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\"Green\" hydrogen for Kazakhstan and CA countries in the era of decarbonisation

Saltanat Nurbossynova & Marat Idrissov
Policy Briefs of the Green Central Asia Initiative

GFZ Rapid Science and Near Real Time Orbit Products

Patrick Alexander Schreiner, Karl Hans Neumayer & Rolf König

Differentiated regional policy approach for the development of monotowns in Kazakhstan

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

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...

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.

Enhancing GNSS by integrating Low Earth Orbiters

Wen Huang
This study presents an enhancement to the Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) by integrating low Earth orbiters (LEOs) to a joint precise orbit determination (POD) processing. The Global Position System (GPS) operated by the United States is studied as a representative of all GNSS. The LEOs equipped with GNSS receivers supplement the receivers of the ground stations, especially for regions with a limited number of employed stations, which can be caused by various reasons. Due...

The scientific online tool “Water Use Efficiency Monitor for Central Asia - WUEMoCA” for monitoring and optimizing national water use efficiency measures

Christopher Conrad, Muhammad Usman, Shavkat Kenjabaev, D. Ziganshina, Maira Kussainova & A. Nikolayenko
Policy Briefs of the Green Central Asia Initiative

Small-Scale Renewable Energy Systems. Policy Briefs of the Green Central Asia Initiative

Ainur Sospanova & Alexey Kobzev
Policy Briefs of the Green Central Asia Initiative

Good (Digital) Research Practice and Open Science Support and Best Practices for Implementing the DFG Code of Conduct “Guidelines for Safeguarding Good Research Practice”. Helmholtz Open Science Briefing. Good (Digital) Research Practice and Open Science Support and Best Practices for Implementing the DFG Code of Conduct “Guidelines for Safeguarding Good Research Practice” Version 2.0

Lea Maria Ferguson, Roland Bertelmann, Christoph Bruch, Reinhard Messerschmidt, Heinz Pampel, Antonia Schrader, Paul Schultze-Motel & Nina Leonie Weisweiler
The German Research Foundation’s (DFG) Code of Conduct “Guidelines for Safeguarding Good Research Practice” has been in force since August 1, 2019. Open science aspects are of relevance to many of the guidelines contained in the Code. The Helmholtz Open Science office provides the present guide for these aspects. Based on selected recommendations in the DFG Code, it describes in a practical way the rele-vance of open science when implementing the Code at the Helmholtz...

Digitale Souveränität: Von der Hochschulbildung für die Forschung

Elmar Schultz, Tamara Heck, Anett Sollmann & Malte Persike
Die Arbeitsgruppe Allianz-AG 5 „Digitales Lehren, Lernen und Vernetzen“ beschäftigt sich bereits seit einiger Zeit mit den Möglichkeiten der Verbesserung der digitalen Souveränität an den Hochschulen und in den Forschungseinrichtungen. Die Not-wendigkeit des Handelns ist durch die Gegebenheiten der Pandemie noch einmal deutlicher geworden. Folgendes Diskussionspapier richtet sich sowohl an Lehrende als auch Forschende in Wissenschaftsinstitutionen, die zur digitalen Souveränität beitragen können. Diese Institutionen sind mit der Bildung der nächsten Generation an Wissenschaftler*innen der Ort,...

The H2020 REFLECT project: Deliverable 6.4 - Stakeholder Workshops

Katrin Kieling
This report presents the stakeholder workshops organised in the REFLECT project, in the framework of the WP6 Dissemination and exploitation, Task 6.2 – Ensure transferability and exploitation of project results. The Task 6.2 planned to inform the stakeholders identified in the matrix developed under Task 6.1 about the project activities and main outcomes. For this purpose, two physical stakeholder workshops were organised during the project. The first workshop, at the start of the project, was...

Die Einmessung der PRARE-Bodenstationen und der neuen SLR-Station im lokalen Netz auf dem Telegrafenberg Potsdam

Christoph Förste & Ch. Reigber

Entwicklung neuer Bildregistrierungsverfahren zur Fusion von Fernerkundungsdatensätzen mit unterschiedlichen geometrischen und spektralen Auflösungen

Michael Berger, Hermann Kaufmann, Yan Ziman, Alexej Kuzmin, Andrej Nikitin, Ivan Polyanski, Alexander Vasileiski, Dieter Oertel & Boris Zhukov

The H2020 REFLECT project: Deliverable 6.11 - Factsheets

Maria A. Lopez & Anita Stein
This document is a collection of the REFLECT factsheets produced for promoting the project results.

Registration Year

  • 2022

Resource Types

  • Report


  • Helmholtz Centre Potsdam - GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
  • Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres
  • Forschungszentrum Jülich
  • German Kazakh University
  • Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY
  • Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research
  • Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Leibniz University Hannover