Springer Nature is making SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 research free. View research | View latest news | Sign up for updates

Kartographie — eine selbständige, integrative und spannende Wissenschaft

Cartography — an independent, integral and exciting Science

  • 1 Accesses

Zusammenfassung

Ausgehend von kartographiehistorischen Darlegungen und wissenschaftstheoretischen Überlegungen wird versucht, anhand einiger Beispiele den integrativen Charakter der Geodatenvisualisierung zu beleuchten. Dabei spielen Datenerfassung, -prozessierung und -analyse ebenso eine Rolle wie eine optimierte nutzergerechte Darstellung. Die vorgestellten Anwendungsprojekte reichen von TLS-basierten unterirdischen 3D-Kartierungen in den Alpen bis zu multitemporalen dreidimensionalen Auswertungen von satellitenbasierten Gletscheraufnahmen für die Hochgebirge Zentralasiens.

Abstract

Taking statements about the early history of cartography and epistemological reflections as an outset, the author tries to illuminate the integrative character of geodata visualization giving some exemplary cases. They show the role of data acquisition, data processing and data analysis and, first of all, a user-friendly visualisation. The presented application projects reach from TLS-based subterraneous 3D mapping in the Alps to multitemporal threedimensional analyses of spaceborne glacier imagery for the high-mountain ranges of Central Asia.

This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.

Referenzen

  1. Azócar Fernández, P. & Buchroithner, M. F. (2009): Cartography in the Context of Sciences: Theoretical and Technological Considerations. International Cartographic Conference, Proceedings 2009, Santiago de Chile. CD-ROM.

  2. Bishop, M., Bonk, R., Kamp, U. & Shroder, J. F. (2001): Terrain Analysis and Data Modeling for Alpine Glacier Mapping. Polar Geography, 25, S. 182–201.

  3. Bolch, T., Buchroithner, M. F., Pieczonka, T. & Kunert, A. (2008): Planimetric and Volumetric Glacier Changes in the Khumbu Himal, Nepal, since 1962 Using Corona, Landsat TM and ASTER Data. Journal of Glaciology, 54, 187, 592–600.

  4. Bolch, T., Pienczonka, T. & Benn, D. I. (2010): Longest Time Series of Glacier Mass Changes in the Himalaya Based on Stereo Imagery. The Cryosphere Discussion Papers, 2010, No. 4, S. 2593–2613.

  5. Bolch, T., Buchroithner, M. F., Peters, J., Bäßler, M. & Bajracharja, S. (2008): Identification of Glacier Motion Patterns and Potential Dangerous Glacial Lakes at Mt. Everest Using Space Imagery. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 8(6): 1329–1340.

  6. Bolch, T. & Kamp, U. (2006): Glacier Mapping in High Mountains using DEMs, Landsat and ASTER Data. Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on High Mountain Remote Sensing Cartography, 20.–27. März 2005, La Paz, Bolivien. (= Grazer Schriften für Geographie und Raumforschung 41). S 37–48.

  7. Bolch, T., Buchroithner, M. F., Kunert, A. & Kamp, U. (2008): Automated Delineation of Debris-Covered Glaciers Based on ASTER Data. In: Gomarasca, M.A. (Hrsg.): Geoinformation in Europe. Proceedings of the 27th EARSeL Symposium, 4–7 July 2007. Bozen, Italy, Rotterdam, Millpress, S. 403–410.

  8. Buchroithner, M. F. (2007): An Educational Film about the Cartographic OEvre of Sven Hedin. Proceedings of the 23rd International Cartographic Conference, Moscow, Russia, 4.–10. August 2007, CD-ROM.

  9. Buchroithner, M. F. & Gaisecker, Th. (2009): Terrestrial Laser Scanning for the Visualization of a Complex Dome in an Extreme Alpine Cave System. Photogrammetrie · Fernerkundung · Geoinformation, Bd. 2009, H.4, S. 329–339.

  10. Buchroithner, M. F. & Himpel, Th. (2010): The Centennial Edition of the 1908 Alpenverein Map of the Brenta Massif, Italy. (Map Supplement: Gruppo di Brenta 1:15000. Special Edition on the Occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the First Edition). Erdkunde, 64, 2, 195–202.

  11. Buchroithner, M. F. & Bolch, T. (2007): An Automated Method to Delineate the Ice Extension of the Debris-Covered Glaciers at Mt. Everest Based on ASTER Imagery. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on High Mountain Remote Sensing Cartography, 14–22 September 2006, Graz, Austria. (= Grazer Schriften der Geographie und Raumforschung 43). S. 13–24.

  12. Buchroithner, M. F. & Azócar Fernández, P. (2011): Cartography in the Context of Sciences: Theoretical and Technological Considerations. The Cartographic Journal, 1

  13. Buchroithner, M. F., Shlezinger, D., Bolch, T. & Pieczonka, T. (2011): Automated spaceborne mapping of debris-covered glaciers in high Asia. Geophysical Research Abstracts (angenommen).

  14. Buchroithner, M. F. (Hrsg., 2011): True-3D in Cartography. Springer Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography. Autostereoscopic and Solid Visualisation of Geodata. In Druck.

  15. Bunge, M. (1998): Philosophy of Science: From Problem to Theory. Transaction Publishers (New Brunswick, USA, und London, UK).

  16. Harvey, D. (1969): Explanation in Geography, Eduard Arnold (London).

  17. Knust, C. & Buchroithner, M. F. (2010): True-3D in cartography — recent methods and trends. In: Yszkowska, W. & Spallek, W. (Eds.): “Main Problems of Contemporary Cartography 2010 — Digital Terrain Models in Cartography”, University of Wrocaw, Poland, 52–64.

  18. Ogrissek, R. (1987): Theoretische Kartographie, VEB Hermann Haack, Geographisch-Kartographische Anstalt (Gotha).

  19. Paul, F., Huggel, C. & Kääb, A. (2004): Combining Satellite Multispectral Image Data and a Digital Elevation Model for Mapping of Debris-Covered Glaciers. Remote Sensing of Environment, 89, S. 510–518.

  20. Peirce, C. S. (1903): The Essentials of Pragmatism. Reprinted in: Buchler, J. (Hrsg.): Philosophical Writings of Peirce. Dover Publications (New York). S. 251–268.

  21. Pieczonka, T., Bolch, T. & Buchroithner, M. F. (2011): Generation and Evaluation of Multi-Temporal Digital Terrain Models of the Mt. Everest Area from Different Optical Sensors. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (angenommen, in Überarbeitung).

  22. Quine, W. (1961): From a Logical Point of View. Harvard University Press (Harvard), 2. Auflage.

  23. United Nations (1949): Publication 1949/I/19: S. 8

Download references

Author information

Correspondence to Prof. Dr. Manfred F. Buchroithner.

Additional information

Der Beitrag ist 2011 im Heft 1 der Zeitschrift „Vermessung und Geoinformation“ (VGI) der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Vermessung und Geoinformation erschienen. Die KN-Schriftleitung dankt der VGI-Redaktion für die Nachdruckerlaubnis.

Rights and permissions

Reprints and Permissions

About this article

Cite this article

Buchroithner, M.F. Kartographie — eine selbständige, integrative und spannende Wissenschaft. j. Cartogr. Geogr. inf. 62, 115–120 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03544484

Download citation

Schlüsselwörter

  • Kartographie e]Epistemologie
  • Terrestrisches Laserscanning
  • Fotorealistische 3D-Modelle
  • 3DVisualisierung
  • Höhlenvisualisierung
  • Gletscher-Monitoring

Keywords

  • Cartography
  • Epistemology
  • Terrestrial Laser scanning
  • Photorealistic 3D Models
  • 3D Visualisation
  • Cave Visualisation
  • Glacier Monitoring