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www.infogeo.de | 18.07.2018

3D Geological Models

Geology is inherently a 3-dimensional issue. With the improvement of computer processing power and visualization software it is now possible to capture and illustrate geological bodies and structures in their true spatial situation. Modern software tools permit to overcome the traditional static views of maps and cross-sections in various disciplines of geology, hydrogeology, engineering geology and environmental geology as well as the sustainable management of resources.
3D geological modelling requires the employment of complex software systems and a sound knowledge of the regional geological relationships. Thus, it must be implemented by trained professionals only. Spatial geological models fully exploit and make accessible the great wealth of subsurface information the GSOs hold. These models are an important source of information for the academia, planners and decision-makers. Moreover they allow non specialists to easily access geological information and help to understand the relationship between geology and our environment.
For a direct link to the 3D pages or web services of the GSOs please click on the colour-coded state areas of the map.

Institution Informationen zu 3D-Modellen
Baden-Württemberg http://www.lgrb-bw.de
Bayern http://www.lfu.bayern.de
Berlin http://www.stadtentwicklung.berlin.de
Brandenburg http://www.geo.brandenburg.de
Hamburg http://www.hamburg.de/3d-geo
Hessen http://www.hlug.de
Niedersachsen http://nibis.lbeg.de
Nordrhein-Westfalen http://www.gd.nrw.de
Sachsen http://www.umwelt.sachsen.de/umwelt/geologie
Thüringen http://www.thueringen.de/th8/tlug/umweltthemen/geologie/
BGR http://www.bgr.bund.de
LIAG http://www.geotis.de
Bayern Baden-Württemberg Hamburg Hessen Niedersachsen Nordrhein-Westfalen Sachsen Brandenburg Berlin