Oral Programme G10

G10

European cartographic heritage - historical topographic maps and their application in environmental geosciences
Convener: G. Timár  | Co-Conveners: V. Craciunescu , Cajthaml 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 20 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room 2
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Halls X/Y

Monday, 20 April 2009
Room 2
Chairperson: G. Timár
08:30–08:45
EGU2009-11929
Historic maps and landscape evolution: a case study in the Little Hungarian Plain
A. Zámolyi, B. Székely, E. Draganits, and G. Timár
08:45–09:00
EGU2009-7164
Making a georeferenced mosaic of historical map series using constrained polynomial fit
G. Molnár
09:00–09:15
EGU2009-654
Measuring historic water levels of Lake Balaton and tributary wetlands using georeferenced maps
A. Zlinszky
09:15–09:30
EGU2009-3577
The use of old cartographic datasets along with remote sensing data for better understand and map the 2005-2008 floods in Romania
V. Craciunescu, C. Flueraru, and G. Stancalie
09:30–09:45
EGU2009-2068
Mueller’s map of Bohemia and its vector data model
J. Cajthaml and J. Krejci
09:45–10:00
EGU2009-2091
Long-term development of the Czech landscape studied on the basis of old topographic maps
H. Skokanová and M. Havlíček
COFFEE BREAK
10:30–10:45
EGU2009-4791
Gregoriano cadastre (1818-35) from old maps to a GIS of historical landscape data
V. Frazzica, F. Galletti, M. Orciani, L. Colosi, and A. Cartaro
10:45–11:00
EGU2009-3488
Analyses of selected Maps of Czech Lands from the Period 1518 - 1720
T.B Bayer, M.P Potůčková, and M.Č Čábelka
11:00–11:15
EGU2009-4903
The first privately produced map in Norway with a geodetic reference frame
B. R. Pettersen
11:15–11:30
EGU2009-9201
Cartographic evidence of the disastrous ice flood of 1809 and its aftermath (Danube River, Slovakia).
P. Pišút
11:30–11:45
EGU2009-13301
Historical maps georeferencing and examination the development of Ljubljana
T. Podobnikar and P. Lamovec
11:45–12:00
EGU2009-1
GIS integration of the 1:75,000 Romanian topographic map series from the World War I
G. Timár and C. J. Mugnier