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  • This collection contains TerraSAR-X Level 1b data acquired over the pre-defined Geohazard Supersites and a number of CEOS projects regions. The collection comprises mainly complex (SSC) with a number of detected (MGD) products. TerraSAR-X data can be ordered by a Principal Investigator (PI) of a respective Supersite region under the terms of a TerraSAR-X Science proposal accepted by DLR. Data is available for download by the Geohazard scientific community under the terms of the user license. Supersites are single sites or extended areas of high priority to the Geohazards community in which active single or multiple geological hazards pose a threat to human population and/or critical facilities. The Supersites initiative provides access to spaceborne and in-situ geophysical data of selected sites prone to earthquake, volcano or other hazards. For further information see: http://ceos.org/ourwork/workinggroups/disasters/gsnl/ Overview of permament Supersites: http://geo-gsnl.org/supersites/permanent-supersites/

  • The product is automatically derived from Sentinel-3 (OLCI) satellite imagery in near-real time. It is an incremental product, meaning that the retrieved results are updated as soon as new input data becomes available over a timespan of ten days. Besides the fire perimeter, and detection time each feature contains information about the severity of the burning.

  • The product is automatically derived from Aqua/Terra (MODIS) satellite imagery in near-real time. It is an incremental product, meaning that the retrieved results are updated as soon as new input data becomes available over a timespan of ten days. Besides the fire perimeter and detection time, each feature contains information about the severity of the burning.

  • This data set represents the yearly, accumulated results of the final (10-day) version of the fire perimeters from the "Burnt Area Daily NRT Incremental Product - Europe, Sentinel-3" dataset. The burn perimeters are spatially and temporally correlated, so that interrelated detections from consecutive observations are combined into a single feature. A perimeter is interpreted as belonging to a given event if a spatial overlap exists within a time frame of 15 days. Besides the geometry, attribute information is also combined while considering the size of the perimeter as a weighting factor. Each feature contains information about the final fire perimeter, Date/Time of the first detection, and the averaged burn severity

  • This data set represents the monthly, accumulated results of the final (10-day) version of the fire perimeters from the "Burnt Area Daily NRT Incremental Product - Europe, Sentinel-3" dataset. The burn perimeters are spatially and temporally correlated, so that interrelated detections from consecutive observations are combined into a single feature. A perimeter is interpreted as belonging to a given event if a spatial overlap exists within a time frame of 15 days. Besides the geometry, attribute information is also combined while considering the size of the perimeter as a weighting factor. Each feature contains information about the final fire perimeter, Date/Time of the first detection, and the averaged burn severity.

  • The WMS GRSN (INSPIRE) represents the seismological stations of the German Regional Seismic Network (GRSN) equipped with 3-component broadband seismometer and digital data aquisition system. The recorded data are directly transmitted to the data center at BGR in Hannover and made available to the public near realtime. According to the Data Specification on Geology (D2.8.II.4_v3.0, subtopic Geophysics) the information with respect to the seismological stations is INSPIRE-compliant. The WMS GRSN (INSPIRE) contains a layer of the seismological stations (GE.seismologicalStation) displayed correspondingly to the INSPIRE portrayal rules. Via the getFeatureInfo request the user obtains the content of the INSPIRE attributes platformType, relatedNetwork, stationType und stationRank.

  • Minimale Flurabstände bei und nach dem Hochwasser 2013, Messwerte. Das Thema zeigt die gemessenen Grundwasserstände und Grundwasserflurabstände während und nach dem Hochwasserereignis vom Juni 2013.

  • tatsächlich überschwemmte Flächen bei den Hochwasserereignissen am 12./13.08.2002 (Gewässer 1. und 2. Ordnung) sowie am 17.08.2002 (Elbe) Inhalt: Die Darstellungen wurden aus Befliegungen der Bundeswehr zum Pegelhöchststand der Elbe (17.08.2002) und Satellitenaufnahmen (18.08.2002) sowie zahlreichen Dokumentationen von Mitarbeitern der Stadtverwaltung und Bürgern unter Nutzung des städtischen Digitalen Geländemodells (DGM) generiert. Die tatsächliche Ausdehnung wurde letztmalig im Juli 2003 im Ergebnis einer per Internet durchgeführten Bürgerbefragung verifiziert. Quelle: Sächsisches Landesamt für Umwelt und Geologie: Vorläufiger Kurzbericht über die meteorologisch-hydrologische Situation beim Hochwasser im August 2002. Dresden, Dezember 2002

  • Elbe - 1050 cm Pegel Dresden (>HQ500), potentiell überschwemmte Flächen

  • Elbe - 800 cm Pegel Dresden, potentiell überschwemmte Flächen

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