155 Works

Explicit form of the propagator matrix for a multi-layered, incompressible viscoelastic sphere

Zdenek Martinec & Detlef Wolf

PRARE routine operations plan

S. Bedrich, Frank Flechtner & C. Reigber

Die Einmessung der PRARE-Bodenstation und der neuen SLR-Station auf dem Telegrafenberg Potsdam

Christoph Förste & Ch. Reigber
Scientific Technical Report STR; 95/10

Solution for the terrestrial reference frame based on LAGEOS Laser Ranging Data

H. Montag, Ch. Reigber & W. Sommerfeld

Empfehlungen für transformative Zeitschriftenverträge mit Publikationsdienstleistern: Handreichung der Schwerpunktinitiative „Digitale Information“ der Allianz der deutschen Wissenschaftsorganisationen vor dem Hintergrund der Umsetzung der Open-Access-Strategie 2021–2025 der Allianz der deutschen Wissenschaftsorganisationen

, Heinz Pampel, Roland Bertelmann, Kristine Hillenkötter, Bernhard Mittermaier, Dirk Pieper, Hildegard Schäffler, Stefanie Seeh & Marco Tullney

Preliminary interpretation of the 3D-seismic survey at the KTB-location

M. Körbe & R. Thomas
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

Shape and fracture analysis on cuttings - KTB Hauptbohrung

S. Lich & J. Duyster
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

Stress orientation profile to 6 km depth in the KTB main borehole

M. Brudy, K. Fuchs & M.D. Zoback
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

Acid Mine Drainage and Tailing Monitoring using Satellite Imagery for VMS-type deposits in the Republic of Cyprus

Justus Constantin Hildebrand
Global growth of industry and population leads to increasing demand of industrial and consumer goods. This necessitates an increase in mining activities and resource extraction. Resulting mine waste, and tailings serve as a repository for unused overburden and for the accumulation of processed waste-products. It is typical for so-called secondary iron minerals (SIMs) to be formed during the weathering of these materials under different pH-value conditions. Acid mine drainage (AMD) can result from rainwater infiltration...

Borehole geometry and breakout development in the KTB main borehole from BGT logging

J. Kück
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

Hydrofrac stress profile in the KTB boreholes VB and HB

F. Rummel & M.D. Zoback
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

KTB Report 94-2: Contributions to the 7. Annual KTB-Colloquium, Geoscientific Results; Giessen 1.-2. June 1994

R. Emmermann, J. Lauterjung, P. Giese & T. Umsonst
KTB Reports ; 94-2

The H2020 REFLECT project: Deliverable 2.1 – Fluid data of geothermal sites (type C)

Joy Iannotta & Vera Hehn
The main objective of the work package 2 of the REFLECT project is to characterise relevant fluid properties and their reactions for saline fluids (type C). One of the specific goals was to collect fluid samples from several saline fluids from geothermal sites across Europe, determine their properties, and thus contribute to the Fluid Atlas (WP3). Additionally, the REFLECT team will compare those field data with data from lab experiments performed at near natural conditions....

Open Science Factsheet No. 7 based on the 62nd online seminar: The IPCC FAIR Guidelines from the perspective of the IPCC Data Distribution Centre (DDC)

Martina Stockhause, Lea Maria Ferguson, Antonia Schrader & Nina Leonie Weisweiler

Model Policy on Sustainable Software at the Helmholtz Centers

Felix Bach, Oliver Bertuch, C. Busse, Wolfgang zu Castell, S. Celo, M. Denker, S. Dinkelacker, Stephan Druskat, C. Faber, A. Finke, B. Fritzsch, Martin Hammitzsch, J. Haseleu, U. Konrad, J. Krupa, Y. Leifels, K. Mohns-Pöschke, M. Moravcikova, J. Nöller, C. Möhl, M. Nolden, M. Scheinert, U. Schelhaas, Kaja Scheliga, T. Schlauch … & D. Wortmann
The Model Policy was drawn up by the Research Software Task Group with the assistance of other experts from the Helmholtz Association and was agreed with the Technology Transfer and Commercial Legal Protection Working Group and the Legal Affairs Working Group. The present version was adopted by the Open Science Working Group on November 21, 2019.

Zugang zu und Nachnutzung von wissenschaftlicher Software – Positionspapier des Arbeitskreises Open Science der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft

Dieses Positionspapier wurde von der Task Group „Zugang zu und Nachnutzung von wissenschaftlicher Software“ des Arbeitskreises Open Science der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft erarbeitet und vom Arbeitskreis Open Science am 14.03.2017 verabschiedet.

Structural Interpretation of the MSP - Experiment

M. Janik & H.-P. Harjes
KTB-Reports ; 92-5

Open Science Factsheet No. 8 based on the 63rd online seminar: The Charité Dashboard on Responsible and Open Research

Nico Riedel, Lea Maria Ferguson, Antonia Schrader & Nina Leonie Weisweiler

Preliminary Interpretation of the 3D-Seismic Survey at the KTB Location

P. Hluchy, M. Körbe & R. Thomas
KTB-Reports; 92-5

About the influence of a possible relative rotation of the earth's inner core on the polar motion, the geomagnetic field and the gravity field

Hans Greiner-Mai, Horst Jochmann & Franz Barthelmes

GFZ Rapid Science and Near Real Time Orbit Products

Patrick Alexander Schreiner, Karl Hans Neumayer & Rolf König

Water resources and water security in Central Asia

Abror Gafurov, Milena Latinovic, Larissa Kogutenko & Tilo Schöne
Policy Briefs of the Green Central Asia Initiative

Use of the Seismic Receiver Chain SEKAN 5 within the Framework of Integrated Seismics in the Oberpfalz

J. Mylius, E. Nolte & U. Scharf
KTB-Reports; 90-6b

Stratigraphische Tabelle von Deutschland 2016 (STD 2016)

Neue Seismographien aus dem KTB-Umfeld

M. Simon & H. Gebrande
KTB-Reports; 94-2

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