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Swiercz, Steffi
Abstract: Catchment areas of Lake Baikal catchment, projected in UTM Z48, WGS 84. The data were taken from Swiercz, S. (2004). GIS supported characterization of the Baikal region. Diploma Thesis, Free University of Berlin, Germany. The dataset has two components: * Lake Baikal catchment area * Catchment areas of the main tributary rivers to Lake Baikal (Selenga, Barguzin, Upper Angara)
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Wessel, P. • Smith, W.
Abstract: Drainage pattern of the Lake Baikal region, derived from the Generic Mapping Tools (GMT) datase, projected to UTM Zone 48, WGS84. * Main drainage pattern of the Lake Baikal region, including river names
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Digital Chart of the World (DCW)
Abstract: Inland waters of the Baikal region based on the Digital Chart of the World (DCW). DCW data of southern Siberia, northern Mongolia, north-west China merged into one map and transformed to UTM Z48, WGS 84. * Detailed drainage pattern * Lentic and lotic systems * Lake Baikal shoreline
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DeBatist, Marc • Charlet, Francois
Abstract: The bathymetric data were derived from "A bathymetric map of Lake Baikal" (Marc de Batist et al., 2002, doi:10.1595/GFZ.SDDB.1100 ).The map of de Batist et al. is based on all available and most recent sounding data of Lake Baikal. The underlying vector data were transformed to UTM Zone 48, WGS 84. The dataset comprises four different maps: * Three high-resolution bathymmetric maps of the main CONTINENT coring sites [Project Homepage ] [Download Data (zip)] * low-resolution bathymmetric map of Lake Baikal [Download Data (zip)]
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Heim, Birgit • Klump, Jens • Fagel, Natalie • Oberhänsli, Hedi
Abstract: Supplementary material to B. Heim et al. (2008): Assembly and concept of a web-based GIS within the paleoclimate project CONTINENT (Lake Baikal, Siberia)
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De Batist, M. • Canals, M. • Sherstyankin, P. • Alekseev, S. • INTAS Project 99-1669 Team
Abstract: In 1999 it was decided to create an international team of specialists and combine efforts and expertise to produce a new, more accurate bathymetric map of Lake Baikal. The aim was to re-compile the original sounding data that were used for the 1992 maps, to digitise them, to correct them using up-to-date, calibrated acoustic velocity information, to integrate them with as much as possible of the more recently acquired sounding data, and to produce a new, computer-generated, computer version of the Lake Baikal bathymetry map based on ALL available sounding data.
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