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Permeability German Bight


Metadata
File Identifier: C1BD4BB6-1D7C-4CB4-92D1-B17E1F9CC108
Metadata Language: English
: utf8
Resource Type: Dataset
Responsible Party:
Individual Name: Andreas Neumann
Organisation Name: HZG Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Position Name: Scientist
Role: Point Of Contact
Contact Info:
E-Mail Address: andreas.neumann@hzg.de
Responsible Party:
Individual Name: Ulrike Kleeberg
Organisation Name: HZG Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Role: Point Of Contact
Contact Info:
E-Mail Address: ulrike.kleeberg@hzg.de
Metadata Date: 2016-12-01
Metadata Standard Name: INSPIRE Metadata Implementing Rules: Technical Guidelines based on EN ISO 19115 and EN ISO 19119
Metadata Standard Version: V. 1.2
Service Identification
Abstract: As the determinant of solute and particle fluxes through sediments, quantifying sediment permeability is a vital step in understanding of the exchange phenomena between the water column and sediment as permeability determines the mode and intensity of solute and particle fluxes. Reliable estimates of sediment permeability are therefore a constraint on the accurate implementation of benthic biogeochemical models. This is particularly true for the North Sea, as field data are scarce and available grain-size-based models fail to represent the full range of sediment types. In this study, we combine measurements of sediment permeability and grain size analysis with a generic permeability model to establish a high-resolution permeability map of the sediment in the German Bight (North Sea). Our results show a good agreement between model-based prediction and measurements of permeability, even for a wide range of permeability values.
Purpose: Sediment permeability: Sediment permeability is a vital step in understanding of the exchange phenomena between the water column and sediment
Thumbnail:
Browse Graphic: https://coastmap.hzg.de/server/rest/directories/thumbs/AN_Permeability.png
Browse Graphic Caption: Sediment permeability
Citation:
Title: Permeability German Bight
Date:
Date: 2016-10-12
Date Type: Creation Date
Date:
Date: 2016-11-29
Date Type: Publication Date
Identifier: C1BD4BB6-1D7C-4CB4-92D1-B17E1F9CC108-DI
Individual Name: Andreas Neumann
Organisation Name: HZG Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Position Name: Scientist
Role: Processor
Point Of Contact:
Individual Name: Andreas Neumann
Organisation Name: HZG Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Position Name: Scientist
Role: Point Of Contact
Contact Info:
E-Mail Address: andreas.neumann@hzg.de
Individual Name: Ulrike Kleeberg
Organisation Name: HZG Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Position Name: Scientist
Role: Point Of Contact
Contact Info:
E-Mail Address: ulrike.kleeberg@hzg.de
Keyword Collection:
Keyword: NOAH
Keyword: German Bight
Keyword: sediment
Keyword: permeability
Keyword: substrateKey1
Keyword: Live Data and Maps
Service Type: ESRI ArcGIS Mapping Service
Service type version: 1.1.3
Extent:
West Bounding Longitude: 3.177983
East Bounding Longitude: 9.021342
North Bounding Latitude: 55.877482
South Bounding Latitude: 53.354938
Constraints: no conditions apply to access and use
Legal Constraints:
Access Constraints: Intellectual Property Rights
Use Constraints: Intellectual Property Rights
Other Constraints: no limitations on public access
Distribution
Distribution Format:
Format Name: ArcGIS Service
Format Version: 10.3
Transfer Options:
URL: https://coastmap.hzg.de/server/rest/services/NOAH_geoDB/AN_Permeability/ImageServer
Protocol:
Application Profile:
Function: Information
Transfer Options:
URL: https://coastmap.hzg.de/server/services/NOAH_geoDB/AN_Permeability/ImageServer/WMSServer?
Protocol:
Application Profile:
Function: Information
Quality
Scope: Dataset
Conformance Result:
Validation Performed: true
Explanation: none
Specification:
Title: INSPIRE Directive 2007/2/EC
Date:
Date: 2010-07-02
Date Type: Creation Date
Lineage: Fieldmeasurements and grain size data
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