155 Works

Neue Seismographien aus dem KTB-Umfeld

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

Foundations of research software publication

Tobias Schlauch

IODP/ICDP Kolloquium 2022, Abstract Volume

Markus Schwab, Jens Kallmeyer, Sebastian Krastel & André Bornemann

Stratigraphische Tabelle von Deutschland 2016 (STD 2016)

GFZ Rapid Science and Near Real Time Orbit Products

Patrick Alexander Schreiner, Karl Hans Neumayer & Rolf König

Archäobotanisches Datenbankprogramm ArboDat 2016 – Deutsches Handbuch

Prof. Dr. Angela Kreuz & Eva Schäfer

Average and Interval Velocities Derived from First Breaks of Vertical Seismic Profiles at the KTB pilot Hole

T. Rühl & C. Hanitzsch
A kinematic evaluation of first breaks of the direct P-wave in several VSPs, carried out at the KTB pilot hole in 1988 and 1989, is presented. After picking and correction to vertical traveltime, average and interval velocities were computed. The average velocity increases with depth caused by the successive closing of microcracks under increasing confining pressure. Tl1is average velocity-depth curve is the most accurate velocity information at the KTB site and can be used in...

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

Formation of metabasic rocks: Geochemical interpretation of core and cutting data

U. Harms & G. Godizart
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

The lithological profile of the KTB Hauptbohrung 6000-7220m Report of the field laboratory

J. Duyster, C. Figgemeier, G. Godizart, A. Hoffmann, A. Kontny, S. Lich, L. Machon, D. Pribnow, A. Rauen, T. Röckel, E. Spangenberg, T. Umsonst, H. de Wall, H. Winter, T. Wöhrl & H.-G. Dietrich
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

Orientation of the in-situ stress field determined from drilling induced fractures, centerline fractures, core disking at the KTB drill site

O. Natau & T. Roeckel
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

Topographic measurement of disking fractures from KTB pilot hole, depth 3606 m

W.B. Durham
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

Estimation of the maximum horizontal stress magnitude from drilling induced fractures and centerline fractures at the KTB drill site

T. Roeckel & O. Natau
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

The H2020 REFLECT project: Deliverable 6.5 – Proceedings of the Final Conference, 19 Oct 2022, Berlin, Germany

Katrin Kieling

Recommendations for Transformative Journal Agreements with Providers of Publishing Services: Guidelines of the priority initiative “Digital Information” of the Alliance of Science Organisations in Germany, against the background of the implementation of the Open Access Strategy 2021–2025 of the Alliance of Science Organisations in Germany

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

Age determinations on retrograde processes in rocks of the KTB and the surrounding area

K. Wemmer & H. Ahrendt
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

Ar-Ar spectra on minerals from the KTB and related medium-ressure units

H. Kreuzer, F. Henjes-Kunst, E. Seidel, U. Schüßler & B. Bühn
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

KTB Hauptbohrung - what's beneath the seismic reflector SE1 ?

G. Hirschmann
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

Estimation of seismic attenuation from VSP data

Xiao-Ping Li
KTB-Reports ; 93-2

Differentiated regional policy approach for the development of monotowns in Kazakhstan

Saule Samekina & Gulzhamal Issayeva
Policy Briefs of the Green Central Asia Initiative

The H2020 REFLECT project: Deliverable 3.2 - Data compilation by REFLECT partners

Éva Hartai, Tamás Madarász, Károly Kovács, Anna Seres & Zsombor Fekete
This deliverable summarises the methodology and results of the data collection for the European Fluid Atlas by the REFLECT project partners.

3D structural geological model of the Central South Wales Syncline, Great Britain (Report)

Elena Chabab, Christopher Otto & Thomas Kempka
South Wales is characterised by a rich variety of geologic formations and rocks of different ages and periods, and a large asymmetric syncline, as perhaps its most significant structural geological feature, extending from east to west over a length of approximately 96 km and 30 km from north to south, respectively. This oval-shaped syncline is part of the Variscan orogenic thrust and fold belt in Central Europe and covers some 2,700 km2, with coal-bearing rocks...

Recommendations for the Implementation of Guidelines and Policies on Research Software Management at the Helmholtz Centers

This position paper was drawn up by the Task Group Research Software of the Helmholtz Association Open Science Working Group and adopted by the Open Science Working Group on November 21, 2019.

Checklist to Support the Helmholtz Centers in Implementing Policies on Sustainable Research Software

Reinhard Messerschmidt, Heinz Pampel, Felix Bach, Wolfgang zu Castell, Michael Denker, Ants Finke, Bernadette Fritzsch, Martin Hammitzsch, Uwe Konrad, Yvonne Leifels, Christoph Möhl, Marco Nolden, Markus Scheinert, Tobias Schlauch, Thomas Schnicke & Dirk Steglich
As the digitalization of research and teaching progresses, the number of software solutions developed at scientific institutions and used for the purpose of knowledge production is increasing. The accessibility and reuse of scientific results called for under the heading “open science” can be ensured in many fields only if, in addition to research data, program code is also made openly accessible. The present guide is addressed to decision-makers at the Helmholtz Centers who deal with...

Standortsuche im Spannungsfeld

Oliver Heidbach, Moritz Ziegler, Sophia Morawietz, Karsten Reiter, Luisa Röckel & Fabrice Cotton
Das gegenwärtige Spannungsfeld der Erdkruste ist eine zentrale Feldgröße für die Beurteilung der Stabilität eines Endlagers. Erreichen die Spannungen einen kritischen Wert, dann versagt das Gestein. Es bilden sich Risse und Brüche, die Wegsamkeiten für Flüssigkeiten und Gase darstellen. Als Folge kann das Endlager undicht werden. Im direkten Bezug dazu stehen die Ausschlusskriterien seismische Aktivität und aktive Störungszonen aus dem Standortauswahlgesetz. Beide sind ein Ausdruck dafür, dass der kritische Wert überschritten wurde.

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