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  • Das Landesamt für Bergbau, Energie und Geologie (LBEG) stellt Ihnen im Internet Daten aus den Bereichen Altlasten, Baugrund, Bergbau, Bodenkunde, Geologie, Grundwasser und Rohstoffe in einer Web-Mapping Anwendung mit umfangreichen Anzeige- und Auswahlfunktionen für Niedersachsen zur Verfügung. Darüber hinaus werden auch bundeslandübergreifende Daten, die in den Zuständigkeitsbereich des LBEG gehören, angeboten.

  • The Arctic Viewer offers the option of viewing the spatial data services offered by BGR in the Arctic area in stereographic projection and combining them with one another. Web services from the topics geology, geochemistry and geophysics are currently presented.

  • BGR's 3D web viewer allows for a visualisation of the its produced 3D subsurface models from various perspectives and camera positions by using only a web browser. Each of the geologic horizons of a model can be separately switched on and off. The information belonging to a horizon can be queried by clicking with the mouse on the displayed object. The user can chose which model data are to be exported, thereby loading the data to the own computer. Predefined camera positions give a quick access to the visualisation of a model. The web application offers essential tools to explore the 3D model such as rotation, zoom and panning functions, or adjustment of the exaggeration in vertical direction. Additionally, the user has the choice between different topographic data which can be put on top of the model. By means of the slicer function parts of the model can be blanked out, so the user gains more detailed insights into the model. Moreover, virtual boreholes and profile sections can be interactively created. Filter functions, spatial measuring tools and storing of scalable screen shots complete the functionalities. Further hints for the usage of the web application are found on the graphical user interface.

  • The World-wide Hydrogeological Mapping and Assessment Programme (WHYMAP) provides data and information about the earth´s major groundwater resources. The WHYMAP Viewer provides access to the topics “Groundwater Resources of the World", "World-wide River and Groundwater Basins", "World-wide Groundwater Vulnerability", "Karst Aquifers of the World", and to the “World-wide Hydrogeological Map Information System (WHYMIS)”.

  • The Online Public Access Catalogue includes the holdings of the library and archive: geoscientific monographs, journals, articles, maps and unpublished archival documents. Literature from the time before 1990 is not yet fully listed and can only be searched using formal criteria (e.g. title, author, or year).

  • Übersicht über die Kartendienste (WMS-Dienste) des Landesamts für Geologie, Rohstoffe und Bergbau in Baden-Württemberg

  • The Soil Atlas Germany published by the BGR provides a broad spectrum of soil science information for the interested public on 144 pages and in 48 thematic maps. The thematic maps are based on the profile and area data as well as evaluation methods in the Soil Science Information System of the BGR (FISBo BGR). With the digital soil atlas Germany, BGR is presenting a part of this comprehensive map series.

  • Die SedDB verbindet die für die Binnenwasserstraßen vorliegenden Feststofftransportdaten (Geschiebe und Schwebstoff aus Vollprofilmessungen) mit den sedimentologischen Daten der Gewässersohle (Kornverteilung, Schichtaufbau, Sohlbeschreibung etc.) in einer Datenhaltung und macht sie für morphologische Anwendungen (quantitative Fragestellungen), für ökologische und qualitativ-gewässerkundliche Fragestellungen verfügbar.

  • The Global Runoff Data Centre is an International data centre operating under the auspices of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). Its primary objective consists in supporting the water and climate related programmes and projects of the United Nations, its specialised agencies and the scientific research community by collecting and disseminating hydrological data across national borders in a long-term perspective.

  • CO-MICC is a data portal for freshwater-related climate change risk assessment at multiple spatial scales. It is named after the research project during which it was developed, i.e. the CO-MICC (CO-development of Methods to utilize uncertain multi-model-based Information on freshwater-related hazards of Climate Change) project (2017-2021). The aim of CO-MICC is to support decision making in the public and private spheres dealing with future availability of freshwater resources. This climate service is operated and maintained by the International Centre for Water Resources and Global Change (ICWRGC), and more broadly by the German Federal Institute of Hydrology. The portal comprises data of over 80 indicators of freshwater-related hazards of climate change, which can be visualized in the form of global maps or interactive graphs. The indicators are dynamically calculated based on modelled annual and monthly gridded (0.5°) data sets of climate and hydrological variables. These data sets were computed by a multi-model ensemble comprising four Representative Concentration Pathways (RCPs), four General Circulation Models (GCMs), three Global Hydrological Models (GHMs) and two variants per hydrological model, which amounts to 96 ensemble members in total. They were provided by three European research modelling teams that are part of the ISIMIP consortium. The indicator data correspond to absolute or relative changes averaged over future 30-year periods, as compared to the reference period 1981-2010.

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