Kitzsteinhorn

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General Information

Created: 2013-09-02 14:00:48
Modified: 2015-12-01 16:18:02

Country:Austria
Observation Type:TSP
Area:0.004 km2
The Kitzsteinhorn is a 3.203 m high mountain peak in Central Austria. The research project MOREXPERT (“Monitoring Expert System for Hazardous Rock Walls”) has established a new long-term monitoring site focusing on permafrost and rockfall interaction in the summit region of the Kitzsteinhorn. A total number of five boreholes have been drilled into permafrost-affected bedrock (calcareous mica-schist).

Center of the site

Longitude:12.68437998°
Latitude:47.18908844°

Bounding Box

Max Lat: 47.18974373°
Min Long: 12.6834573° Max Long: 12.68530266°
Min Lat: 47.18843315°
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