Poster 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

Attendance Time: Monday, 20 April 2009, 17:30–19:00
Halls X/Y
Chairperson: J. Cajthaml
XY407
EGU2009-1212
The Projection and the Accuracy of Honter’s Map of Transylvania (1532)
Zs. Bartos-Elekes

Halls X/Y
XY408
EGU2009-2016
Morphometric analysis of the Koros drainage basin (Hungary/Romania) using historical topographic maps
J. Petrovszki

Halls X/Y
XY409
EGU2009-2018
River planform anomalies on the Sebes K
J. Petrovszki

Halls X/Y
XY410
EGU2009-2093
Land use changes of the South Moravia, Czech Republic, from 1836 to 2006
H. Skokanová, T. Stránská, M. Havlíček, R. Borovec, R. Eremiášová, R. Rysková, and J. Svoboda

Halls X/Y
XY411
EGU2009-3045
The Tisza maps of Samuel Lanyi and their geodetic basis
J. Meszaros

Halls X/Y
XY412
EGU2009-2480
Topographic maps of Serbia prior to the WWI
B. Kovács

Halls X/Y
XY413
EGU2009-2574
Georeference of the 1:200,000 ’degree maps’ of Central Europe (about 1910)
G. Timár, G. Molnár, and V. Crăciunescu

Halls X/Y
XY414
EGU2009-2423
Historical cadastral maps of Budapest: a key to understand the urban hidrology and geology of the city
G. Timár, J. Mádl-Szőnyi, S. Biszak, V. Hídvégi, Gy. Gábris, E. Pulay, A. Mindszenty, Zs. Medzihradszky, É. Izsák, and T. Rácz

Halls X/Y
XY415
EGU2009-2652
The fundamental points of the Second Military Survey of the Habsburg Empire
G. Timár

Halls X/Y
XY416
EGU2009-3481
GPS navigation on historical and modern geological maps
C. Galambos, G. Timár, and B. Székely

Halls X/Y
XY417
EGU2009-5771
Influence of the Bologna color protocol to the 19th century regional geological maps of Budapest (Hungary)
C. Galambos

Halls X/Y
XY418
EGU2009-2825
Old maps in the GIS and Internet environment
K. Křováková, V. Brůna, and J. Pacina

Halls X/Y
XY419
EGU2009-2950
The Use of the Nelder–Mead Method in Determining Projection Parameters for Globe Photographs
M. Gede

Halls X/Y
XY420
EGU2009-3718
A cartographical perspective to the engineering work at the Sulina mouth
S. Constantinescu

Halls X/Y
XY421
EGU2009-3581
Automated georeference of the 1: 20,000 Romanian maps under Lambert-Cholesky (1916-1959) projection system
I. Rus, C. Balint, V. Craciunescu, S. Constantinescu, I. Ovejanu, and Zs. Bartos-Elekes

Halls X/Y
XY422
EGU2009-4293
Topographical map series in the Map Room of Institute and Museum of Military History in Budapest, Hungary between 1919-1945: Larger scales series (1:25,000, 1:50,000, 1:75,000) in the changing territory of Hungary
A. Jankó and R. Bánfi

Halls X/Y
XY423
EGU2009-4307
Topographical map series in the Map Room of Institute and Museum of Military History in Budapest, Hungary between 1919-1945: Smaller scale series (1:100,000, 1:200,000, 1:300,000, 1:500,000, 1:750,000) of the territory of Central Europe
A. Jankó and R. Bánfi

Halls X/Y
XY424
EGU2009-5453
Old maps of the Czech Lands and their cartographic language
R. Zimová

Halls X/Y
XY425
EGU2009-6215
Prague - Depiction of town in old maps
J. Krejci and J. Cajthaml

Halls X/Y
XY426
EGU2009-7106
The Advantage of the Second Military Survey in Fluvial Measures
G. Kovács

Halls X/Y
XY427
EGU2009-11312
Accuracy of 1908-1912 high to medium scale cartography of Rome and its surroundings and related georeferencing problems
V. Baiocchi and K. Lelo

Halls X/Y
XY428
EGU2009-11943
Time-series studies of drainage pattern and morphological features along the Leitha river (Eastern Austria)
A. Zámolyi, E. Draganits, M. Doneus, M. Fera, and M. Griebl