This volume contains 30 short papers which summarise the main subjects of talks and posters presented at the seventh TRACE (Tree Rings in Archaeology, Climatology and Ecology) conference organized by Ireneusz Malik, Ryszard J. Kaczka and Piotr Owczarek and held in Zakopane, Poland on April 27th - 30th, 2008.
The long-term temporal behaviour of the seismicity of the Dead Sea Fault Zone and its implication for time-dependent seismic hazard assessments : a report related to the DFG project Geo-DESIRE (Geoscientific Dead Sea Integrated Research Project), with participating institutions from Germany, Israel, Jordan and Palestine territories.Grünthal Gottfried, Hakimhashemi Amir, Schelle Holger, Bosse Christian & Wahlström Rutger
The paper consists of two main elements: (1) the creation of a harmonized seismicitydata file for the eastern Mediterranean area and the generation of a classical timeindependentPSHA, and (2) the extension of the earthquake model of the timeindependentapproach to a newly developed time‐dependent PSHA and the comparisonwith the results of (1).
Der Satellit CHAMP, gestartet im Jahre 2000, kann als ein überaus erfolgreiches wissenschaftliches Projekt der vergangenen Dekade angesehen werden, Vorbild und herausragend mit seinem Beitrag zum Verständnis des Systems Erde.
Against the background of EnMAP preparation analyses have been carried out on the status of research in various areas of hyperspectral remote sensing for the use of existing algorithms in the EnMAP application box. The aim was to compose the status of research in Germany and internationally. Therefore, in various fields of expertise applied and accordingly available algorithms and products based on hyperspectral data has been evaluated and documented. The intention has been to demonstrate...
HALO_GPS software user manual : (High Altitude and LOng range airborne GPS positioning software) ; Version of 2010Wang Qianxin, Xu Tianhe & Xu Guochang
HALO_GPS is a precise GPS kinematic positioning software. It was developed at GFZPotsdam for the German HALO project. The goal is to develop a software which is able to achieve cm-level accuracy for an aircraft trajectory for application in airborne gravimetry.