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Mügge-Bartolovic / Röhling / Wrede

GeoTop 2010 /Geosites for the Public /Paleontology and Conservation of Geosites

14. Internationale Jahrestagung der Fachsektion GeoTop der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften and 6th International Symposium on Conservation of Geological Heritage May 29th 2010 - June 2nd 2010 in Hagen (Westf.), Germany

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2010. Buch. 244 S. Softcover

E. Schweizerbart. ISBN 978-3-510-49214-5

Format (B x L): 21 x 30 cm

Gewicht: 720 g

In englischer Sprache


Table of Contents

Welcome address 9

Preface 11

Lectures 13

Geological construction of Mirusha Waterfall 14
Shehribane Abazi, Sali Mulaj, Ramiz Krasniqi, Alaudin Kodra, Fadil Bajraktari

The “German volcano route” as a part of the European volcano tourism route 15
Michael Abratis, Lothar Viereck-Götte, Olaf Tietz, Jörg Büchner, Ulrike Martin, Gerold Beckmann

Geosites of the mining Kolyma region: North-East of Russia 16
Antonina Alenicheva

Main Geosites of the Azores Geopark project 18
Eva Almeida Lima, João Carlos Nunes, Manuel Paulino Costa, Andrea Porteiro

Geotourism and geosite protection in the Vulkaneifel European Geopark Gerolsteiner Land – a tale of two stories 20
Peter Bitschene

Publication of geotouristic map „Geo-Pomerania” on geoportal map server Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania as WMS (Web Map Service) 21
Andreas Börner

Conservation, Education and Entertainment: Geoparks going digital 22
Mirjam Bröhl, Uwe Reimold, Tobia Lakes

Exploring the relicts of historic mining in Dortmund-Syburg 23
Heinz-Ludwig Bücking

Transformation of production – Industrial heritage and post-industrial landscapes upon former coal and steel locations within the Ruhr Area 24
Ulrich Carow

Mining heritage and valorization in “Anjou Massif Armoricain“ 26
Philippe Cayla

Geological and landscape diversity, Dibra region, N- E Albania 28
Aleksandër Çina

The process of inventory of Geological Heritage in Mozambique 29
Ângelo Cumbe

Apple™ iPhone as a powerful tool for geosites inventorying, assessment and monitoring 30
Nelson Dias, Renato Henriques, João Rocha, Orlando Guimarães, José Brilha

First resolution towards geoconservation at the 4th World Conservation Congress of IUCN 31
Enrique Díaz-Martínez

Update on Spanish achievements and initiatives towards geoconservation: much done, much to be done 33
Enrique Díaz-Martínez, Luis Carcavilla, Ángel García-Cortés, Juana Vegas

‚German‘ Geoparks in Japan – Tracing Edmund Naumann 35
Wolfgang Eder

Strategic cooperation in Geotourism and regional Geo-Marketing The cooperation model GeoPark Ruhrgebiet – GeoTouring UG 36
Ulrich Eimer

The Common and the Unique – Geodiversity in geoconservation strategies 37
Lars Erikstad

The Cabarz locality - an active quarry, a natural monument and an outstanding Lower Permian fossil site in the National GeoPark Thuringia Inselsberg - Drei Gleichen 38
Kerstin Fohlert, Stephan Brauner

GeoPark Ruhrgebiet - Geology and Museum 40
Michael Ganzelewski

GEOSITES IN IRELAND – How to keep a thousand geological heritage sites in the local, regional and national consciousness 42
Sarah Gatley, Sophie Préteseille

Palaeontological conservation in the Rhineland, western Germany – or how to cut the Gordian knot 43
Renate Gerlach, Christoph Hartkopf-Fröder, Thomas Otten, Hans Martin Weber

The ‘Atlas of Palaeontological Potential in the Rhineland 1 : 100.000’ – an important tool for planning agencies, local administration and palaeontological resource management 45
Renate Gerlach, Christoph Hartkopf-Fröder, Hans Martin Weber, Hans-Gerd Wefels

Geological special interest tourism and extracurricular education - Experiences from 15 year excursion management in the Ruhr district 47
Hartwig Gielisch

Development of geoheritage in Germany 48
Kurt Goth

Special aspects of Geotop protection in quaternary sediments of North Germany 49
Alf Grube

New discovery of Vendian fossils is reason for creation “Mourafa” Geological Park 50
Volodymyr Grytsenko

Fossil-lagerstaetten, type-localities and the handling with fossils in the Geopark Swabian Alb 52
Anton Hegele

Recource and Geological Archives – Carbonat Mining an Paleokarst in Southern Sachsen-Anhalt 54
Matthias Henniger

Landscape aesthetic values on an abandoned mining area in North Hungary 56
Gergely Horváth, Zoltán Karancsi

Geopark of the Usak-Ulubey Canyon 57
Hülya Inaner & I. Dogukan Küçükçelen

New geological findings in the Ruhr Carboniferous and its practical application 59
Dierk Juch

The Westerschelde Container Terminal and the preservation of dune formation on the Kaloot, a famous fossil site in the Netherlands 60
Pieter Jungerius, Frank Wesselingh

From Lahn to Hudson river: Lahnmarmor as precious dimension stone and national heritage 61
Thomas Kirnbauer, Susanne P. Schwenzer

A media-box bringing Geopark-knowledge into schools 63
Timo Kluttig, Melanie Schnieders

The trilobite fauna from the Ordvician of the Ebbe Anticline (Rhenish Massiv) 64
Lutz Koch

The Hasselbachtal section – an auxiliary stratotype for the Devonian-Carboniferous Boundary 66
Dieter Korn, Matthias Piecha,Volker Wrede

Geoscience for everbody - initiatives for successful outreach of earth sciences to the general public in Germany 68
Ulrich Lagally

Communicating Earth heritage to all: using cartoons in leaflets, books and panels to attract and inform people of all ages 70
John Macadam, Damir Lackovic

Karelia’s natural monuments of palaeontological interest. Exploitation and conservation experience 71
Vladimir Makarikhin

Mülheimer Bodenschätze- about trasures of the Earth 72
Ulrike Marx

GREEN MINES: valuing the contribution of mining to the social, cultural and economic evolution of societies and communities throughout Europe 73
John H. Morris, Enrique Díaz-Martínez, Sarah Gatley, Alyson Tippings

Industrial heritage in the Ruhr 75
Hans-Peter Noll

World Heritage ‘For Sale’ – state supported trade in global palaeonto-logical heritage in Dorset, UK – and its consequences 77
Kevin N. Page

The Geodiversity south-west website – developing an on-line resource for geoconservation in south-west England 78
Kevin Page, Mel Border, Malcolm Hart, Chris Bolton, Craig Dixon, Nick Powe, David Roche, Sam Scriven

Scale issues in geoconservation 79
Paulo Pereira, José Brilha, Diamantino Pereira

How to improve European cooperation for the rehabilitation of mining sites 80
Colin Prosser, Hanneke van den Ancker, Andreas Schüller

Fascination Geology – The most important geosites of Germany 81
Horst Quade, Ernst-Rüdiger Look

Heritage Conservation in Impact Structures: Vredefort World Heritage Area (South Africa) and Ries Geopark (Germany) 83
Wolf Uwe Reimold, Roger L. Gibson

Geological heritage of the Permocarboniferous Saar-Nahe Basin, SW Germany 84
Thomas Schindler

Surveying lost rooms : Digital reconstruction and museal presentation of the underground area of Nightingale Mine, Witten. 85
Olaf Schmidt-Rutsch

The German Geoparks Project 87
Michael Schmidt-Thomé, Heinz-Gerd Röhling, Kurt Goth

Geosites in the surroundings of Hagen – Protection and Marketing Concepts for the Purposes of a gentle Geotourism 90
Antje Selter, Volker Selter

Upper Kurveleshi Highland, a Museum of Albanian Nature 91
Afat Serjani

Geosites – Treasures of the soil for the public 92
Heinz Günter Struwe, Volker Selter

Ice Age Tourism, European landscapes for tourists – progress report ProGEO WG3 Northern Europe 93
Hanneke van den Ancker, Klaas van der Veen, Hartmut Escher, Karin Geyer

Using drawings and art works to communicate landscape structure and history 94
Hanneke van den Ancker, John Vermetten, Nienke Korthof

Paleontological heritage of Russia and problems of its protection 95
M.S. Vdovets, A.V. Lapo

Karst and Caves in Ennepetal - Discoveries and nature conservation in one of the most spectacular cave regions of Germany 97
Stefan Voigt

„There is more than enough of green around” - Protection of habitats and geosite in the Rauen Quarry, Mülheim (Ruhr Area, Germany) 98
Thorald vom Berg, Heiko Vittinghoff

The Messel Pit Fossil Site – a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site 99
Sonja Wedmann, Stephan Schaal

The Ruhr Area National GeoPark – An Introduction 101
Volker Wrede

Geology in School 102
Engelbert Wührl, OStR i.R.

The Aller Valley project: geosite protection, German history and environmental education 104
Henning Zellmer

The international Pleistocene vertebrate deposits in the Roman area- Italy 106
Francesco Angelelli

History of Geoheritage Conservation in Kosovo 107
Fadil Bajraktari, Vahdet Pruthi, Rizah Hajdari, Shehribane Abazi, Nazmi Zogaj

Geosites as lithified truth about environmental development in earth history: facts and indications from geosite-cluster Werdenfels Country (District Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, Germany): rise and fall of its mesozoic carbonate platforms 108
Hubert Engelbrecht

Old church walls – objects of palaeontological conservation? 109
Christoph Hartkopf-Fröder, Hans Martin Weber, Julia Klemeit

The Late Devonian „Kellwasser Event“ mass-extinction horizons in Germany: Restoring the type locality for science and geotourism 111
Friedrich-Wilhelm Luppold, Heinz-Gerd Röhling, Klaus George, Eberhard Schindler, Henning Zellmer

The valley and the village of Boga 112
Kujtim Onuzi, Petrit Imeraj, Artan Lila, Ylber Muceku

Subjectivity and uncertainty in geological heritage quantitative assessment: results from fieldwork using a predefined numerical methodology 114
Paulo Pereira, José Brilha, Diamantino Pereira, Luis Carcavilla, Alireza Amrikazemi, Simon Bajada, José Marden Barreto, Irene Bollati, Natália Braga, Sara Canilho, Ricardo Carvalhido, Pedro Casinhas, Isabel Castro, Ângelo Cumbe, Nelson Dias, Bojan Erhart, Ricardo Fraga Pereira, Krzysztof Gaidzik, Rafaella Guimarães, Luca Ghiraldi, Katarzyna Kozina, Eva Lima, Eugénia Lopes, Catarina Loureiro, Virgínio Mantesso, Simon Martin, Bahram Nekouie-Sadry, Sara Pereira, João Rocha, Hugo Sá Lemos, Manuel Schilling, Mónica Sousa, Ana Marija Tomsa, Madalena Torres, Ewa Welc, Enrico Zanoletti

Bats in the UNESCO World Hertige Site Messel Pit – Ambassadors of a palaeontological site for the Protection of a Geotope and a Biotope 116
Renate Rabenstein

Launching the AG Geodidaktik Internet Platform 118
Stefan Röber, Vera Mügge-Bartolovic

The Upper Harz Water Regale 119
Heinz-Gerd Röhling, Justus Teicke, Friedrich-Wilhelm Wellmer

Geotourist activites of PGI-NRI – new challenges. 122
Joanna Rychel, Katarzyna Pochocka-Szwarc, Monika Krzecznyska

Dinosaur track sites from Portugal and its significance as natural heritage 125
Vanda F. Santos, Fernando Barriga, A. M. Galopim de Carvalho, Lia M. Mergulhão, C. Monteiro, Sofia C. Silveira, Maria J. Fernandes, J. M. Alho, R. Coelho

The chalk museum Gummanz near Sargard – Exhibition on geoscientific research and mining history 126
Karsten Schütze

Planning of Geotrails and potential Geoparks in Greece 128
Ir. Theodosiou, P. Paschos, E. Nicolaou, D. Papanikos, Z. Janikian, N. Epitropou, G. Kossiaris, K. Michail, E. Athanassouli, S. Pavlidou, G. Vougioukalakis

Geotope Protection making an Important Contribution to the Conservation of Bats – Sucessful Co-operation between Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut Frankfurt and Lessing-Gymnasium Lampertheim (MINT EC certified school) 130
Gabriele Waldkircher, Renate Rabenstein

Presentation of an upcoming geopark between Germany and the Netherlands 132
Janneette Wolff, Hans de Jong

Field Trips 133

Field trip E1: Lower and Upper Carboniferous rocks in the southern Ruhr Basin 134
Manfred R. Brix

Field trip E2: Regional Geology of the Ruhr district and remains of the historical mining period in the south of Dortmund and Witten (Carboniferous, Cretaceous, Pleistocene) 140
Hartwig Gielisch

Field trip E3: The development of the Pleistocene landscape in the northern part of the Lower Rhine Basin – insights into the past of the Geotop “Eiszeitlandschaft” 145
Skupin, K ., Schollmayer, G., Prüfert, J., Gawlik, A.

E4: Hydrogeology, Mining and Water Supply in the Ruhr Area 154
Frank Wisotzky, Stefan Wohnlich

Field trip E5: Hagen: Geotrail “Kaisberg” and “Werdringen Castle” Museum 161
Ilka Siegwarth

Field trip E6: Cretaceous geosites of the eastern Ruhr Area and the southern Münsterland 168
Martin Hiss, Jörg Mutterlose

Field trip E7: Selected Geosites in the northern Rhenish Mountains 184
M. Piecha, K.-H. Ribbert Field trip

Field trip E8: Soil tour - „Mülheimer Bodenschätze” and „The Rauen Quarry” 197
Ulrike Marx, Corinne Buch, Peter Keil, Udo Scheer

Field trips E9 und E10: From a coal mining area to the European Capital of Culture 203
Two field trips crosstown the Ruhr metropolis
Rainhard de Witt

Field trips E11: Geology and Industrial Heritage in the Ruhr Valley. Nightingale Mine in Witten and Henrichshütte Ironworks Hattingen. 208
Olaf Schmidt- Rutsch

E12: Field trip guide to sites of geological and palaeontological conservation in the Rhineland area, western Germany 212
Christoph Hartkopf-Fröder, Hans Martin Weber, Renate Gerlach

E13: Carboniferous and Coal in the Ruhr Valley 226
Volker Wrede

Field trip E14: Ruhr Museum – Zollverein Coal Mining-Complex – Industrial Nature 237
Ulrike Stottrop, Udo Scheer


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