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Digital mapping in the 21st century: share your experience! (co-organized)PICO Session
Convener: Deta Gasser 
Co-Conveners: Andrea Bistacchi , Stefano Tavani , Katie Whitbread 
Session details
 / Thu, 21 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / PICO spot 2
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Thursday, 21 Apr 2016
PICO spot 2
Chairperson: Deta Gasser, Andrea Bistacchi, Stefano Tavani, Katie Whitbread
Digital mapping of shear zones, fractures and alteration zones

10:30–10:32 PICO2.1
EGU2016-14103 | presentation | presentation
Bridging scales from satellite to grains: Structural mapping aided by tablet and photogrammetry
Friedrich Hawemann, Neil Mancktelow, Giorgio Pennacchioni, Sebastian Wex, and Alfredo Camacho
10:32–10:34 PICO2.2
A Multi-Scale Approach for fracture characterization
Maxime Collombin, Marc-Henri Derron, Mario Sartori, Michel Jaboyedoff, Battista Matasci, and Florian Humair
10:34–10:36 PICO2.3
Reservoir-scale stratigraphic controls on the distribution of vertical fractures: insights from a 200-m thick carbonate platform exposure (Sorrento peninsula, Italy)
Amerigo Corradetti, Stefano Tavani, Alessandro Iannace, Francesco Vinci, Carlos Pirmez, Stefano Torrieri, Maurizio Giorgioni, Christoph Strauss, Antonio Pignalosa, and Stefano Mazzoli
10:36–10:38 PICO2.4
Mapping Hydrothermal Alterations in the Muteh Gold Mining Area in Iran by using ASTER satellite Imagery data
Hooshang Asadi Haroni and Seyed Hassan Tabatabaei
Digital mapping in geomorphology and landscape evolution

10:38–10:40 PICO2.5
Combination of hand mapping and automatic mapping to reveal the Miocene high elevation Pyrenean peneplain
Gemma V. Bosch, Julien Babault, and Jean Van Den Driessche
10:40–10:42 PICO2.6
3D Virtual Reality Applied in Tectonic Geomorphic Study of the Gombori Range of Greater Caucasus Mountains
Lasha Sukhishvili and Zurab Javakhishvili
10:42–10:44 PICO2.7
High-resolution Pleiades DEMs and improved mapping methods for the E-Corinth marine terraces
Giovanni de Gelder, David Fernández-Blanco, Arthur Delorme, Julius Jara-Muñoz, Daniel Melnick, Robin Lacassin, and Rolando Armijo
Digital mapping in urban areas

10:44–10:46 PICO2.8
Creation of of the National GIS system «The geography and geo-ecology of rivers and river basins of European Part of Russia: Spatial Analysis, Assessment and Modeling»
Oleg Yermolaev, Albert Gilyazov, Maksim Ivanov, Sergei Kharchenko, Kirill Maltsev, Vadim Mozzherin, Svetlana Muharamova, and Erlan Shynbergenov
10:46–10:48 PICO2.9
Mapping urban geology of the city of Girona, Catalonia
Miquel Vilà, Pau Torrades, Roser Pi, and Ona Monleon
10:48–10:50 PICO2.10
New generation of integrated geological-geomorphological reconstruction maps in the Rhine-Meuse delta, The Netherlands
Harm Jan Pierik, Kim Cohen, and Esther Stouthamer
Methodical and philosophical aspects of digital mapping

10:50–10:52 PICO2.11
Beyond data collection in digital mapping: interpretation, sketching and thought process elements in geological map making
Hannah Watkins, Clare Bond, and Rob Butler
10:52–10:54 PICO2.12
On the reliability of manually produced bedrock lineament maps
Thomas Scheiber, Giulio Viola, Ola Fredin, Alexandra Jarna, Deta Gasser, and Renata Łapinska-Viola
10:54–10:56 PICO2.13
Introducing students to digital geological mapping: A workflow based on cheap hardware and free software
Marko Vrabec and Erazem Dolžan
10:56–10:58 PICO2.14
Digital bedrock mapping at the Geological Survey of Norway: BGS SIGMA tool and in-house database structure
Deta Gasser, Giulio Viola, and Bernard Bingen
10:58–11:00 PICO2.15
Digital structural-lithological modeling of sedimentary formations geological objects (withdrawn)
Dmytro Khrushchov, Olena Remezova, Larysa Bosevska, Stepan Tsymbal, Olexandr Lobasov, Olena Kravchenko, and Olga Yaremenko
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