Costa Rican Directorate of Geology and Mines

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Directorate of Geology and Mines
Dirección de Geología y Minas
Abbreviation DGM
Legal status Government organization
Purpose Geological survey
Region served
Costa Rica Costa Rica
Parent organization
Ministry of Environment, Energy and Telecommunications
Website www.geologia.go.cr

The Directorate of Geology and Mines (Spanish: Dirección de Geología y Minas) is an agency of the Costa Rican government. Its mission includes providing consulting services for mining and geoscience research.

The Directorate of Geology and Mines is a member of the Association of Geological and Mining in Latin America (ASGMI) and actively participates in their annual meetings, assuming the presidency of the association during the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012.[1]

Directors[edit]

  • Marlene Salazar Alvarado [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Inaugural Address 75th Anniversary Celebration". Costa Rican Directorate of Geology and Mines. Retrieved 20 November 2014.