254 Works

Hydrometeorological data from ROMPS network in Central Asia

Cornelia Zech, Tilo Schöne, Julia Illigner, Nico Stolarczuk, Torsten Queisser, Matthias Köppl, Heiko Thoss, Alexander Zubovich, Azamat Sharshebaev, Kakhramon Zakhidov, Khurshid Toshpulatov, Yusufjon Tillayev, Sukhrob Olimov, Zabihullah Paiman, Katy Unger-Shayesteh, Abror Gafurov & Bolot Moldobekov
The Regional Research Network „Water in Central Asia“ (CAWa) funded by the German Federal Foreign Office consists of 19 remotely operated multi-parameter stations (ROMPS) in Central Asia. These stations were installed by the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) in Potsdam, Germany in close cooperation with the Central-Asian Institute for Applied Geosciences (CAIAG) in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, the national hydrometeorological services in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, the Ulugh Beg Astronomical Institute in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, and the Kabul...

Continuous monitoring of soil CO2 efflux and atmospheric parameters at the Los Humeros Volcanic Complex

Anna Jentsch, Walter Duesing, Egbert Jolie & Martin Zimmer
Carbon dioxide is the most abundant, non-condensable gas in volcanic systems, released into the atmosphere through either diffuse or advective fluid flow. The emission of substantial amounts of CO2 at Earth’s surface is not only controlled by volcanic plumes during periods of eruptive activity or fumaroles, but also by soil degassing along permeable structures in the subsurface. Monitoring of these processes is of utmost importance for volcanic hazard analyses, and is also relevant for managing...

Dataset of Upper Palaeolithic site probability in Lower Austria

Bruno Boemke, Thomas Einwögerer, Marc Händel & Frank Lehmkuhl

Experimental data for permeability and stiffness measurements of fractured Flechtingen sandstone measured with a triaxial compression apparatus

Christian Kluge, Guido Blöcher, Hannes Hofmann, Auke Barnhoorn, Jean Schmittbuhl & David Bruhn
Faults and fractures form the largest contrast of fluid flow in the subsurface, while their permeability is highly affected by effective pressure changes. In this experimental study, fractured low-permeability Flechtingen (Rotliegend) sandstones were cyclically loaded in a MTS tri-axial compression cell. Two different loading scenarios were considered: “continuous cyclic loading” (CCL) and “progressive cyclic loading” (PCL). During continuous cyclic loading, a displaced tensile fracture was loaded hydrostatically from 2 to 60 MPa in several repeated...

Rock-Water-Ice topographic-isostatic gravity field model 2012 (RWI 2012 model)

Thomas Grombein, Kurt Seitz & Bernhard Heck
High-resolution spherical harmonic representation of the Earth's topographic, isostatic, and topographic-isostatic gravitational potential based on a three-layer decomposition of the topography with variable density values and a modified Airy-Heiskanen concept incorporating seismic Moho depths. Main features: - Three-layer decomposition of the topography using information of the 5'x5'global topographic database DTM2006.0 - Rigorous separate modeling of rock, water, and ice masses with layer-specific density values (2670, 1000, 920 kg m-3) - Avoidance of geometry changes compared...

A Holocene relative sea-level database for the Baltic Sea

Alar Rosentau, Volker Klemann, Ole Bennike, Holger Steffen, Jasmin Wehr, Milena Latinović, Meike Bagge, Antti Ojala, Mikael Berglund, Gustaf Peterson Becher, Kristian Schoning, Anton Hansson, Lars Nielsen, Lars B. Clemmensen, Mikkel U. Hede, Aart Kroon, Morten Pejrup, Lasse Sander, Karl Stattegger, Klaus Schwarzer, Reinhard Lampe, Matthias Lampe, Szymon Uścinowicz, Albertas Bitinas, Ieva Grudzinska … & Dmitry Subetto
We present a compilation and analysis of 1099 Holocene relative shore-level (RSL) indicators including 867 relative sea-level data points and 232 data points from the Ancylus Lake and the following transitional phase from 10.7 to 8.5 ka BP located around the Baltic Sea. The spatial distribution covers the Baltic Sea and near-coastal areas fairly well, but some gaps remain mainly in Sweden. RSL data follow the standardized HOLSEA format and, thus, are ready for spatially...

Geochemistry of late-Variscan felsic igneous rocks of the Erzgebirge-Vogtland metallogenic province - Part 1: P- und F-rich Li-mica granites

Hans-Jürgen Förster
This data set is the 1st part of a mini-series assembling whole-rock chemical data for late-Variscan granites of the Erzgebirge-Vogtland metallogenic province in the German Erzgebirge, in the Saxothuringian Zone of the Variscan Orogen, which is dedicated to the group of P-F-rich Li-mica granites. Listed are data from the massifs/plutons of Eibenstock in the western Erzgebirge and Annaberg, Geyer, Pobershau, and Seiffen in the central Erzgebirge (Figure 1). All these occurrences represent composite bodies made-up...

Seismic Velocity Model of Crust and Upper Mantle beneath South Central Andes including Pampean and Payenia

Yajian Gao & Frederik Tilmann
A new seismic model for crust and upper mantle of the south Central Andes is derived from full waveform inversion, covering the Pampean flat subduction and adjacent Payenia steep subduction segments. Focused crustal low‐velocity anomalies indicate partial melts in the Payenia segment along the volcanic arc, whereas weaker low‐velocity anomalies covering a wide zone in the Pampean segment are interpreted as remnant partial melts. Thinning and tearing of the flat Nazca slab is inferred from...

Digital Image Correlation of strike slip experiments in wet kaolin at different strain rates and boundary conditions

Michele Cooke, Hanna Elston & Laainam Chaipornkaew
The data set includes the digital image correlation of 16 dextral strike-slip experiments performed at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (USA). The DIC data sets were used for a machine learning project to build a CNN that can predict off-fault deformation from active fault trace maps. The experimental set up and methods are described with the main text and supplement to Chaipornkaew et al (in prep). To map active fault geometry and calculate the...

WeTeDe - Well Test Deconvolution

Leonard Grabow & Michael Kühn
The aim of this software is to assess the influence of water well production rates to the measured water level data dependent on the reservoir properties. Daily abstraction rates can be used for this production rate well test analysis. For the analysis, a modified deconvolution algorithm is implemented in the code. The algorithm derives the reservoir response function by solving a least square problem with the unique feature of imposing only implicit constraints on the...

CT data, PIV analysis results and surface view videos of analogue models of interacting crustal and mantle weaknesses during rifting

Frank Zwaan, Pauline Chenin, Duncan Erratt, Gianreto Manatschal & Guido Schreurs
This data set includes videos depicting the surface evolution (time laps photographs and Particle Image Velocimetry or PIV analsys) of 15 analogue models on rift tectonics, as well as 4D CT imagery (figures and videos) from four of these experiments. The experiments examined the influence of differently oriented mantle and crustal weaknesses on rift system development using a brittle-viscous set-up. All experiments were performed at the Tectonic Modelling Laboratory of the University of Bern (UB)....

ITSG-Grace2018/ ITSG-Grace_operational Level-L2B Products Filtered Stokes coefficients

Andreas Kvas & Eva Boergens
Filtered GRACE/GRACE-FO spherical harmonic coefficients of ITSG-Grace2018/ITSG-Grace_operational Level-2 GSM products representing an estimate of Earth's gravity field variations during the specified timespan. The spherical harmonic coefficients are filtered with VDK3 filter (anisotropic filter taking the actual error covariance information of the underlying GSM coefficients into account, see Horvath et al. (2018)). The filtered spherical harmonic coefficients are accompanied by their variance-covariance matrices which are gained via variance propagation from the variance-covariance matrices of the unfiltered...

EMCA Seismic exposure model for Uzbekistan

Massimiliano Pittore, Marc Wieland, Michael Haas & Vitor Silva
Multi-resolution exposure model for seismic risk assessment in Uzbekistan. The model has been developed according to the methodology outlined in Pittore, Haas and Silva (2019) "Multi-resolution Probabilistic Modelling of Residential Exposure and Vulnerability for Seismic Risk Applications", Earthquake Spectra. The model is aggregated over a Central Voronoidal Tessellation (CVT) composed of geo-cells covering the territory of Uzbekistan (provided as a separate file). The model prior is based on empirical observations in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan as...

EMCA Seismic exposure model for Kazakhstan

Massimiliano Pittore, Marc Wieland, Michael Haas & Vitor Silva
Multi-resolution exposure model for seismic risk assessment in Kazakhstan. The model has been developed according to the methodology outlined in Pittore, Haas and Silva (2019) "Multi-resolution Probabilistic Modelling of Residential Exposure and Vulnerability for Seismic Risk Applications", Earthquake Spectra. The model is aggregated over a Central Voronoidal Tessellation (CVT) composed of geo-cells covering the territory of Kazakhstan (provided as a separate file). The model prior is based on user-elicited knowledge. The following specific modelling parameters...

The Brazilian gravimetric geoid: MAPGEO2004

Maria Cristina Barbosa Lobianco, Denizar Blitzkow & Ana Cristina Oliveira Cancoro de Matos
The Brazilian geoid model MAPGEO2004 is limited by 7°N and 35°S in latitude and 34°W and 75°W in longitude with 10' resolution. Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) technique was used to undertake the modified Stokes integral. The mean Helmert anomalies in 10'x10' grid was obtained from the existing terrestrial gravity data (IBGE, several institutions in Brazil and neighboring countries in continental area) until 2004. The free air anomalies of the KMS99 model was used in oceanic...

The ITU geoid based on Least Squares modification of Hotine integral with additive corrections for the Colorado Experiment: ColLSMHA2021

Mustafa Serkan Işık, Bihter Erol, Serdar Erol & Fatıma Feyza Sakil
The ColLSMHA2021 geoid gravimetric model has been computed by the Gravity Research Group of the Department of Geomatics Engineering, Istanbul Technical University (ITU-GRG). This is an updated solution with respect to the ColLSMSA2020 geoid model, that has been computed in the frame of the International Association of Geodesy Joint Working Group 2.2.2 "The 1 cm geoid experiment". The area covered by the model is 109°W ≤ longitude ≤ 103°W, 36°N ≤ latitude ≤ 39°N with...

RST Evaluation - Scripts for analysing shear experiments from the Schulze RST.pc01 ring shear tester

Michael Rudolf & Michael Warsitzka
The software RST Evaluation is a series of scripts to semi-automatically evaluate shear experiments done at the Helmholtz Laboratory for Tectonic Modelling. In principle, it may be used for other measurements done in a similar setup, but it was build with our standardized workflow in mind. The shear experiments are done in a ring shear type shear cell rst.pc01 manufactured by D. Schulze (Details in ASTM standard D-6773). It uses an easy and reproducible workflow...

Dataset on laboratory pilot-scale simulations: CH4-CO2 exchange in gas hydrate-bearing sediments within GFZ´s Large Reservoir Simulator (LARS)

Katja Heeschen, Christian Deusner, Erik Spangenberg, Mike Priegnitz & Judith M. Schicks
The guest molecule exchange of methane (CH4) by carbon dioxide (CO2) in natural gas hydrate reservoirs is considered a desirable possibility to produce CH4 and at the same time sequester CO2. So far process evaluation is commonly based on CH4-CO2 exchange yields and rates from small- or medium-scale experiments in partly water-saturated sediments, both of which does not represent natural conditions. The experiments are presented in detail in a currently submitted manuscript by Heeschen et...

TEAM – The Transformer Earthquake Alerting Model

Jannes Münchmeyer, Dino Bindi, Ulf Leser & Frederik Tilmann
TEAM, the Transformer Earthquake Alerting Model is a deep learning model for real time estimation of peak ground acceleration (TEAM), earthquake magnitude and earthquake location (TEAM-LM). This software package contains the joint implementation of both TEAM and the derivative TEAM-ML, as well as the scripts for training and evaluating these models. In addition, it contains scripts to download an early warning datasets for Japan and implementations of baseline approaches for the estimation of earthquake magnitude...

Seismological profile across Longmenshan Fault - LONGMEN-P (2018-2020)

Changqing Yu & James Mechie
The main aim of this project is to investigate the crustal and mantle structure beneath the Longmenshan fault zone in China, based on a very dense passive seismology profile. The Longmenshan fault zone hosted the Wenchuan earthquake of May 2008 with a magnitude (Mw) of 7.9 and the Lushan earthquake of June 2013 with a magnitude (Mw) of 6.6. It is planned to mainly use the receiver-function method, to investigate the crustal and mantle structure...

Experimental data of analogue models of subduction investigating the interplays between mantle flow and slab pull

Benjamin Guillaume, Francesca Funiciello & Claudio Faccenna
This dataset includes images depicting the evolution in map view and lateral view of 7 analogue experiments of subduction to better understand the interplays between slab pull and mantle flow at subduction zones. The experiments are performed under a natural gravity field and are designed to understand the influence of plate width and magnitude and direction of mantle flow on slab geometry, trench kinematics and shape, and superficial mantle deformation around the subduction zone. All...

Data from Climate Model Ensemble Simulations for the Mesozoic Climate Evolution

Jan Philip Landwehrs, Georg Feulner, Stefan Petri, Benjamin Sames & Michael Wagreich
In “Investigating Mesozoic Climate Trends and Sensitivities with a Large Ensemble of Climate Model Simulations” we study global trends in the climatic evolution through the Mesozoic era (252-66 Ma). The data presented here is the model output on which the results of this manuscript are based. Also included are different boundary condition model input files and scripts to generate the included figures (using the Python programming language in a Jupyter Notebook). The model output is...

Collaborative Research Centre 228: Future Rural Africa: Baseline Household Survey (2019) - Tanzania

Bisrat Haile Gebrekidan, Emmanuel Nshakira-Rukundo, Gideon Tups, Michael Bollig, Jan Börner, Peter Dannenberg, Clemens Greiner & Thomas Heckelei
This is a baseline household survey dataset of rural households from Morogoro and Iringa regions in Central Tanzania, collected in June and July 2019 as part of the Collaborative Research Center 228: Future Rural Africa project. In Tanzania, this project is a collaboration between the University of Bonn and the University of Cologne and Mzumbe University. The dataset is organised in 28 sections including household socio-demographic characteristics, aspiration and locus of control, asset holding, shock...

Granulometric and colorimetric data of the Crvenka-At Early Upper Paleolithic Site, Serbia

Janina J. Nett, Wei Chu, Peter Fischer, Ulrich Hambach, Nicole Klasen, Christian Zeeden, Igor Obreht, Lea Obrocki, Stephan Pötter, Milivoj B. Gavrilov, , , Slobodan B. Markovic & Frank Lehmkuhl
These datasets contain the color and grain size data for trenches 3, 3A, and 5 of the At site described in Nett et al. (2021). Sampling depths and laboratory numbers are given. Grain size was measured with a Laser Diffraction Particle Size Analyzer (Beckman Coulter LS 13 320) calculating the percentaged size frequency of 116 classes within a size range of 0.04–2000.00 µm (2% uncertainty). The measurement accuracy was increased by measuring each sample four...

TERENO Monitoring data from Lake Tiefer See and Lake Czechowskie (2012-2017)

Patricia Roeser, Nadine Dräger, Dariusz Brykała, Florian Ott, Sylvia Pinkerneil, Piotr Gierszewski, Christin Lindemann, Birgit Plessen, Brian Brademann, Michał Kaszubski, Michał Fojutowski, Markus J. Schwab, Michał Słowiński, Mirosław Błaszkiewicz & Achim Brauer
This dataset resulted from a parallel monitoring at two lakes, Lake Tiefer See (near Klocksin, TSK; 53° 35.5’ N, 12° 31.8’ E; 62 masl; N Germany) and Lake Czechowskie (Jezioro Czechowskie, JC; 53° 52.4’ N, 18° 14.3’ E; 108 masl; N Poland), and includes four different type of data for both locations: (i) sediment cores microfacies data, (ii) sediment fluxes and composition, (iii) selected water column data, and (iv) selected meteorological information obtained on site....

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