Geological Data

Geological data is information related to the earth and environment of a location, particularly relating to seismic, magnetic, and mapping data, which are essential categories in geological exploration and analysis. Datarade helps you find the best geological datasets and APIs. Learn more →
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CustomWeather - Realtime Earthquake Reporting Data 249 countries covered icon
249 countries covered
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Earthquake Reports Features a summary of all significant earthquake activity including earthquake magnitude, depth, and location. Reports are sent out as the...
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Axiom EMI Oil & Gas and Renewables Data (Global): LNG Terminals Database (Terminals, FLNG, FSRUs) 249 countries covered icon
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Gain access to key data for future regasification and liquefaction terminals globally; onshore and offshore Leverage our research to identify and prioriti...
TiDe by Skyhook⎢Tiled, Non-identified Graph of Global Device Activity Data⎢Transportation Data⎢Global 4B records icon
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TiDe by Skyhook⎢Tiled, Non-identified Graph of Global Device Activity Data⎢Transportation Data⎢Global 240 countries covered icon
240 countries covered
TiDe by Skyhook⎢Tiled, Non-identified Graph of Global Device Activity Data⎢Transportation Data⎢Global 2 years of historical data icon
2 years of historical data
TIDE is a tiled, non-identified graph of device activity around the globe. It uses aggregated and anonymized data to understand movement patterns and solve u...
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The Ultimate Guide to Geological Data 2021

Learn about geological data analytics, sources, and collection.

What is Geological Data?

Geological data is a sub-category of environmental data. It provides information and intelligence as well as analytics on seismic data, magnetic, velocity, surface and other related surveys. Geological data also provides information on logs, surface and subsurface maps, seismic sections, charts, graphs and other geological or geophysical data that can be useful in exploration and the understanding a location’s physical properties such as rocks, mineral resources and natural life.

How is Geological Data collected?

Data collection for geological data usually involves a wide range of activities. Key among these are planning, expertise consulting, technology and knowledge of a location’s geology. The planning involved with geological data collection typically involves project management techniques, such as the setting of goals, schedule of the collection process, organization of the project, requirement for data, the methods to be employed in data collection, quality and quantity of data needed and the methods of analysis to be employed. Sources of geological data are administrative records, statistical surveys, monitoring systems, remote sensing, thematic mapping and scientific research.

What are the attributes of Geological Data?

As geological data is a subset of environmental data, it possesses the same metrics upon collection. Attributes for geological data include pollution data, detailing quality of air, ground water, particulates, compounds. Geological data also includes biodiversity data, detailing information on the natural life in a certain location and how it affects the general environment. This kind of geological data relates to the weather, such as temperature, wind speed, humidity, pressure, rain or snow as they all reflect on the physical properties of that location. Since geology is the science or study of the physical structure of the Earth and its substance, geological data contains intelligence on all factors that concern this physical structure.

What is Geological Data used for?

The need to understand how the earth runs and how this is changing is a pressing issue, and the drving force behind countless scientific research projects. And scientists are not the only users of geological data. The general public uses geological data to anticipate environmental conditions, especially when monitoring overall carbon footprint and taking conservation into consideration. Government and makers of policy employ geological data in the creation of exploration law, as well as laws and policies that preserve or protect the geology of their locations as well. Companies also use geological data to create sustainable strategies.

How can a user assess the quality of Geological Data?

Geological data and its quality are important when you consider the use in policy, conclusions and evaluations related to the Earth’s geology and general environment. Therefore, data quality is essential. To properly assess geological data, the following need to be considered. First is the understanding of sources and data collection measures. Users of geological data need to understand where it comes from and how it is collected. The data must be legal, verified and original. Secondly, references should be gotten from the data provider, especially on information on their past customers. The reviews from these past customers can help determine how viable the data is. Then the data can also be tested using a sample set. Testing enables you to know if data from the vendor is trustworthy and exactly what you are looking for.

Who are the best Geological Data providers?

Finding the right Geological Data provider for you really depends on your unique use case and data requirements, including budget and geographical coverage. Popular Geological Data providers that you might want to buy Geological Data from are CustomWeather, Axiom EMI, Skyhook, SETLD, and inmarket.

Where can I buy Geological Data?

Data providers and vendors listed on Datarade sell Geological Data products and samples. Popular Geological Data products and datasets available on our platform are CustomWeather - Realtime Earthquake Reporting Data by CustomWeather, Axiom EMI Oil & Gas and Renewables Data (Global): LNG Terminals Database (Terminals, FLNG, FSRUs) by Axiom EMI, and TiDe by Skyhook⎢Tiled, Non-identified Graph of Global Device Activity Data⎢Transportation Data⎢Global by Skyhook.

How can I get Geological Data?

You can get Geological Data via a range of delivery methods - the right one for you depends on your use case. For example, historical Geological Data is usually available to download in bulk and delivered using an S3 bucket. On the other hand, if your use case is time-critical, you can buy real-time Geological Data APIs, feeds and streams to download the most up-to-date intelligence.

What are similar data types to Geological Data?

Geological Data is similar to Weather Data, Air Quality Index, Pollen Data, Wildfires Data, and Climate Data. These data categories are commonly used for Geological Data analytics.