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DEM

The ISO 4217 currency code for Deutschemark.

DEM

ISO 4217 code for the deutschemark. It was introduced in 1948, replacing the Reichsmark. It became one of the most important currencies in the world. For example, it was one of the currencies included in the basket that determined the value of Special Drawing Rights. After 1990, the deutschemark became the currency of the unified Germany. It was replaced by the euro in 1999 and ceased circulation in 2002.
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Improvements in large scale drainage networks derived from digital elevation models.
High resolution 10 m (33 ft) digital elevation models were provided by Glenn Kelly at the U.
Use of Slope, Aspect, and Elevation Maps Derived from Digital Elevation Model Data in Making Soil Surveys.
Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) are employed to reckon different geomorphological and morphometric parameters of watershed [4,5].
The input file for the is an MDE based on the original digital elevation model Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) provided by the United States Geological Survey (USGS), with a spatial resolution of 3 arc-seconds (90 metres) (KRETSCH, 2000).
The effect of error in gridded digital elevation models on the estimation of topographic parameters.
Digital elevation model generation for historical landscape analysis based on LiDAR data, a case study in Flanders (Belgium).
The Digital Elevation Model (DEM), which represents the elevation of the surface of the earth can be used effectively to know the areas prone to flooding using Geographic Information System (GIS).
In this study, we develop an error-budget procedure to quantify the relative contributions of model, input (for all of the ancillary datasets) and individual covariate (for each of the ancillary datasets) error when combining remotely sensed digital elevation model (DEM) or gamma (y)-ray spectrometry data and/or when using [EC.
Different digital elevation model datasets agree well in altitude but significantly differ in their derivative parameters, which introduces significant errors in the estimation of surface-received solar radiation and data from river networks.
By combining the Spot constellation capabilities with those of the new German radar imaging satellites from Infoterra GMbH, Astrium Geo Services is now able (2014) to offer a new World Digital Elevation Model (DEM) service with a two-metre (relative) vertical accuracy, thereby challenging aerial photography especially for larger areas.
Digital terrain model (DTM) or digital elevation model (DEM) contains height values of terrain and needs for evaluation getting qualitative mapping product from images.
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