The Geowork II is the instrument for carrying out the geologic map of the active processes and recent human activity at 1:25,000 scale (Geoanthropic map). The Geoanthropic map is a cartographic document of content geothematic applied which represents the scale rated for territorial planning, the current state of the physical constitution of the territory, resulting from human action on the geologic environtment and geologic conditions for human activity. Reflect those elements and geologic processes that affect or might affect directly in human activities, along with those activities or human actions that modify the morphological characteristics of the surface topography or may affect, directly, in the physical properties and the behavior of the natural terrain.
Geoanthropic map includes elements of a geomorphologic map, in the anglo-saxon sense of the term, providing an inventory of natural geologic processes and artificial interventions in the geologic environment. Natural processes classified according to their activity and sorted based on the areas of generation of the materials involved, transport mechanisms, areas of deposition and geologic characteristics and properties of deposits. Similarly, classifies the elements and artificial reservoirs in terms of activities that have generated, which are or have been serviced.
This map also includes geotechnic determinations, such as a map of lithologic and structural groups, the degree of consolidation, the degree of weathering, the degree of excavability and other geomechanic properties of materials.