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Prof. Dr. V.J. Dietrich
Institute for Mineralogy and Petrography
ETH Zürich

Prof. Dr. Lorenz Hurni
Institute of Cartography
ETH Zürich

Project > Methodologies


        Oceanographic and Geophysical Surveys
              The Ocean Floor Mapping System Using Sea Beam
              Sea Floor Seismic Reflection Soundings
              Seismic Activity and Monitoring
              Gravity and magnetic surveys
              The GPS network
         Satellite Imaging
              Ikonos Satellite Imaging
              Thermal Satellite Imaging
              Differential Radar Interferometry (DInSAR)
         Ground-based heat and CO2 flux measurements
              CO2 Flux Monitoring and Diffuse Degassing Structures (DDS)
         Geochemical Monitoring of the Hydrothermal System of Nisyros
              Systematic periodic measurements of thermal waters
         Thermal Infrared (IR) Camera Imaging
              The infrared thermal imager NEC Thermo Trace

The AEGAEO, a 61.51 m long Greek research vessel of the GEOWARN partner NCMR (National Centre for Marine Research, Hellenikon) has been used for different cartographic and geophysical investigation during the GEOWARN project, including ocean floor mapping, seismic, magnetic and gravimetric surveys.


Fig. 4 The Greek research vessel AEGAEO of the partner NCMR
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Several methodologies are applied in a completely new way to achieve the necessary results.

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