M. Bluhm's research while affiliated with University of Münster and other places

Publications (5)

Article
For the production of soil contamination and impact maps, the Institute of Geoinformatics is developing methods and software components to be integrated into the Soil Information System of North-Rhine Westfalia. These go away from the convential representation of point data and focus instead on the presentation of interpolated data. Interpolation o...
Article
On the instructions of the Environmental Agency of the Land NRW (North Rhine Westphalia) the methodical and DP-specific fundamentals for the establishment of digital soil pollution maps. In digital soil pollution maps, the spreading of potential pollutants in the surface soil will be represented area-widely on a scale of 1:50 000. By means of the K...
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In the next decade, the realization of GIS-supported informa­ tion systems will be one of the most important tasks for disciplines concerned with spatial planning and environmental monitoring. These information systems will often be related to specific subjects; examples are Soil Information Systems or Freshwater Information Systems. The LIFE-proje...
Conference Paper
Von entscheidender Bedeutung für die Aussagekraft umweltbezogener Planungen sind Umfang und Qualität der verfügbaren Informationen über den Planungsgegenstand. Der vorliegende Beitrag erläutert das Problem der Erhebung ökologischer Grundlagendaten für Fachinformationssysteme und stellt die Konzeption eines wissensbasierten GIS-Werkzeugs zur Diskuss...

Citations

... idment (1993) propose a toolbox approach or SDSS shell through which all the capacities of respective technologies and commercially available software, including GIS, expert systems, and numerical models become available in a unified computer environment. A case study was demonstrated for a SDSS shell integrating ARC/INFO, Nexpert System and HEC-1. Pundt et al. (1996) propose an interface for transferring data. They store data collected through field work in different formats (including raster, vector, and textual), and transfer these data to a spatial DSS via several import-export interfaces. This is expected to promote a greater compatibility and flexibility with commercial general purpose GIS. ...