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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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Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) are employed to reckon different geomorphological and morphometric parameters of watershed [4,5].
The development of geotechnology provides the procedures and techniques to assist in the analysis of landforms through modelling and interpretation of digital elevation models.
Calculation of hydrologically sound digital elevation models. Third International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Sydney, Australia, August 117-133.
On the right is a sub-meter digital elevation model of the same area built out of documented satellite imagery and the Thales GeoMaker geospatial production suite incorporating accurate sensors models over verified map data.
Currently, a number of global DEM datasets are widely used, such as the global 30 arc s elevation dataset (GTOPO30), the Global Land One-km Base Elevation Project (GLOBE), the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM3), the Altimeter Corrected Elevations 2 (ACE2), the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) Global Digital Elevation Model (GDEM), and the Global Multi-Resolution Terrain Elevation Data 2010 (GMTED2010).
"Assessing Effects of Digital Elevation Model Resolutions on Soil-Landscape Correlations in a Hilly Area." Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 126 (3-4): 209-216.
The production of orthophoto and digital elevation models (DEMs) became completely digital, mostly automatic and with short response of time.
Environmental suitability mapping of malaria, Greece, 2009-2012 * Variable ([dagger]) Rank Digital elevation model 4.4 LST day amplitude 2 5.5 NDVI phase 2 7.0 LST nighttime amplitude 2 7.3 LST nighttime mean 8.1 LST day, maximum 8.1 LST day, mean 8.3 LST day phase 2 8.6 NDVI, maximum 8.7 LST night, maximum 8.9 * Classification of 10 variables average rank (1 to 10) for all bootstrapped cycles.
Digital data of digital elevation models (DEM) are needed to determine the slope stability factor (Acharya, et al., 2006).
The map, known as a global digital elevation model, is an updated version of a map released in 2009.
ASTER GDEM Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer--Global Digital Elevation Model
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