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Dr. Christoph Siart

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Christoph Siart is a former Research Assistant of the Research Group of Physical Geography.

Research projects
Lectureship
  • Summer 11: Geoecology in theory and practice – environmental law, spatial planning, climate protection, energy efficiency (with Dipl.-Geogr. J.M. Bödeker / IFEU Heidelberg); Field work course in Republic of Kosovo; Capture and analysis of laser scanning data in physical geography (with Dr. B. Höfle, Dipl.-Geogr. Markus Forbriger)
  • Summer 10: advanced seminar Physical Geography & excursion to Crete (with Prof. Dr. O. Bubenzer); Erdas Imagine – introduction to remote sensing and digital image analysis
  • Winter 09/10: Erdas Imagine – introduction to remote sensing and digital image analysis; Field work course in physical geography
  • Summer 09: Erdas Imagine – introduction to remote sensing and digital image analysis; Field work course in physical geography
  • Winter 08/09: ArcGIS 9.3 – Introduction to GIS and use for physical geographical topics; Erdas Imagine – introduction to remote sensing and digital image analysis; Field work course in physical geography
  • Summer 08: Erdas Imagine – introduction to remote sensing and digital image analysis; Field work course in physical geography
  • Winter 07/08: Field survey Slovak Republic; Erdas Imagine – introduction to remote sensing and digital image analysis; Excursion – physical geography of Heidelberg and its surroundings
  • Summer 07: Erdas Imagine – introduction to remote sensing and digital image analysis;
  • Winter 06/07: Excursion – physical geography of Heidelberg and its surroundings
Research interests
  • geoarchaeology, geomorphology, geophysical prospection
  • terrestrial laser scanning, remote sensing, GIS
  • environmental law, spatial planning, environmental protection
  • South Germany, Mediterranean
Current publications

Siart, C., Hecht, S., Holzhauer, I., Altherr, R., Meyer, H.P., Schukraft, G., Eitel, B., Bubenzer, O., Panagiotopoulos, D. (2010): Karst depressions as geoarchaeological archives: the palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of Zominthos (Central Crete) based on geophysical prospection, mineralogical investigations and GIS. Quaternary International 216, 75-92.

Siart, C., Hecht, S., Eitel, B., Schukraft, G. (2010): Reconstruction of the geoarchaeological landscape of Zominthos (central Crete) using geophysical prospection, geomorphological investigations and GIS. In: Jerem-Ferenc, E., Szeverényi, R.V. (eds): CAA2008. On the Road to Reconstructing the Past. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Budapest, 2–6 April 2008. Archaeolingua, Budapest, 1-8.

Siart, C., Bubenzer, O., Eitel, B. (2009): Combining digital elevation data (ASTER/SRTM), high resolution satellite imagery (Quickbird) and GIS for geomorphological mapping: a multi-component case study on Mediterranean karst in Central Crete. Geomorphology 112, 106-121.

Siart, C., Ghilardi, M., Holzhauer, I. (2009): Geoarchaeological study of karst depressions integrating geophysical and sedimentological methods: case studies from Zominthos and Lato (Central & East Crete, Greece). Géomorphologie: relief, processus, environnement 2009/4, 17-32.

Siart, C., Eitel, B., Panagiotopoulos, D. (2008): Investigation of past archaeological landscapes using remote sensing and GIS: a multi-method case study from Mount Ida, Crete. In: Journal of Archaeological Science 35, 2918-2926.

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