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Title : GIS-BASED WEB SERVICE FOR STUDYING EARTHQUAKES USING OPEN SOURCE TOOLS
Company : Bogazici University Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Institute Geodesy Department
File Name : Dogru.pdf
Size : 995760
Type : application/pdf
Date : 30-May-2010
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Asli Dogru, Gonul Toz and Haluk Ozener

The studies of recent crustal movements are based on analyses of repeated geodetic measurements, and their combination with results of geophysical and geological investigations. It is obvious that a single data producer cannot produce useful datasets and information without integrating data from others because one scientist’s results become another’s data. So, the problem to be solved naturally has an interdisciplinary character. However, earth scientists traditionally work on one aspect of the problem and they have a tradition of sharing of data but they are willing to share it if asked.
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