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Determining SOTA Activation Zones in Google Earth

The Flood Tool

Google Earth is a remarkable resource. It’s free, for starters! Google Earth is embedded with altitude data. As such, a programmer called Bernard Sterzback in Germany has come up with a clever .kmz extension file that can be installed, and used to access that embedded altitude data to show ‘flood’ maps, in order to show what land projects above a user-input elevation level. 351 more words

Geological Problems on Railway

Geological Problems on Railway

Cara sederhana melihat suatu potensi bencana yang mungkin terjadi, secara geologi. (Desktop Study: Jalur Kereta Api Prabumulih-Kertapati, Sumatera Selatan, Indonesia)

Secara administratif, Jalur Kereta Api Prabumulih – Kertapati membentang dari Baratdaya – Timurlaut peta melintasi Kota Prabumulih (Kec. 657 more words

Environmental Geology

Why won't the NGA finish the SRTM-1 Delivery to the USGS?

I filed a FOIA with the NGA to get the data, they denied it.  I appealed; they told me to talk to the DOI.  The DOI told me to talk to the USGS.   13 more words

High-resolution topography based on SRTM data

By default, WRF comes with its own terrestrial fields dataset for static initialization, although it is allowed for one to use his/her own datasets. For doing so, however, WRF users should pay attention to creating the static fields of their interest in the appropriate format for WPS (i.e. 428 more words