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Rothacher, Markus • Luehr, Hermann • Rother, Martin • Rother, Martin
Abstract: This data product is derived from preprocessing and calibrationof the CHAMP ASC measurements.It comprises the attitude measurementsof the ASC located on the satellite boom.
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Luehr, Hermann • Rother, Martin
Abstract: CHAMP, Magnetic and Electric Field
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Rothacher, Markus • Koenig, Rolf • Snopek, Krzystof • Schmidt, Roland
Abstract: This data set features the CHAMP Predicted Science Orbit.
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Luehr, Hermann • Rother, Martin
Abstract: CHAMP, Magnetic and Electric Field
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Rothacher, Markus
Abstract: This data set features a TerraSAR-X Orbit Prediction Product.
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Isachenko, T. I.
Abstract: Vegetation map of the Baikal region, edited by J. Klump, B. Heim and S. Schneider. The map is based on: Isachenko, T. I. (1990): Vegetation of the USSR. Government Administration for Geodesy and Cartography. The original data are published as "Land Resources of Russia" at http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Research/FOR/russia_cd/veg_dat.htm The polygon data were transformed to UTM Z48, WGS 84.
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Heim, Birgit • Klump, Jens • Schulze, Alexander • Schneider, Sabine • Swiercz, Steffi • (et. al.)
Abstract: Lithology of the Lake Baikal catchment area, based on a USGS geological data set (http://energy.cr.usgs.gov/oilgas/wep/products/geology/fsu.htm) and edited according to Russian geological maps (Kalinin, V.A. and Moiseeva, E.G., 1981, Jansin et al., 1989). The polygon data were transformed to UTM Z48, WGS 84. * lithology of the Baikal catchment and main tributaries (Selenga, Barguzin, Upper Angara)
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Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO)
Abstract: Soil map of the Baikal region from the FAO/IIASA digital soil data base of North and Central Asia (available on CD-ROM). The polygon data were transformed to UTM Z48, WGS 84. * pedology (FAO agro-economical soil types)
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Persits, F.M. • Ulmishek, G.F. • Steinshouer, D.W.
Abstract: Geological data sets of the Baikal region based on the USGS digital data of Asian petroleum provinces. The attributation of polygon data was partly reassigned and the maps transformed to UTM Z48, WGS 84. Source: Persits, F.M., Ulmishek, G.F., and Steinshouer, D.W. (1998): Maps showing geology, oil and gas fields, and geologic provinces of the former Soviet Union, USGS. * Detailed chronostratigraphical map with lithological information * Summarised Chronostratigraphical map with lithological information * Geological provinces
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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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