Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

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Martin Luther University
Institute of Geosciences and Geography
Department Hydro- and Environmental Geology
Prof. Dr. Peter Wycisk

von-Seckendorff-Platz 3
06120 Halle (Saale)
Germany

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www.3d-geology.de

3D Models allow the integrated view of the surface, as well as the subsurface geology and relevant information of related processes.

3D Models allow the integrated view of the surface, as well as the subsurface geology and relevant information of related processes.

The internet platform www.3d-geology.de is our contribution to the International Year of Planet Earth    (IYPE). Major objective is the bundling of information and best praxis examples of modelling results in new fields of application. 3D-Modelling provides an essential input of knowledge to the subsurface and will be a future-oriented management tool of natural resources.

Workshop

Structural model of Halle (Saale)

Structural model of Halle (Saale)

Scienific exhibitions

Foto: P. Wycisk

Foto: P. Wycisk

Scientific exhibition  “The vitreous underground – innovative visualization techniques in 3d-geology”

Concept and realization: – Dept. Hydro- and Environmental Geology,  Martin Luther University, Halle (Germany). The exhibition is an outcome  of the activities awarded by the national prize “Land of ideas” in 2007  and 2012.

  • GeoBerlin, 5. - 7. Okt. 2015
  • GEOZENTRUM Hannover, Nov. 2014 - Feb. 2015
  • Ministry of Science, Magdeburg, July - Oct. 2014
  • Thalia Bookstore am Markt, Halle, Nov.- Jan. 2014
  • Martin Luther University, Halle, July – Oct. 2014

Future locations are under preparation.

Picture of the month

Foto: P. Wycisk

Foto: P. Wycisk

Largest geological Glas-Laser-Model of Germany (26 cm x 60 cm x 13 cm, 55 kg)

Depicting the base of Kaliflöz Staßfurt and detailed mining infrastructure (4.9 x 2.2 km).


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