Quellen Bayern 2.0

In the project Quellen Bayern 2.0 a guideline for source monitoring at natural sources in Bavaria is developed together with the partners.

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Sources Bayern 2.0

From 2018 till 2019

In the project “Sources in the Bavarian National Parks as indicators of climate change” (funded by the Bavarian State Ministry for the Environment and Consumer Protection), a guideline for long-term source monitoring of natural sources in Bavaria is being developed together with the partners Berchtesgaden National Park (Lead), Bavarian Forest National Park and Landesbund für Vogelschutz in Bayern e.V. During the three-year project period (2017-2019), a method for the long-term observation of natural sources will be developed in both Bavarian national parks, which will eventually be transferred into a Bavarian-wide standard. The method comprises the survey of the structure of the Borne, the source fauna, as well as the physical parameters temperature, oxygen content, pH-value, conductivity and optionally further abiotic parameters. The data should be collected in a defined time interval.

Since the source monitoring of Bavaria’s natural sources is a longer-term recording for the observation of climate change, the data must be recorded and stored accordingly also on a longer-term basis. In the course of this project, a proposal for data storage in a long-term observation of RSA iSPACE will therefore also be developed. This could be based on an already existing data model and MS Access database of the Landesbund für Vogelschutz e.V. Within the framework of the project series “Action Programme Sources” of the Landesbund für Vogelschutz e.V. (Federal State Association for the Protection of Birds), a source data collection sheet and a corresponding Access database for data management was already created in 2005. This has now been expanded within the framework of this project.

RSA iSPACE 2018 has developed a revised database model to accompany the content recommendations within the project. This data model is presented in this report and based on it, an MS Access 2016 database adapted to the guidelines will be developed in 2019.

Our Research Team

Dr. Manfred Mittlböck
Dr. Manfred Mittlböck
Studio manager „Smart 4D Enviornments“
Ing. Caroline Atzl, MSc
Ing. Caroline Atzl, MSc

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