12 Works

Gravity wave analysis with GPS radio occultation data from FORMOSAT-3 / COSMIC

Antonia Faber
Scientific Technical Report; 13/09

Risikoanalysen in Zentralasien

Massimiliano Pittore, Marc Wieland, Dino Bindi, Shahid Ullah, Marco Pilz, Kevin Fleming & Stefano Parolai
The threat to human society arising from earthquakes should never be underestimated, especially in those regions of the world more exposed to this natural hazard. The complex geodynamics of Central Asia make it a natural research laboratory for the geoscience community, but also present a source of serious concern for local populations and their administrations who have already dealt with the devastating consequence of earthquakes in the past. Evaluating expected seismic risk for the exposed...

Wie steht es um die Gletscher in Zentralasien? Ein Lagebericht auf der Grundlage satelliten- und bodengestuetzter Messungen

Daniel Farinotti, Andreas Güntner, Franz Barthelmes, Sergiy Vorogushyn & Doris Duethmann
Glaciers play an important role in the water cycle of many regions of the world, especially in dry regions such as Central Asia. Glaciers can store water over decades and transfer winter precipitation into the summer months by releasing the accumulated snow and ice as melt water. The question about the state of the glaciers within a region is therefore intrinsically linked to questions about water availability and food security. We assess the current state...

Konflikte um die Georessource Wasser in Zentralasien : Analyse und Neuausrichtung von Entwicklungspfaden im Ferganatal

Sebastian Hoechstetter, Oliver Bens & Christine Bismuth
The Fergana Valley is considered a hotspot for water conflicts – not only within Central Asia but also at the level of global politics. By using the water of the Syr-Darya river and its tributaries, an enormous irrigation system was built up in the Fergana region – a valley formerly characterised by deserts and river oases. This led to the creation of one of the largest cotton growing regions in the world. At present, the...

Schema for the description of research data repositories

Paul Vierkant, Shaked Spier, Jessika Ruecknagel, Heinz Pampel, Jens Gundlach, David Fichtmueller, Maxi Kindling, Agnes Kirchhoff, Hans-Jürgen Goebelbecker, Jens Klump, Gabriele Kloska, Evelyn Reuter, Angelika Semrau, Edeltraud Schnepf, Michael Skarupianski, Roland Bertelmann, Peter Schirmbacher, Frank Scholze & Claudia Kramer
re3data.org

A practical on moment tensor inversion using the Kiwi tools

Simone Cesca & Sebastian Heimann
New Manual of Seismological Observatory Practice 2 (NMSOP2)

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...

Massenbewegungen in Zentralasien : Lawinen aus Boden und Gestein

Marco Pilz, Sigrid Roessner, Christoph Janssen, Robert Behling, Stefano Parolai, Annamaria Saponaro & Maike Schäbitz
The threat to human society arising from earthquakes should never be underestimated, especially in those regions of the world more exposed to this natural hazard. The complex geodynamics of Central Asia make it a natural research laboratory for the geoscience community, but also present a source of serious concern for local populations and their administrations who have already dealt with the devastating consequence of earthquakes in the past. Evaluating expected seismic risk for the exposed...

Paläoklima, Umwelt und Klimawandel in Zentralasien

Jens Mingram, Stefan Lauterbach, Sushma Prasad, Gerd Helle, Birgit Plessen & Georg Schettler
Zusammenfassung Central Asia holds a key position for understanding the interplay of geodynamic and climate processes. The region provides a natural laboratory to monitor environmental risks related to water excess and shortage, and high seismicity. Here we investigate natural climate archives (lake sediments, trees, speleothems), and develop regional monitoring systems as a key requirement for the palaeoclimatic interpretation of analytical data derived from these archives. As there is no modern analogue for the predicted future...

Proceedings of the DENDROSYMPOSIUM 2012 : May 8th - 12th, 2012 in Potsdam and Eberswalde, Germany

Gerhard Helle, Holger Gaertner, Wolfgang Beck, Ingo Heinrich, Karl-Uwe Heussner, Alexander Mueller & Tanja Sanders
Scientific Technical Report; 13/05

Well-log based determination of rock thermal conductivity in the North German Basin

Sven Fuchs
Scientific Technical Report STR; 13/11

Moment tensor inversion and moment tensor interpretation

Torsten Dahm & Frank Krüger
New Manual of Seismological Observatory Practice 2 (NMSOP2)

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  • Helmholtz Centre Potsdam - GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
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  • Humboldt University of Berlin
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