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Yesterday, the practical field trip in the Erg Chebbi ended and the majority of the group arrived safely in Heidelberg. Another part of the group and the equipment are still on their way back via car and ferry.
After several days in the field, we are already very excited to start working on the large amount [...]

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On Thursday and Friday our group went further into the Erg in order to extend measurements from the last years on a large star dune arm and then spent one night in a dune camp.
Yesterday was the last day of field work in the Erg.The TLS group completed the data acquisition on a star dune and [...]

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During the last three days of field work we not only acquired a lot of data at different sites in the Erg Chebbi. We also experienced various weather conditions including two sand storms, rain and sunny and hot days.
Yesterday, one group measured ground control points for satellite and photogrammetric point cloud data with an RTK [...]

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Data acquisition in the Erg Chebbi has now started. In different groups several measurement techniques (drilling, electrical resistivity tomography, ground penetrating radar, sediment analysis, RTK GNSS, terrestrial laser scanning) were applied. Find some impressions in the pictures below.

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After the participants of the practical field training had arrived in Fès yesterday and spent the evening there, the group is now on the way to the Erg Chebbi east of the Anti-Atlas mountains. Thereby, the group passes various gemorphologic landscape units including the Western Meseta, Middle Atlas and High Atlas mountains. Moreover, we crossed [...]

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As part of the practical field training and the small research group “Erg Chebbi”, 16 students will explore physical geography and 3D GIScience in an impressive aeolian sand dune environment in Morocco from 5 October to 15 October. The Erg Chebbi is one of the smallest Ergs in the Sahara and is situated within the [...]

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Airborne laser scanning (ALS) data of the Arctic permafrost research region Trail Valley Creek (TVC) has just been published for open access on the data library PANGAEA:
Anders, Katharina; Antonova, Sofia; Boike, Julia; Gehrmann, Martin; Hartmann, Jörg; Helm, Veit; Höfle, Bernhard; Marsh, Philip; Marx, Sabrina; Sachs, Torsten (2018): Airborne Laser Scanning (ALS) Point Clouds of Trail [...]

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If you missed the live stream, you can simply watch the lecture “Big Point Clouds == Deep Information? Current Progress in Geospatial 3D/4D Point Cloud Analysis” on the CiTiUS Youtube Channel, University of Santiago de Compostela, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Wb4ozyTGVg

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The Centro Singular de Investigación en Tecnoloxías da Información - CiTIUS of the University of Santiago de Compostela (Prof. Rivera) is hosting a workshop on 27 September 2018, which is dedicated to the current research progress in LiDAR data analysis and shall bring together academic research and industry.

Prof. Bernhard Höfle, head of the 3DGeo [...]

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The flood risk perception of people living in areas at risk can be a valuable source of information for mitigation and preparedness within disaster management. We apply a method based on sketch maps and questionnaires to capture this flood risk perception during case studies in Santiago de Chile. Results of our study can be found [...]

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