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Geo Information Systems

Geo Information Systems. S. Schmidt IfG, Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel. The use of Geo Information Systems in Geophysical Modeling. Complex interpretation. ... requires intensive cognitive efforts. Conclusion:. Data have to be

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Geo Information Systems

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  1. Geo Information Systems S. Schmidt IfG, Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel • The use of Geo Information Systems in Geophysical Modeling

  2. Complex interpretation ... requires intensive cognitive efforts

  3. Conclusion: Data have to be 1. easy to handle (e.g. provided in a graphical form), 2. categorized, 3. provided to the user in “small portions”, 4. independent from used interpretation tools.

  4. Interoperable Software The problem...

  5. Interoperable Software Example of a client / server GIS architecture

  6. Interoperable Software To compare: WWW and CORBA

  7. Interoperable Software Looking for standards Existing consorts: POSC OpenGIS

  8. Interoperable Software Geological / Geophysical data model

  9. Interoperable Software Flexible Geometry by triangulation

  10. Interoperable Software Advanced visualization

  11. Visualization – sections and projections

  12. Geological Modeling To merge geological maps with high resolution Topography Consistancy check

  13. Geological Modeling Consistancy check

  14. Construction of geological maps Kroll 2000 conventionel ... From a 3D model

  15. Central Andes Integration of different information

  16. Central Andes Geometry of Nazca Plate, location of hypocenters

  17. Alternative solutions Southern Urals, PhD Thesis J. Döring, 1998

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