1 edition of International hydrogeological map of Europe 1 found in the catalog.
International hydrogeological map of Europe 1
by Bundesanstaltfur Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe
Written in English
|Statement||edited by H. Karrenberg [and others].|
|Contributions||Karrenberg, H., International Association of Hydrogeologists., Commission for the Geological Map of the World., Unesco.|
The EGDI is hosting these services, but also provides access to other geological map datasets from Europe such as the International Geological Map of Europe in scale 1: 5million (IGME ) and a cross-border 1: geological map covering the eastern part of the Alps between Italy and Slovenia harmonised as part of the eENVplus project. More editions of International Hydrogeological Map of Europe: Iceland Sheet B2: International Hydrogeological Map of Europe: Iceland Sheet B2: ISBN () Hardcover, UNESCO,
EUROPE AI (G) 0 Kilometers 0 Miles Scale ,, Lambert Conformal Conic Projection, standard parallels 40ºN and 68ºN. Title: ai Author: smithan Created Date. Map assistant Meinold Messing, for example, compiled numerous elegant index maps during the s and s. And "TFA" = Thomas F. Ashburn on some indexes from the s. Most of the work of scanning the indexes and putting them online has been done by Topher Kindell, Ethan Currie, Emily Thompson, and Josh Choper.
Empires were born in Europe. And even today, the continent’s influence extends far beyond its geographical boundaries, shown here in our map of Europe. This is a place where dozens of languages and nations are stitched together by shared values – and even a shared parliament. But Europe remains tantalisingly diverse, and thanks to its. The World-wide Hydrogeological Mapping and Assessment Programme (WHYMAP) The availability of, and access to, fresh water is an important issue on the agenda of planners, politicians and executives all over the world. Although there seems to be an abundance of water in global calculations, surface and groundwater resources are.
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The International Hydrogeological Map of Europe, scale(IHME) is a series of general hydrogeological maps comprising 30 map sheets, partly with explanatory notes, covering nearly the whole European continent and parts of the Near East.
: International Hydrogeological Map of Europe: LA Coruna Sheet A5 (): Unesco: Books. Among them, the international hydrogeological map of Europe (IHME; scale: ,) is the outcome of a year long international project held by the International Association of.
Hydrogeological maps adopting international standards and covering the whole Greek territory are lacking today in Greece. Sheet D6-Athina of the International Hydrogeological Map of Europe, scale Author: Andreas Antonakos.
The map series „International Hydrogeological Map of Europe 1: 1,” (IHME) has been completed in August The last International hydrogeological map of Europe 1 book of altogether 25 map sheets D5, Budapest and E5, Bucuresti, were printed.
Additionally, a united, seamless digital dataset was published. Surface Geological Map 1: 1M; Geological Map 1: 5M; Geology of Eastern Alps (eENVplus project) Sandstone Map; Marine Geology.
Seabed Substrate; Sea-floor Geology; Coastal Behavior; Events and Probabilities; Marine Minerals; Submerged Landscapes; Mineral Resources. Critical Raw Materials Map; Precious Metal Map; Base Metal Map; Energy Metals Map.
The map series of the International Hydrogeological Map of Europe at a scale of(IHME) has been completed by the publication of the last two map sheets in August Altogether, the 25 sheets of the IHME provide the first coherent overview of groundwater resources in by: 5.
HÜK - Hydrogeological Map of Germany(German only) IHME - International Hydrogeological Map of Europe ,; WHYMAP - World-wide Hydrogeological Mapping and Assessment Programme; Find a compilation of all groundwater related projects in the English or.
The Million International Geological Map of Europe and Adjacent Areas (IGME ) was printed in December and released in February This map, a BGR (Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources of Germany) product coordinated by Dr.
Kristine Asch under the aegis of the Commission for the Geological Map of the World, is. 7 rows The BGS also hold a limited collection of international hydrogeological maps from all parts. Hydrogeological Map ’ In its representation of the subsurface, the Hydrogeological Map ‘ (HyGeo) combines the data of three related disciplines: geology, hydrology and hydrogeology.
In particular, the occurrence and flow conditions of water in. Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google g: hydrogeological.
The World-wide Hydrogeological Mapping and Assessment Programme was created in in order to contribute to worldwide efforts towards better managing the Earth’s water resources, particularly is a joint programme of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (), the Commission for the Geological Map of the World (), the International Association.
scale digital hydrogeological data coverage. GIS polygon data. (ESRI, others available by request) Free for commercial, research and public use under the Open Government Licence.
Please acknowledge the material. Licence this product. The hydrogeological map indicates aquifer potential in generalised terms using a threefold division of. Of this map type, recently published examples of modern European map series are presented: Geological Map of Europe and the Mediterranean Regions Mio (in 49 sheets) Hydrogeological Map of Europe Mio (in 30 sheets with explanatory notes) Tectonic Map of Europe Mio (in 16 sheets) Quaternary Map of Europe Mio (in 15 sheets)Cited by: 1.
A comprehensive picture, at European Union scale, of the aquifers and their characteristics is available in digital form. Ina study by the European Commission provided a complete catalogue of national water resources for several Member States of the European Union (Belgium, Federal Republic of Germany, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands and United Kingdom).
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Hydrogeol J – Article; Google ScholarCited by: Deliverable D – Assessment and mapping of potential interferences to the installation of NSGE systems in the Alpine Regions 16/12/ – 07/09/ A large-scale web GIS map of possible underground interferences.
Only ten years ago, no digital hydrogeological maps of Africa existed. An initial digital map to the scale of , backed up by a Geographic Information System (GIS) was produced in through “SIG Afrique”, a geological information network involving eleven African countries and the BRGM.Small-scale hydrogeological maps are sometimes compiled from data found in literature and archives, without conducting a hydrogeological survey.
Medium-scale hydrogeological maps (,) provide additional quantitative indicators characterizing the condition of the underground waters during a fixed interval of time.The new hydrogeological map of France provides better resolution, with a scale of 1/1 (1 cm = 10 km), as compared to 1/1 (1 cm = 15 km) for the previous version.
The new map is also more accurate, as it draws on the new French hydrogeological reference database, BDLisa, developed from to and distributed since