GeoSpace: Anaconda environment for the earth’s observations

Introduction GeoSpace Anaconda environment My Original Python Tools/modules Tool’s division by categories based on their applications/use GPS data Conversion/Map-Viewer Download/Manipulation/Viewing of NetCDF files 1-Introduction Since the time of my studies until the present days I had always a focus in exploit information from the earth’s observation data. In the last 10 years, in addition to… Continue reading GeoSpace: Anaconda environment for the earth’s observations

GPSconverter: Python software for conversion/visualisation of GPS data ideated while walking in the Piedmont’s mountains

The idea of this original development arrived to me while I was in a trekking trip. With a GPS tracker I was able to track my position and then be sure I was following the right path/directions using the bearing recorded by the GPS module. In support of the map on paper (which anyway it… Continue reading GPSconverter: Python software for conversion/visualisation of GPS data ideated while walking in the Piedmont’s mountains

Master degree fieldwork: The electric response of clay’s deposits in the geothermal area of Saturnia (Italy, Grosseto)

The activity done in this fieldwork aimed to execute a geo-electric tomographic survey (to calculate the resistivity values across the depths and along specific hangings) in the geothermal area of Saturnia (Figure 1). To be more specific, the focus of the study were on the clay’s deposits and then be able to extract from them… Continue reading Master degree fieldwork: The electric response of clay’s deposits in the geothermal area of Saturnia (Italy, Grosseto)

Vulcano Islands: My bachelor field work

The aim of this field work was to convert the old maps of the fumaroles position in the “La Fossa” crater (Gauss Boaga) to the new recent Golbal Positonal System (GPS) cartographic system (UTM WGS84). As complicance, there were not ground control points (GCPs) both in the field and in the maps. Then to perform… Continue reading Vulcano Islands: My bachelor field work