264 Works

KTB Borehole Logging Data

Jochem Kueck, Ronald Conze, Kurt Bram, Hans Draxler, Gustav Zoth, Winfried Kessels, Ralph Hänel, Florian Ott & Kirsten Elger
This report describes the KTB Borehole Measurements Data of the German Continental Deep Drilling Program (Kontinentales Tiefbohrprogramm der Bundesrepublik Deutschland), operated by the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences. Extensive borehole measurements were performed during the active drilling phase of the KTB pilot and main hole (1989-1994). This report provides the full description of the logging data. Please read it thoroughly to avoid inappropriate or wrong use of the data. The terms borehole measurements, downhole...

Open Science Factsheet No. 4: based on the 59th online seminar: Research Data Management – a biodiverse MOSAiC

Frank Oliver Glöckner, Antonia Schrader, Nina Leonie Weisweiler & Lea Maria Ferguson

Glacial-isostatic contributions to present-day sea-level change around Greenland

Johann Wünsch, Kevin Fleming & Kurt Lambeck
Scientific Technical Report STR ; 05/09

A reanalysis and reinterpretation of geodetic and geological evidence of glacial-isostatic adjustment in the Churchill region, Hudson Bay

Detlef Wolf, Volker Klemann, Johann Wünsch & Fei-Peng Zhang
We review the historical, geological, tide-gauge, GPS and gravimetric evidence advanced in favour of or against continuing land uplift around Hudson Bay, Canada. After this, we reanalyse the tide-gauge and GPS data for Churchill using longer time series than those available to previous investigators. The dependence of the mean rate of relative sea-level change obtained on the length and mid-epoch of the observation interval considered is investigated by means of the newly developed linear-trend analysis...

Hydrological model LSDM for operational Earth rotation and gravity field variations

Robert Dill
Scientific Technical Report STR ; 08/09

The Chilean subduction zone at 38.2° S : new geophysical images derived from seismic reflection data of project TIPTEQ ; implications for the subduction channel and the seismogenic coupling zone

Uli Micksch
The joint project TIPTEQ (from The Incoming Plate to mega-Thrust EarthQake processes) refers to an integrated approach in order to investigate the processes active in the seismogenic coupling zone at the southern Central Chilean margin and to validate their importance for both the initiation of mega-thrust earthquakes and the evolution of the forearc. The lateral variability of these processes and related parameters is investigated along five marine corridors offshore the south Chilean continental margin. The...

The paleostress history of the Central European Basin System

Judith Sippel
As part of this thesis, a new strategy for the inversion of stress states from fault-slip data is introduced (Chapter 2). This new approach is applied to data sampled from outcrops along the southern margin of the CEBS (Chapter 4) and from outcrops in the Oslo Graben area (Chapter 5). The results derived from these study areas deliver new insights into the evolution of paleostress fields that controlled the development of the entire CEBS.

Entwicklung eines Verfahrens zur Abbildung krustaler Leitfähigkeitsstrukturen anhand von Magnetotellurikdaten aus Namibia

Ute Weckmann
Scientific Technical Report STR ; 02/08

Modelling and Interpretation of Global Lithospheric Magnetic Anomalies

Kumar Hemant
Scientific Technical Report STR ; 03/10

Data from the Groß Schoenebeck Research Platform 2011-06-01 - 2013-12-31 (Report)

Thomas Reinsch, G. Bloecher & S. Kranz
Scientific Technical Report - Data; 15/02

The Task Force Sedimentary Basins

Francois Roure & Magdalena Scheck-Wenderoth

The Horizon 2020 project SURE: Deliverable 7.6 - Report on Optimal Design for Application of RJD

Elisabeth Peters, Olwijn Leeuwenburgh, D. Troost & Thomas Reinsch

KTB Report 90-8: KTB Pilot Hole; Results of Geoscientific Investigation in the KTB Field Laboratory; 0 - 4000,1 m

Rolf Emmermann, H.-G. Dietrich, Jörn Lauterjung & Thomas Wöhrl
KTB Reports ; 90-8

GEOFON Annual Report 2016

Angelo Strollo, Thomas Zieke, Michael Günther, Karl-Heinz Jäckel, Javier Quinteros, Susanne Hemmleb, Peter Evans, Andres Heinloo, Riccardo Zaccarelli, Joachim Saul, Winfried Hanka & Frederik Tilmann
Scientific Technical Report STR; 20/04

2013 Simulated EnMAP Mosaics for the San Francisco Bay Area, USA - EnMAP Technical Report

Sam Cooper, Akpona Okujeni, Clemens Jänicke, Karl Segl, Sebastian van der Linden & Patrick Hostert
This dataset is composed of simulated EnMAP mosaics for the San Francisco Bay Area, USA. Hyperspectral imagery used for the EnMAP simulation was collected across three time periods (Spring, Summer, and Fall) in 2013 with the AVIRIS-Classic sensor flown as part of the HyspIRI Preparatory Campaign. Flight lines were simulated to EnMAP-like data using the EnMAP end-to end Simulation tool to produce 30 x 30 m imagery with 195 bands (after band removal) ranging from...

Communication systems used in seismology

Michael Guenther & Angelo Strollo
New Manual of Seismological Observatory Practice 2 (NMSOP-2);

Vom Monitoring zum Klimaarchiv. Sauerstoffisotope in der Paläoklimatologie

Birgit Plessen & Gerhard Helle
System Erde ; 7

Geodetic signatures of glacial changes in Antarctica : rates of geoid-height change and radial displacement due to present and past ice-mass variations

Ingo Sasgen, Detlef Wolf, Zdenĕk Martinec, Volker Klemann & Jan Hagedoorn
Scientific Technical Report STR; 05/01

GEMex. Erkundung und Erschließung unkonventioneller geothermischer Ressourcen in Mexiko

Egbert Jolie & David Bruhn
Superheiße Geothermalsysteme mit Temperaturen über 350°C können eine deutlich höhere Stromproduktion mit weniger Bohrungen ermöglichen. Aber sie erfordern auch neuartige und innovative Explorations- und Nutzungskonzepte, die an die besonderen Bedingungen in der Tiefe angepasst sein müssen.

Koennen Kontinente untertauchen? Kontinentkollision und -subduktion – Tektonik, Tiefenstruktur und geodynamische Prozesse unter dem Pamir, Tien Shan und Hindukusch

Bernd Schurr, James Mechie, Xiaohui Yuan, Felix M. Schneider & Christian Sippl
The Pamir and Hindu Kush seismic zones, at the northwest corner of the India-Asia collision zone, are unique in that they are the only seismic zones in the heart of a continent with deep earthquakes at 90 to 250 km depth. Since 2008, the GFZ has operated several temporary seismological networks in the central Asian region in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and most recently Afghanistan, together with local partners. The aims of these experiments have been to...

GEOFON Annual Report 2017

Angelo Strollo, Peter Evans, Winfried Hanka, Andres Heinloo, Susanne Hemmleb, Karl-Heinz Jäckel, Javier Quinteros, Joachim Saul, Riccardo Zaccarelli, Thomas Zieke & Frederik Tilmann
Scientific Technical Report STR; 20/05

Seltenes Naturphänomen: Lavaseen

Jana Kandarr
Lavaseen sind eine absolute Seltenheit auf der Erde. An nur sieben Orten der Welt treten diese eindrucksvollen Naturphänomene aktuell in Erscheinung. * Lavaseen bilden sich stets über aktiven Vulkanschloten. * Ein Lavasee ist ständig in Bewegung. In der Regel kann in ihm ein horizontales Fließen wahrgenommen werden. * In stabilen, aktiven Lavaseen müssen in unterirdischen Systemen Mechanismen existieren, die zu einer permanenten Gasanreicherung führen.

Mit Katastrophen unterhalten. Zur Faszination von Vulkanen im Film

Dierk Spreen
In Vulkankatastrophenfilmen werden die zerstörerischen Wirkungen eines Vulkanausbruchs zu einem unterhaltsamen und faszinierenden Ereignis. Naturgewalt wird als Unterhaltungserlebnis rezipiert. Was können die Zuschauer dabei gewinnen? Warum lässt sich mit Naturkatastrophenfilmen und cineastischen Vulkanausbrüchen ein Publikum anlocken?

Eine Denkfabrik für die Rohstoffwende

Jana Kandarr
Der THINKTANK „Industrielle Ressourcenstrategien“ ist national und europaweit einzigartig. Hochrangige Experten aus Wissenschaft, Politik und Industrie entwickeln gemeinsam Strategien, um die Rohstoffverfügbarkeit besser im Blick zu haben und unseren Bedarf präziser abzuschätzen. Neue Wege der Kreislaufführung für Massenrohstoffe sollen beschritten und ressourceneffiziente Prozesse frühzeitig angestoßen werden.

Open Access an wissenschaftlichen Einrichtungen in Deutschland. Ergebnisse einer Erhebung im Jahr 2018. Bericht

Heinz Pampel

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