(beta version)

exploits Java Web Start technology

requires JRE 1.6 to be installed

GIS GeoTime II is a comprehensive computer environment for intelligent research of spatio-temporal processes.

USER GUIDE

GIS-projects are loaded with GeoTime II core. It is possible to add plugins using GeoTime II interface: open menu Plugins, run Plugin management and add in the bellow row of the dialog box full path to the plugin jar-file. There are following plugins at the server:
1. Seismic flow clusterization:
http://www.geo.iitp.ru/geotime/geotime2_plugin_earthquakes.jar
2. Seismic flow temporal analysis:
http://www.geo.iitp.ru/geotime/geotime2_plugin_geoseries.jar
3. Water flow modeling:
http://www.geo.iitp.ru/geotime/geotime2_plugin_surface_flow.jar


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Research Station, RAS, Bishkek
GIS-project on Tien Shan geodynamic activity. The project has been developed in cooperation with the Institute of Physics of the Earth, RAS and the Research Station, RAS, Bishkek under the Project RFBR 09-07-12077.
Central Asia
GIS-project on seismotectonic of Central Asia. The project has been developed in cooperation with the Institute of Physics of the Earth RAS under the Program of Presidium of RAS "Electronic Earth"
China
GIS-project on seismotectonic of China region. The project has been developed in cooperation with The Institute f Earthquake Science, China Earthquake Administration.
Eurotraverse
GIS-project on seismotectonic of Central Europe. The project was made by the data from CD-ROM "The European Geotraverse Database"
Bohemia
GIS-Project is developed under the bilateral Project "A STUDY OF RECENT GEODYNAMIC PROCESSES BY GEOINFORMATION TECHNIQUES" between the Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics (IRSM), Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, and the Institute for Information Transmission Problems (IITP), Russian Academy of Sciences
North India
This project was carried out under ILTP cooperation program in cooperation with Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehradun and India Meteorological Department, New Delhi.
Central Russia
GIS-project on seismotectonic of Central Russia
Kamchatka
GIS-project has been prepared in collaboration with the Institute of Physics of the Earth RAS under the Program of Presidium of RAS "Electronic Earth" and project RFBR 06-07-89139
Ruza District
GIS-project for water surface-flow research. Layers description (in Russian)
Dmitrov District
GIS-project for water surface-flow research
Bishkek District
GIS-project for Bishkek neighborhood
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