Winterspaß mit Grenzen: Das erste Wochenende mit 15-Kilometer
Bayern Verwirrte Frau lässt mehrere Pferde freiEine Frau hat mehrere Pferde aus einem Stall im Landkreis München befreit und sich danach selbst bei der Polizei gemeldet.Die 55-Jährige habe über den Polizeinotruf in der Nacht zu Mittwoch mitgeteilt, 30 Pferde eines Pferdehofes in Sauerlach freigelassen zu haben, teilte ein Sprecher des Polizeipräsidiums München am Mittwoch mit.
Tote im Blumenladen Täter ist weiterhin auf der FluchtSpaziergänger entdeckten am Freitagabend im oberfränkischen Lichtenfels eine tote Frau auf dem Boden eines Blumengeschäfts.Die Kriminalpolizei und die Staatsanwaltschaft Coburg gehen von einem Gewaltverbrechen aus „und betreiben weiterhin intensive Ermittlungen“, heißt es in einer Mitteilung vom Sonntag.Der Täter ist noch auf der Flucht.
15 km rule: Which areas in Germany are affected by new movement
AdvertisementWhat is the 15 km rule?North Rhine-WestphaliaSince Tuesday January 12th, the 15 km rule has also been in force in NRW.HamburgNo areas of over 200 incidence reported so far.AdvertisementREAD ALSO:How do you calculate a 15 km radius?If you need to calculate a 15 km radius there are a few sites where you can do that.
Spiral GalaxiesLeft: Spiral structures that form in our model spontanously.Spiral galaxies ask us many a riddle.I give new answers to some of them by constructing self-consistent models for spiral galaxies whos dynamics are close to observations.Self-excited Spiral Structures as the result of an instabilityBlack/gray: Spiral arms that form in our model spontanously.Given that the spiral arms in our model develope spontanously out of an initially axially symmetric disk, the similiarity is surprising.
Franconian Switzerland and Upper Palatinate. Map of attraction
Last Updated on 12/03/2023Regions north and east from Nuremberg to Bayreuth and the Czech border – Franconian Switzerland (Fränkische Schweiz) and Upper Palatinate (Oberpfalz).Wagner Museum (link).Paleontological Museum (link).Climbing forest.Climbing forest.
The upper-mantle velocities arise first in a 28 km depth slice beneath the Eger Rift, thereby marking the massif thinning along the rift.Most of the massif is characterised by a velocity decrease in the lower crust, which can be quantified as d v S = v S ( LPC 1 ) - v S ( UPC 7 ) , where indexes denote respective sub-layers (Table 1).The Ps receiver functions represent an independent method to estimate the Moho depth from teleseismic P-to-S converted phases at the bottom of the crust.We interpolate the Moho depth estimates beneath individual stations without the back migration to true conversion points.The Moho depth estimated from the Ps–P delay times with the use of the average crustal v S from our ANT model (v ANT ) and standard v P / v S = 1.729 is even shallower.
The Bayreuth–Hollfeld railway was a branch line in the Bavarian province of Upper Franconia.Originally an even longer railway was planned: to the west via Forchheim–Höchstadt to Rothenburg and in the east into the Fichtelgebirge mountains.In the industrial estate on Otto-Hahn-Strasse between Kreuzstein Halt and Bayreuth Altstadt station several firms and sheds were connected to the railway by industrial sidings.The city of Bayreuth bought in the 1990s the railway as far as the former Altstadt station.Only 50 metres of railway line have been preserved in the area of the Altstadt as a quasi monument.
While the two UGR sites were equipped with one probe each, a single probe was used for the three GR sites due to their proximity.Since the soil moisture data were also only collected during times of flux measurements, values were subsequently linearly interpolated to create continuous time series.Sensors for air temperature (T air ), relative air humidity (RH), air pressure (p air ) and photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) were attached to one side of the chamber.For each site, α and P max were determined by fitting PAR against the GPP fluxes from chamber measurements and applying a non-linear least-squares (nls) optimization.Implausible PAR values from chamber measurements were replaced by PAR derived from the net radiometer measurements.
4a; Selker et al., 2006; Tyler et al., 2009).DTS can measure air temperature with sufficient temporal resolution to resolve turbulent fluxes (Thomas et al., 2012) and turbulent third-order moments (Peltola et al., 2021), in addition to sub-mesoscale modes (Zeeman et al., 2015; Pfister et al., 2019, 2021b).The reference section temperatures and DTS fiber temperatures within the reference sections are reported in the Zenodo repository for each fiber type.(2011), but the reduction in the number of calibrated points was outweighed by the exclusion of edge effects in the reference sections as evaluated in the validation of reference sections.The validation reference sections always had a higher standard deviation in time, σ(T), than the reference sections used for calibration.
A meteorological dataset of the West African monsoon during the
1), namely near the cities of Kumasi, Savè, and Ile-Ife, in zones where the formation of LLSC has been identified as frequent8.At each supersite, in situ and remote sensing observations of (i) near-surface meteorological parameters, soil temperature, soil moisture and chemicals, (ii) dynamics and thermodynamics in the ABL and above, (iii) cloud characteristics, aerosol and precipitation, and, (iv) surface energy balance components were performed (Supplementary Tables 1–4).FRS up to an altitude of around 1500 m AGL were launched in between the NRSs.Longwave and shortwave radiation was measured with the same sampling rate at 3 m AGL.OVLI-TA was flying vertical profiles most of the time below 600 m AGL in spirals of about 100 m radius.
Then, the main focus is on the results obtained at the water surface.However, there are interesting differences between the wet-salt and desert surfaces with respect to the water surface.Here, we present the vertical profiles at the water and desert surfaces as observed in the morning (Fig.Figure 7c shows the evolution of the ABL depth as determined from the θ profiles over the desert and water surface.4c) by the wind-induced mixing of the shallow water layer and (c) enhanced instability due to the cold air advection.