


First Decision on establishment of exploratory areas.

Second Approved terms of usability, including the explanatory memorandum.

Third Proposal to approve the stocks with the characteristics of mineral deposits and reserves
passport bearing mineral.

Fourth Surveying report stating coordinate all technical
work performed, measurements and observations.

Fifth The results of individual measurements, analyzes, analyzes, pumping tests and
other data documenting the results of work performed.

6th Special reports (eg. Mineralogical, petrological, geophysical,
hydrogeological, geotechnical, geological or
Chemical Industry news, research reports editing, converting and processing minerals
) documenting the results of the partial
special work.

7th Evidence on the results of discussion of conflicts of interests protected by special legislation
. ^ 1)

8th Copies of the reports on liquidation of technical works
with the signature of the owner or tenant of land in question.

9th The project of geological work and its changes. This annex is attached
only for geological tasks borne wholly or partly by the
state budget.
Appendix 5


Outline of the final report on the outcome deposit exploration with the calculation of explored reserves


Text part

First

Contents of the message, including attachments

Second

Geological task

02.01 Name geological task, phase of geological work, topographical
determination of investigated territory or object, time solving geological task and
date copy of the final report.

02.02 The customer, the organization responsible manager of geological works.

03.02 Brief details of the project of geological work and its changes.

04.02 Objective geological work.

05.02 Established exploration area.

In the case of exploration to provide data on the mining area and
approved plan preparation, initiation and mining of the deposit and the organization
conducting geological work in the event that it is not an organization that was set
mining area.

Third

The current exploration bearings

Fourth

Performed geological work

By species shall enumeration and characterization of various kinds of geological works
used to solve geological task.
For all species, indicating the scope and volume of geological work, methodology and technological processes
implementation of geological work, numbers, species and
way of sampling and direct measurement and observation method of locating
geological work. For work associated with interference in the plot is also
indicate conflicts of interests with the interests protected by special legislation1)
a way to solve them and method of disposal or provision of technical
washing or further use.

Fifth

Characteristics bearings and territories

05.01 Geological characteristics of the study area and integration into the bearing
geological region.

05.02 Description of the bearing and its housing (location, shape, direction, bows,
thickness, number and size of the bearing housings and their characteristics,
tectonics on bearings and its influence on the mining of the deposit genetic type
bearings, distribution and variability of commercial components and bearings
pollutants).

05.03 Quality and technological characteristics of the deposit.
Definition of the types of minerals and their technological types, including the accompanying
raw materials. Chemical, mineralogical, physical and technological properties
; major and minor utility and harmful ingredients
raw materials, materials, backfilling, cleaning out, heaps, dumps and tailings.
Stability and mobility of harmful components and their impact on the environment
environment and its components.


05.04 Hydrogeological characteristics of the area. Aquifer and zone
their hydraulic and hydrogeological parameters kolektorské
properties of rocks, tectonic influence on hydrogeological conditions bearing occurrences
karst waters. Prerequisite ingress of water into the mine workings, expected
quantity and quality of the mine water. Relationship anticipated method of use
bearing sources of groundwater or surface water.

05.05 Geological characteristics of the area, the properties of the rock
environment (massive) and their impact on mining conditions, the possible effects
anticipated mining method for stability of the area.

6th

Processing method of calculating inventories

06.01 Calculation methodology and reasoning algorithms used in the calculation
alternative calculations stocks.

06.02 Terms of utilization of inventories and determination of basic parameters
used in the calculation and terms of utilization of inventories and other conditions
evaluation.

06.03 Principles geometrization, extrapolation and rozblokování and their impact on the calculation accuracy
inventory, license reliability of data used to calculate
(results of control tests and their evaluation).

7th

The results of calculation of the reserves

07.01 Spreadsheet calculations of the average power, average content
utility and harmful components and other data needed for the calculation of reserves.

07.02 Tables calculating the volume and tonnage of reserves in the blocks, indicating their
quality and quantity of commercial components. Any estimation of inferred resources
minerals and their characteristics. In the calculations needed for inventory
mining permit are also included in the table of extractable reserves.

07.03 Overall results of calculation of reserves in the tables, segmentation and classification
under a special law. ^ 24)

8th

Limits the potential use of deposits

08.01 Expected method of mining deposits, possibilities and limits placement
main mine workings, dumps, tailings ponds and major surface structures
needed for extraction and treatment of extracted raw materials.

08.02 Ownership of the land affected by the anticipated conquest.

08.03 Relationship potential mining of the deposit to the interests protected by special
legislation1) and conflicts of interest affecting the use of deposits, their
possible solutions; continuity with the town planning documentation.

9th

Financing works

09.01 Overview of previous geological tasks related to search or survey
bearing the source of funding. For tasks
paid wholly or partly by the state budget is also referred
total amount of financing or share of the state budget, the total price
geological work.

09.02 Price Solutions geological task if the task is covered fully or partially
of funds from the state budget. Enter the total volume
financing and the share paid from the state budget. If you were at
solution of the geological task processed also partial reports separately
usable results, also shows their financial share of
total cost of the geological task, indicating the sources of financing.

10th
Conclusions and recommendations


Usability of the results, a proposal for additional solutions related issues.

11th

Place and manner of storing material geological documentation and reports of
made destruction.

12th

Bibliography maps and other sources.

Attachments final report
Graphic attachments


First Situational map of the study area, or object to scale
enabling topographical orientation, with the marking contours bearing
territory carried out geological studies, contour mining areas,
protected deposit areas, specially protected areas, protection of underground bands
water, or other protected areas or interests.

Second Geological map of the study area and cut with adjacent areas whose
geological structure affects the use of deposits.

Third The basic mining map and additional maps and sections showing the drilling, mining and other works
, specific objects and natural outcrops, withdrawal points
sample locations of the measurements and other documentation points
used to solve geological task .

Fourth Targeted and specific maps and sections with expert content (eg.
Geological, geophysical, geochemical, technological, bearing,

Hydrogeological and engineering-geological maps and sections) that
documented facts stated in the message.

Fifth Maps and sections of blocks of reserves and inferred resources and maps and cross
documenting the calculation of reserves of mineral deposits showing
projection reserves and inferred resources at the surface.

6th Maps of potential impacts of mining on surface and the interests protected by special legislation
. ^ 1)

7th Cartoon geological documentation reveals cuts, wells, trenches, wells and
workings.

8th Photographic documentation.
Text attachments


First Decision on establishment of exploratory areas and its changes.

Second Approved conditions utilization of inventories, including the explanatory memorandum.

Third Proposal to approve the stocks with the characteristics of mineral deposits and reserves
passport bearing mineral.

Fourth Surveying message specifying the coordinates of all the measurements and observations
, completed technical work.

Fifth The results of individual measurements, analyzes, analyzes and pumping tests and
other data documenting the results of work performed.

6th Special reports (eg. Mineralogical, petrological, geophysical,
hydrogeological, geotechnical, geological,
Chemical Technology, research reports editing, converting and processing minerals
), offering a comprehensive solution
as a result of special issues .

7th Evidence on the results of discussion of conflicts of interests protected by special legislation
. ^ 1)

8th Copies of the protocols on disposal of exploration works
with the signature of the owner or tenant of land in question.

9th The project of geological work and its changes. This annex is attached
only for geological tasks borne wholly or partly by the
state budget.
Annex 6


Outline calculation of the liquidation of inventories

Text part

First

Contents of the message, including attachments.

Second

Data on deposit.

02.01 Summary overview of search and exploration of deposits.

02.02 A summary overview of the issued administrative decisions (setting
exploration area, establishing a mining lease, a mining permit
activities) and their holders.

03.02 Summary overview previous calculations stocks.

04.02 A summary overview of the mining of the deposit and stating
annual compilation of the mined reserves and their quality, on the loss
inventory losses and write-downs.

Third

Overview acquired geological documentation.

Fourth

Overview of geological works carried out in the mining exploration and
results.

Fifth

Stocks bearings.

05.01 Data on the total amount of reserves at the deposit, their distribution and
qualitative characteristics, genetic type bearings.

05.02 Description of residual inventory and storage (location, shape, direction,
bows, thickness, number and size of the bearing housings and their characteristics
).

05.03 Quality and technological characteristics of residual stocks.
Definition of mineral resources and their technological types.
Chemical, mineralogical, physical and technological characteristics;
major and minor utility and harmful ingredients minerals, materials
backfilling, cleaning out, heaps, dumps and tailings. The stability and mobility
harmful components and their impact on the environment and its components.

05.04 Relationship of residual stocks of extracted the premises.

05.05 Reasons for not remaining reserves are already exhausted.

6th

Hydrogeological characteristics.

Hydrogeological characteristics of the area. Aquifer and Gaza, their
hydraulic and hydrogeological parameters kolektorské properties of rocks, tectonic
impact on hydrogeology bearing occurrences
karst waters. Quantity and quality of mine water. Expected situation after
mining and its impact on surface and groundwater resources.

7th

Geological conditions of the area, the impact of mining on surface and
stability of the area, geological limits other uses of the territory.

9th

Relationship residual inventory to the interests protected by special legal regulations
. ^ 1)

10th

Conclusions and recommendations.

11th

Place and method of deposit geological documentation and protocols made
shredding.

12th

Bibliography maps and other sources.

Attachments final report
Graphic attachments



First Situational map of the study area, or object to scale
enabling topographical orientation, the contour of the bearing and territories
conducted geological studies.

Second The basic mining map and additional maps and sections showing the drilling, mining and other works
, specific objects and natural outcrops, withdrawal points
sample locations of the measurements and other documentation points.

Third Targeted and specific maps and sections with expert content (eg.
Geological, geophysical, geochemical, technological, bearing,
hydrogeological, engineering-geological maps and sections).

Fourth Maps and sections of blocks of reserves and inferred resources and additional maps and cross
documenting residual stocks showing the projection of reserves and hypothetical resources
to the surface.

Fifth Maps with the definition of mining areas, protected deposit area,
specially protected areas, protective zones of groundwater or other
territory or interests protected by special legislation. ^ 1)

6th Maps with the effects of mining on surface and stabilitními ratios territory.

7th Cartoon geological documentation reveals cuts, wells, trenches, wells and
workings.

8th Photographic documentation.
Text attachments


First Proposal to approve residual stocks with their characteristics and
passport bearing mineral reserves.

Second Surveying message specifying the coordinates of all the measurements and observations
, completed technical work.

Third The results of individual observation, measurement, analysis, and analysis
pumping tests and other data documenting the results of work performed
in mining exploration and exploitation of the deposit.

Fourth Special reports (mineralogical, petrological, geophysical,
hydrogeological, geotechnical, geological,
Chemical Technology, research reports editing, converting and processing minerals
), offering a concise form the results
solving special problems.

Fifth Copies of the relevant administrative decisions and authorizations, or other
administrative documents and any amendments thereto issued by administrative authorities to use
bearings.
Annex 7


Outline of the final report on the solution of the geological task with the calculation of reserves of underground water


Text part

First

Geological task and data about the area

01.01 Name geological task, phase of geological work, the name of the village,
county, region or locality designation investigated territory or object
.

02.01 The customer, the organization responsible manager of geological works

03.01 Objective geological work, stating the purpose for which they are to be
results of the geological task utilized.

04.01 Characteristics of the study area for the purposes of geological
work.

Second
The works


By species shall enumeration and characterization of various kinds of geological works
used to solve geological task.
For each species the

02.01 the scope and volume of geological work,

02.02 methodology and technological procedures for the implementation of geological work
resulting in measurement, analysis or tests,

03.02 numbers, species and method of sampling and direct measurements and observations
to the extent necessary to characterize the quality of the data and
observation

04.02 method of locating geological work. When applied to the various geological work
different ways their localization, says all
methods used with the specification for which geological works were
used

05.02 conflicts of interests protected by special legislation1)
a way to resolve them (referring to the documents annexed)

06.02 method of destruction or securing technical work, or link
on their further use.

Third

The results of the work performed.

Fourth

Calculation of groundwater reserves

04.01 Definition and spatial characteristics of the water body
evaluated based on criteria established by a special legal předpisem28)

A) the boundaries of the water body projected onto the surface

B) a name derived from valid territorial identification,

C) belonging to the hydrogeological turf,

04.02 Incorporating evaluated the body of water in the hydrogeological conditions
wider area, characteristic of water bearing system.

04.03 Hydrogeological function evaluated lithostratigraphic units.


04.04 Default climatological and hydrological data and their appreciation
hydrological balance.

05.04 Concomitant use of groundwater in the assessed water body.

06.04 Evaluation of regime observation groundwater.

07.04 Hydro-physical properties of rocks, hydraulic parameters
water bearing geological environment, function tectonics and karst phenomena.

08.04 Groundwater regime; migration parameters of the geological environment.

09.04 Hydrochemical regime and bacteriological and biological condition of the underground water
.

4.10 Hydrogeological evaluation of water bearing system to the needs of
calculating groundwater reserves.

4.11 Model solutions, calculation methodology and justification, computational
schemes justification boundary conditions.

4.12 Own calculation of the amount of groundwater stating their
quality structured for calculating natural resources (taking into account the resources
induced and artificial) and calculate the usable amount
groundwater documented input data; classification of inventory
groundwater in terms of requirements for that category.

4.13. Evaluation of water quality and its genetic types in the structure
risk analysis of possible pollution, a proposal to adjust the groundwater.

Fifth

Terms of the protection and use of groundwater under review
water body and its relationship to the environment and its components.

05.01 The design of the usable quantity and quality of groundwater in the water body
evaluated.

05.02 Proposal to establish the monitored objects to track the movement
levels of groundwater contamination and influence.

05.03 The relationship of the proposed use of groundwater to the interests protected
special legislation1) and possible solutions identified
conflicts of interest with the proposed use of groundwater, linked to the territorial
planning documentation.

6th

Vodohospodářský importance of groundwater as a water body assessed.

7th

Conclusions and recommendations.

It is reported usefulness of the results with regard to the purpose for which they were
geological work performed, or a proposal for another solution
related issues.

8th

Place and manner of storing material geological documentation, unless in
during the solution of the geological task excluded from further storage.

9th

Bibliography maps and other sources.

10th

Budgeted and actual costs incurred and financing sources
geological task if the task was funded fully or partially by
funds from the state budget. If the solution of the geological task
also documented reports of partial or partial self
usable results, also shows their financial share of the total cost of the geological
task.

Attachments final report

First Situational map of the study area, or object to scale
enabling topographical orientation and locating geological work.

Second Geological map of the study area with the adjacent areas whose
geological structure affects the solution of the geological task.

Third Geological maps and cross-sections showing the technical works
specific objects, as well as natural outcrops and other documentation points
used to solve geological task, purpose and special maps and cross
(eg. Geophysical, geochemical, technological, hydrogeological, hydrochemical
and engineering geological maps and sections, maps and cross
lithostratigraphic units, hydroizohyps, power panels or insulating
horizons).

Fourth Maps and cross-sections defined inventory and other sections documenting the calculation of reserves
groundwater designating existing or proposed conservation zones
.

Fifth Proposal to approve the stocks with the characteristics of groundwater resources.

6th The summary geological documentation of technical works, reports and graphs
measurements and pumping tests, data from analyzes of samples and other data
documenting the results of geological work.

7th Special reports (eg. Mineralogical, petrological, geophysical,
hydrogeological, geotechnical, geological,
of Chemical, biological or sanitary)
serving in summary form the results of the partial solutions to specific problems.

8th Coordinates the mouth of wells and mining works, selected wells and springs,
specific sites on streams and other survey data.


9th Maps showing the interests protected by special legislation 1)
which may affect the use of the results of geological work.

10th Evidence on the results of discussion of conflicts of interests protected by special legislation
. ^ 1)

11th The project and its changes. This annex is attached only at the geological
duties paid wholly or partly by the state budget.
Appendix 8


Conditions for estimates and calculations of reserves exploitable quantities of underground water and their

classification
A.

Hydrogeological terminology used

First Hydrogeological massif - hydrogeological environments with a single
regionally widespread collector surface zone of weathering and
Open fissures. A typical representative of the hydrogeological massif
are igneous, metamorphic and strongly reinforced and folded sedimentary rocks
.

Second Hydrogeologic basin - hydrogeological environments typically
sedimentary origin with different numbers of bedding
hydrogeological collectors, usually separated by hydro insulators.
Groundwater flow tends regional range in the tens of square kilometers
and reach into the depths of hundreds of meters with definable zones
infiltration and drainage. Hydrogeological pan may comprise one or more
zvodněných systems.

Third Aquifer system is a system zvodněných hydrogeological collectors
whose aquifers are in mutual hydraulic connection.
Boundary water bearing system does not allow underground water near water bearing
system were substantially affected by changes within the hydraulic
water bearing system and vice versa. Aquifer system is in terms of balance
groundwater or less closed system (hydrogeological region).
Aquifer system may be the same hydrogeological Rajon
or form part, or may involve more turf.

Fourth Hydrogeological region is a territorial unit
similar hydrogeological conditions, defined on the basis of geological, hydrogeological,
hydrological, climatic and morphological aspects. Hydrogeological
turf is considered the basic territorial unit for balancing
groundwater.

Fifth Groundwater resources are dynamic (renewable)
groundwater component, expressed in units of volume flow (volume per unit of time
). They consist of natural, induced and artificial sources of groundwater
:

A) Natural groundwater sources (renewable natural resources
underground water) - the amount of water under natural conditions in the long term make-up
infiltration into the hydrogeological collector or water bearing system.

B) induced groundwater resources - groundwater, which flows into
water bearing system in its use due to changes
piezometrických situation on its borders.

C) Artificial groundwater source is groundwater, deliberately or unconsciously
charged into a hydrogeological collector or water bearing
system due to anthropogenic activities (eg. Artificial recharge, leakage from pipes
infiltration of surplus water irrigation).

6th Groundwater reserves form the volume of groundwater hydrogeological collector
given its effective porosity and elastic properties
kolektorských rocks and water:

A) Static (geological) reserves of underground water - the amount of gravitational water
in the aquifer system; in the case of collectors with free surface correspond
static supplies effective porosity.

B) Flexible underground water supplies - the volume of water that is released after the reduction
collector pressure (gage voltage) from stocks in static
saturation of the collector due to the flexibility of the collector, i.e. due to the increase in volume
accumulated water in relation to its volume
compressibility and consequently reduction of pore space collector.

7th Exploitable quantity of groundwater - the amount of groundwater that can be
rational use of hydrogeological collector or
water bearing system, occurs without adversely affecting the groundwater
or the environment. When determining the amount of usable groundwater
after a comprehensive analysis of the hydrogeological conditions based on natural
(or. Induced and artificial) sources of groundwater supplies
groundwater hydraulic parameters of soil and groundwater quality
taking into account the ecological and economic situation,
technical and legal aspects.


8th Hydrological balance model - a model of the time during the balance of precipitation, evapotranspiration
, surface runoff, water storage in the unsaturated zone
and runoff into the saturated zone (ie. Rainfall infiltration);
model must be verified based on the consensus of measured and model values ​​
total runoff in balancing profile.

9th The hydraulic model - a model simulating two-dimensional or spatial
groundwater flow (steady, unsteady, transient) and
accumulation of groundwater in the saturated aquifer environment while respecting
Darcy's law and the law of continuity;
model verification is performed using the water level and flow criteria for comparing the measured and model
levels and flows.

B.

The classification of groundwater reserves, water body

Groundwater reserves are classified according to the degree of verification and knowledge into categories
III, II and I, divided into groundwater resources (natural,
induced, artificial) and usable quantities of groundwater.
Induced and artificial groundwater resources are classified into categories, their credibility is intended
categories usable amount on which calculation
involved. Inventories are classified on

First

Natural Resources category III

The category III is classified natural underground water sources
determined by analogy and flow measurement during the lows and natural resources
calculated using one of the methods of separation of basic
runoff or through the hydrologic balance model using time
series of measured flow rates of less than 5 years. The hydrological balance model
verifies compliance criteria based on measurements and modeling flows.
The evaluations estimate of the average value of natural resources.

Second

Natural Resources category II

The category II are classified natural underground water sources
calculated using one of the methods of separation of basic runoff or through
hydrological balance model using time series measurements
flows greater than 5 years. The evaluations are time series of annual
values ​​of natural resources.

Third

Natural Resources category I

The category I is classified natural underground water sources
calculated using the hydrological balance model using time series
measured flows more than 15 years. The evaluations are time series
annual values ​​of natural resources.

C.

Classification of usable quantities of groundwater water body

First

Usable quantities of groundwater Category III

The category III is classified usable quantities of groundwater
calculated using a stationary hydraulic model solution in terms
average rainfall infiltration, determined as the average
natural resources, at least in category III. The hydraulic model
verifies using the water level and flow measurement and compliance criteria
model water levels and flows. The output rating is the average value
usable quantities of groundwater. The evaluation shall be based on a comprehensive evaluation
archival materials on the geological, hydrogeological
, hydraulic, hydrologic and hydrochemical
conditions and quality of groundwater reserves, supplemented
control data in the field (level measurement, water quality, etc. .), and in necessary cases
limited number of observations and measurements in boreholes or
other technical works.

Second

Usable amount of category II

The category II are classified usable quantities of groundwater
calculated using stationary and transient hydraulic model
solutions using simulation current operation and collection of regime
simultaneous observation for longer than 5 years.
Into the hydraulic model solution enters rainfall infiltration
set a minimum level of natural resources category II. The hydraulic model is verified using
water level and flow measurement and compliance criteria model
levels and flows.

Third

Usable quantity of Category I

Category I is classified usable quantities of groundwater
calculated using stationary and transient hydraulic model solution by simulating
current operation and simultaneous collection of regime
observation for more than 15 years. The hydraulic model solution
enter withholding infiltration set a minimum level of natural

Resource category I. The hydraulic model is verified using
water level and flow measurement compliance criteria and model water levels and flows.
Based on the completed evaluation should be documented knowledge
same data necessary for general conditions of utilization, as in the case of category
II.
Appendix 9


Risk geological hazards of the environment

For the purposes of this Decree shall be defined as follows geohazards environmental
:

First

Disruption of groundwater flow regime

The geohazards of sudden changes in the level and state levels
groundwater, which may occur either by increasing (eg.
Creation springs, waterlogged sites, waterlogged buildings, creation of subsidence
lakes) or reducing (eg. the decline of water levels in wells and boreholes,
demise or decline in the yield of springs and wetlands, inrushes
water into underground workings and space) as a result of natural processes (eg.
landslides, subsidence, earthquake).

Second

Risk concentrations of selected inorganic or organic substances of natural origin
groundwater

For geohazards are considered elevated contents of Al, As, Ba, Be, Cd,
Co, Cu, Hg, Mo, Ni, Pb, V, Zn, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
(hereinafter "PAU ") of natural origin, in quantities exceeding
following values ​​(in mcg / l):
--------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------
As Al Ba Be Cd Co Cr Cu Mo Ni Hg, Pb Zn In PAH
-------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ----------------
250 50 1000 1 5 100 150 200 2 180 100 100 150 1500 40
------------- -------------------------------------------------- -----------------------

If they are given the concentrations of anthropogenic pollution, it is not a
geohazards.

Third

Limit concentrations of selected inorganic or organic substances of natural origin
in rocks and their weathering products

The geohazards, according to this decree considers the total content of As,
Be, Cd, Cu, Hg, Mo, Pb, Sb, Zn and PAHs natural origin detected in
geological environment and the products of the chemical or
mechanical weathering (eg. in soils, sediments, water courses or
sediments of natural and artificial water reservoirs), if it exceeds
following values:
----------- -------------------------------------------------- -------------------
Be as Cd Hg Cu Mo Pb Zn Sb PAU
------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------
Primary rocks 5 8 0.5 150 0.2 5 45 0.6 230 -
--------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------
weathering products 50 10 5 200 5 50 300 10 800 40 -----------------------------------
---------------------------------------------

Contents are given in mg / kg (g / t).

If anomalous concentrations determined by anthropogenic pollution, not
about geohazards. For geohazards further
does not exceed the specified values ​​in cases were not analyzed
rocks and products of their weathering, but only a fraction prepared by procedures
which lead to selective secondary enrichment of said elements in the analyzed fractions
such as magnetic separation or panning. For
geohazards also does not exceed the specified values ​​for PAH in
oil, flammable gas or coal.

Fourth
Increased radioactivity


The geohazards are such
volume activity of radioactive elements in groundwater that exceeded the limits for drinking water
under a special law. ^ 30) The risk
Geofactors also treated radon concentration in soil air,
which exceed 20 kBq / m3 in highly permeable soils, 40 kBq / m3 at medium
permeable soils and 60 kBq / m3 in low permeable soils.

Fifth

Slope movements and rockfalls

The geohazards is considered the movement of soil, debris, rocks and rock massif
or its parts under the influence of geological processes that
manifested eg. Swell, accumulation of soil and rocks, a bulging forehead
slope, nahnutím or refutation of trees, collapsing rocks, bahnotoky,
declines zatrháváním longitudinal slopes, developed odlučnými surfaces
emergence of new sources, the movement retaining walls or cracking
buildings, in dimensions not negligible, or the development

Observable in solving geological task. For geohazards
is not considered permanent sediment transport streams.

6th

Oil and Gas

The geohazards is considered to be the output of crude oil in amounts greater than
negligible or combustible gas concentration in excess of 5% of their
natural deposit of rock structures after natural
travels to the surface. For geohazards is not
output of oil and combustible gas mine workings, drilling or other
technical parts, with the exception of abandoned or old mine workings. ^ 31)

7th
Carbon dioxide


The geohazards is considered a natural buildup of carbon dioxide in natural
underground spaces in a continuous layer
thickness exceeding 0,3 m or inflow of carbon dioxide into underground
space for work or residence of people.
Reporting obligation will apply to tributaries of carbon dioxide into the workings
caused by mining activities, with the exception of abandoned or old mine workings. ^ 31)
Annex 10


The procedure for processing requirements and calculation or recalculation mineral reserves

First The basic data for calculation and recalculation of the mineral reserves are:

A) mining and surveying data that form coordinate sampling
performed measurements and observations are conducted technical
works and topographical documents (maps, sections, diagrams) in detail
enabling document localization, and extent of observations, measurements
, technical work and samples with an accuracy that corresponds
requirements for precision localization of detected geological data,

B) geological data forming geological documentation carried
theses measurements and observations. Include the full range of all necessary
geological disciplines (eg. Tectonics, lithology, petrology
mineralogy, geochemistry, geophysics, hydrogeology, engineering geology, soil science
, geomorphology), the results of which are required for processing
calculating individual parts inventory

C) analytical data that form the results of analyzes of samples of minerals, rocks
, water or gas

D) technological data, which form the test results treatability
mineral deposits,

E) legal data that make up the body of knowledge on all legal
factors that affect the use of deposits,

F) economic data, especially data that form

First a one-off and operating costs and expenditure survey, opening,
mining, remediation and reclamation, including the cost of land
solving conflicts of interests protected by special legislation ^ 1) and mining damages

Second Fees, levies, duties and taxes,

Third prices of production from extracted, treated or processed
minerals, and their developments in the relevant market

G) references to deposits of minerals, including justification of eligibility analogy
if economic data are replaced using analogies with other
dobývanými bearings.

Second For information eligible for the calculation of reserves are considered

A) mining and surveying data, which includes the acquisition of data corresponding
conditions laid down by special legislation. ^ 19) U coordinate
putting the system in which they are established and how they
acquisition, ie. whether they were obtained by focusing field, deriving from the plot
map or otherwise specified. For coordinate measuring instrument commissioning
which coordinates were targeted, the parameters indicated by the manufacturer
measurement accuracy, or starting point, from which it was derived more
measurements. In the event that the determination of coordinates is also used
calculate, how to calculate and its impact on the accuracy of the calculated
coordinates. Furthermore, mentioning a natural person who carried out measurements, calculations or deduction
coordinate and signature of the initial surveying documentation responsible
meter with valid authorization. For newly made maps, diagrams, or other cuts
topographical documents putting numerical and graphical
scale, orientation cardinal points are allowing
clear indication of the name and location of individuals who
topographical base manufactured with and the name and surname
qualified persons to carry out surveying activities, ^ 32)

B) geological data, which includes geological documentation
conform to the special legislation ^ 18)


C) analytical data that include putting the lab or workplace
which carried out the analysis; name and signature of the natural person who
responsible for the analysis; stating the type of device or devices on which
analyzes, tests or measurements performed;
manufacturer's quoted accuracy; indication of whether the control performed analysis, testing or
measurements and, if implemented, should be made of the evaluation. For
analyzes or measurements that can only provide accredited
workplace, there must be a link to the analyzes achieved accreditation

D) technological data, which include sample, which were carried
model and pilot testing treatability mineral;
sample must be equipped with the passport of containing complete information about the site sample
weight and how they are taken, graphic geological documentation
place of sampling and sample representativeness justification for
deposit or part thereof. For technological tests shall apply mutatis mutandis
requirements for analytical data

E) legal data, which include knowledge about the legal
facts documented by reference to the legislation or reference to
performed legal acts (eg. Administrative decisions, contracts) stating
place where it is stored original or certified copy of the relevant document.
Data must be accompanied by a statement that it is a complete data, or
must be listed links to legal documents, which
failed to get

F) economic data, which include placing their age and source.
If instead of the data used analogies with other dobývanými
bearings, says the preamble to the legitimacy of the use of analogies and its influence on calculation accuracy
inventory and classification.

Third If at some archival data and characteristics can be demonstrated
data necessary for the calculation of reserves used, this fact shall
and assess its possible impact on the calculation accuracy of inventory.

Fourth Credibility of calculating inventories shows

A) the reasons for the choice of method of calculating inventories due to the deposit type
(eg. Genetic type, body shape variability minerals,
variability of geological phenomena affecting the definition of inventory)
stage of its exploration and data quality used to calculate

B) proof of eligibility documents used for the calculation of reserves,

C) Protocol on the Control of input data and the calculation of inventory control
signed by the person who carried out an inspection,

D) evaluating the effect of all errors, inaccuracies, simplification and
rounding on input data and method of calculation
stocks on the calculation result of inventory.

Fifth For bearings on which in the past has been calculated or
conversion of stocks, it is necessary to prove the relationship of these calculations in the following range
:

A) the indication of the last calculation of reserves applicable to the entire deposit, b)
putting subsequent calculations inventory prepared for the portion of deposits

C) areal and spatial relationship of the newly demarcated reserves to last
valid in inventories according to data from the state register of
and their projection on the surface

D) justify the validity of the new calculation or recalculation of stocks throughout
bearing or a precise definition of the deposit with the new calculation or recalculation
inventory

E) the launch of a new comprehensive inventory calculated on the deposit including
konturace new bearings, or defining the contours of designating various
degree of legal state in the deposit (reserves within the mining area and
outside the mining area, reserves of various mining areas).
For conversion of stocks of mined deposits also indicates what part
previously identified reserves of the deposit has been mined.

6th Observed accumulation of minerals that meet the requirements of usability,
to define mineral reserves as deposits. To evaluate the reserves of unrestricted minerals
classification for reserved minerals
apply mutatis mutandis. Observed accumulation of minerals that has not been for lack of data
possible to perform an evaluation under the terms
usability is rated as prognostic resource.

7th If the new calculation or recalculation of inventory reserves according to new
terms of usability concerns already existing exclusive deposit
non-reserved mineral-33), then when extended inventory is a non-reserved mineral reserves
that are not part of the reserve deposit with

Except for inventories, which are calculated

A) the contours of stocks authorized under previous legal
regulations ^ 34) or

B) in-depth continuation of the deposits if their projections on the surface contours
exceed the projection of stocks prevailing on December 20, 1991, or

C) within the specified mining area.

8th Mineral reserves to mineral reserve deposit of non-reserved and non-reserved mineral
stocks outside the reserves occur in the calculation
stocks, while classification of reserves and the passport presented separately.

9th When calculating reserves is recalculated reserves outside the range specified
exploration area or mining area. When an organization
calculation of reserves at existing deposit, the scope of which exceeds
limit of the mining area and exploration area
dividing the portion of deposits that is provided inside the mining area or
exploration area, as new independent part of the original bearings and
calculation performed only on this part of the deposit. For newly defined part
bearings processes organizations passport, which contains

A) the original range of supplies throughout the deposit,

B) the original range of supplies to parts of the deposit within the specified mining
space or exploration area

C) the scope and stocks on parts of the deposit within the specified mining
space exploration area or on the basis of the new calculation or recalculation
stocks.

10th If the influence of different conditions for the use on non-consecutive blocks
inventory and re-defined the contours of bearings, leaves this state.

11th If an organization when calculating the reserves of oil, combustible natural gas
mineralized water for industrial acquisition reserved minerals
find that productive collectors beyond the border of the mining area
or established exploration area, then

A) in the case of productive collectors extend into territory where the
another organization has been established exploration area or mining
space organization performs calculation of reserves within the specified mining
space or exploration area, taking into account
geological structure of territory beyond the established mining area or exploratory
territory; stocks, however only calculated within a specified area
mining or exploration area

B) in the case of productive collectors extend into territory where the
another organization established exploration area or mining lease
organization performs calculation of reserves within the mining area or
exploration area in agreement with the organization which was established reconnaissance
territory or mining area.
Annex 11


OUTLINE OF FINAL REPORT ON EXPLORATION anthropogenic contamination in the geological environment

TEXT PART


First Information about the area

01.01 General Information

1.1.1. Geographical definition of the territory

1.1.2. Existing and planned land use

1.1.3. Basic characterization occupancy territory

1.1.4. Property relations

02.01 Natural conditions of the area

1.2.1. Geomorphological and climatic conditions

1.2.2. Geological conditions

1.2.3. Hydrogeological conditions

1.2.4. Hydrology

1.2.5. Geochemical and hydrochemical data on the site

Second Exploratory work

2.1 The current exploration area

2.1.1. The basic results of previous exploration and remediation work at the site


2.1.2. Overview pollution sources

2.1.3. Identification of substances of potential interest and other risk factors


2.1.4. Preliminary conceptual model pollution

2.2 Current survey work

2.2.1. Methodology and scope of exploratory and analytical work

2.2.2. The results of exploratory work

2.2.3. Summary area and spatial extent and pollution levels

2.2.4. Assessment of pollution propagation

2.2.4.1. The spread of contamination in the unsaturated zone

2.2.4.2. The spread of pollution in the saturated zone

2.2.4.3. The spread of pollution of surface water

2.2.4.4. Characteristics of the development process in terms of pollution of natural attenuation


2.2.5. Summary of the spread and development of pollution

2.2.6. Limitations and uncertainties

Third Risk assessment

03.01 Risk identification

3.1.1. The determination and justification of the priority pollutants and other risk factors


3.1.2. Basic characteristics of beneficiaries risks


3.1.3. Summary of transport routes and outline realistic exposure scenarios
(updated conceptual model)

03.02 Health risk assessment

3.2.1. Exposure evaluation

3.2.2. Estimating health risks

03.03 Ecological Risk Assessment

04.03 Summary overall risk

05.03 Limitations and uncertainties

Fourth Recommendations for corrective action

04.01 Recommendation endpoint corrective measures

04.02 Recommendations progress of corrective actions with an estimate of financial costs


Fifth Conclusions and recommendations

References


List of Abbreviations
MANDATORY FINAL REPORT ATTACHMENTS

First copy of the registration form geological work

Second overview map of the area at a scale of 1: 25,000 or more detailed


Third Listing of real estate, including copies of cadastral maps with plotting
indicative of the area

Fourth and special purpose maps and cross with expert content, including maps
work performed, including the specifications and documentation localization
points, direct measurements, samples and technical work (including
relevant archival data)

Fifth table summarizes the results of measurements, tests and analyzes

6th Geological exploration works documentation

7th purpose hydrological map and other maps documenting the results of the work

8th maps and diagrams conflicts of interests protected by special legislation
conditional use of a work, or documents relating to the results of the discussion of conflicts of interest


9th Oversees interpretrační chart documenting the main achievements and proposed recommendations


10th Results geodetic survey of the site and exploration works
(surveying report including a list of coordinates and graphic diagrams
measuring points)

11th technical reports or opinions prepared for solving particular problems

specialized work
12th Protocols observations, measurements, tests and analyzes for individual
kinds of special works, stating the terms of purchase (especially
laboratory protocols)

13th transport documents and the removal of waste generated by exploration works


14th Confirmation of the Ministry of the Environment on the recording location to the database
"The Contaminated Sites"

RECOMMENDED DISHES FINAL REPORT

First an overview of the physico-chemical and toxicological characteristics
priority pollutants, preparations, organisms or microorganisms


Second models, statistical calculations

Third copies of relevant permits and administrative decisions (eg. copy
permits for water use in the event that water use at this
prospecting permit required)

Fourth Copies of the destruction of the technical work with the signature of the owner
eventually tenant of land

Fifth photographs

6th a copy of the summary documents in digital form. "

1) For example, the Mining Act, Act no. 50/1976 Coll., on territorial planning and
Building Code (Building Act), as amended, Act No. .
114/1992 Coll., on nature and landscape protection, as amended
, Act no. 61/1988 Coll., on mining, explosives and
State mining administration, as amended Act no. 254/2001
Coll., on waters and amending some laws (the water Act), as amended
amended, Act no. 334/1992 Coll., on protection of agricultural land fund
, as amended, Act no. 13/1997 Coll., on
roads, as amended, Act no. 458/2000
Coll., on business conditions and public administration in energy
sector and amending certain laws (energy Act), as amended
amended, Act no. 164/2001 Coll., on natural healing
sources, sources of natural mineral waters, natural medicinal
spas and spa locations and amendment of related laws
(spa Act), as amended, Act no. 20/1987 Coll., on
state monument care, as amended, Act no. 151/2000 Coll
. , on telecommunications and amendment of other laws, as amended
regulations, the Act no. 289/1995 Coll., on forests and on amending and supplementing
certain laws (the forest Act), as amended, Act no. | || 256/2001 Coll., on funeral services and amending certain laws, as amended

Amended.

2) § 3 para. 1 of the Act, as amended by Law no. 18/2004.

3) § 4 para. 1 of the Act, as amended by Act no. 366/2000 Coll.

4) § 34 of the Mining Act, as amended by Act no. 541/1991 Coll.

5) Act no. 50/1976 Coll., As amended.

6) § 11 of Law no. 61/1988.

7) For example, Act no. 50/1976 Coll., As amended, upper
Act, as amended, Act no. 18/1997 Coll., On peaceful
use of nuclear energy and ionizing radiation (atomic Act) and
amending and supplementing certain acts, as amended.

8) § 13 par. 3 of Law no. 62/1988 Coll., As amended by Act no. 543/1991 Coll.
And Act no. 366/2000 Coll.

9) For example, Act no. 50/1976 Coll., As amended, upper
Act, as amended, Act no. 61/1988 Coll., As amended
amended, Act No. . 254/2001 Coll., as amended
regulations.

10) For example Act no. 61/1988 Coll., As amended.

11) § 2 para. 1 point. g) of the Act, as amended by Act no. 366/2000 Coll.

12) § 3 para. 1 of the Act, as amended by Law no. 18/2004.

13) Decree no. 282/2001 Coll., On the registration of geological works.

14) § 32 of the Mining Act, as amended by Act no. 541/1991 Coll. and Act no. 168/1993 Coll
.

15) § 19 of Act no. 61/1988 Coll., As amended by Act no. 542/1991 Coll. and
Act no. 315/2001 Coll.

16) § 39 of the Mining Act, as amended by Act no. 541/1991 Coll.

§ 20 Act no. 61/1988 Coll., As amended by Act no. 542/1991 Coll. and Act no. 315/2001 Coll
.

16a) Act no. 167/2008 Coll., On prevention of environmental damage and its
remedy and amending certain laws.

16b) § 40 of Act no. 254/2001 Coll., On waters and amending some laws
(Water Act).

16c) Act no. 59/2006 Coll., On prevention of serious accidents caused
selected hazardous chemicals or chemical preparations and
amending Act no. 258/2000 Coll., On protection of public health and amendment | || certain related laws, as amended, and Act No.
. 320/2002 Coll., Amending and repealing certain acts in connection with
termination of district authorities, as amended (the Act
on the prevention of major accidents), as amended.

17) For example Act no. 353/1999 Coll., On prevention of serious accidents caused by dangerous
chemicals and chemical
preparations and amending Act no. 425/1990 Coll., On district offices, regulation | || their jurisdiction and some other related measures,
as amended (the Act on prevention of major accidents), in
amended, Act no. 240/2000 Coll., on crisis management and | || amending certain acts (crisis Act), as amended,
Act no. 239/2000 Coll., on the integrated rescue system and amending
certain laws, as amended.

18) Decree no. 368/2004 Coll., On geological documentation.

19) Decree no. 435/1992 Coll., On mine surveying documentation during mining
and some other operations that use mining methods in
amended.

20) § 89 para. 11 of Law no. 140/1961 Coll., Criminal Act, as amended
.

21), § 9a para. 1 of the Act, as amended by Act no. 366/2000 Coll.

22) § 5 of the Mining Act, as amended by Act no. 541/1991 Coll.

23) For example, § 6 and 14 of the Mining Act, as amended by Act no. 541/1991 Coll.
§ 5 of the Act no. 164/2001 Coll.

24) § 14 of the Mining Act, as amended by Act no. 541/1991 Coll.

25) Decree no. 376/2000 Coll., Establishing requirements for drinking water and
scope and frequency of inspections.

26) § 2 para. 3 of the Act no. 254/2001 Coll., As amended by Act no. 20/2004 Coll.

27) § 2 para. 7 of the Act no. 254/2001 Coll., As amended by Act no. 20/2004 Coll.

28) Eg. Law no. 17/1992 Coll., on the environment, as amended
amended, Act no. 114/1992 Coll., as amended
regulations, the Act no. 254/2001 Coll., as amended regulations.

29) § 13 of the Act, as amended by Act no. 543/1991 Coll. and Act no. 366/2000 Coll
. § 15 of the Mining Act, as amended by Act no. 541/1991 Coll. and Act no. 168/1993 Coll
.

30) Annex no. 10 of Decree no. 307/2002 Coll., On radiation protection.


31) § 35 of the Mining Act, as amended by Act no. 541/1991 Coll. and Act no. 61/2002 Coll
.

32) Act no. 200/1994 Coll., On Surveying and Amendments
some acts related to its introduction, as amended
regulations.

33) § 43 of the Mining Act, as amended by Act no. 541/1991 Coll.

34) Decree no. 80/1988 Coll., On the condition
classification reserved deposits and assessment, approval and state expertise
their calculations.