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The Construction of the Internet Geological Data System Using WWW+Java+DB Technique, Tertiary Deposits of Korea (1997)


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YUN, SEOKCHAN, 1997, The Construction of the Internet Geological Data System Using WWW+Java+DB Technique, Tertiary Deposits of Korea, AAPG Annual Convention Abstracts, Association of American Petroleum Geologists 1997.4.23-26, Dallas, TX, USA, p.420

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The Construction of the Internet Geological Data System Using WWW+Java+DB Technique, Tertiary Deposits of Korea (1997)

  1. 1. Access of Fieldwork Data on the Web Internet Geologic Data System Using WWW+Java +DB Technique, Tertiary Deposits of Korea Seokchan Yun Dept.of Geology, Pusan National University, Korea
  2. 2. Overview Introduction Classical Fieldwork Geospatial Data and Its Application New Communication, Internet Implementation Internet Data Stream(Server-Client) Using Java and database conectivity MsqlJava and IGDS Application Case study area: Tertiary deposits of Korea Construction of field database Avaliablity, Limit and Suggestion
  4. 4. Classical Fieldwork and Now(1) Methods in field Mapping to tophographic map immediately Write down outcrop information to fieldnote Rearrangement of data, another room research 4
  5. 5. Classical Fieldwork and Now(2) New current Desktop Softwares and GIS database Fieldlog: AutoCad & GSC GSMACD: USGS Mapping tool ArcView, ArcInfo: ESRI Laptop field-data system: FIELDTOOL of KIGAM 5
  6. 6. New Communication Wave: Internet Whst is Internet? Global Network of Network Bussiness Home Internet Research Education 6
  7. 7. Basic idea of IGDS Outcrop/Field - Easy, factly and avaliable - Graphic user interfaced communication method Internet - Modem connection - Use slip/ppp protocol - Realtime data transferring and processing Laboratory
  9. 9. Idea to realize: IGDS Cycles WWW JDBC HTTPD CGI HTML mSQL Applet Viewer Database
  10. 10. Java(1) Overview - What is Java ( New, general purpose object-oriented programming language from Sun Microsystems Allows users to interact with Web pages simply Allows interaction with program running as an extension to your Web browser May be used for writing both network-oriented and local application programs It's Simple, Object Oriented, Secure, Portable, Fast (potentially) and Multi- threaded
  11. 11. Java(2) Why Java to geologic data? HTML is statical and impossible of inputting multi-points and area selecting as like field data. Java can solve them! Java is platform-independent, object-oriented, easy to learn and access to network in field area Java fits this conditions for re-engineering the geospacial broswer to receive dynamic data Java is proper to coding and running in network environment to offer pre- programmed geologic database and software 11
  12. 12. Mini SQL Server Mini SQL 2.0 is good small database system and freeware Designed to provide high speed access to small data sets Based on UNIX workstation Software has proven to be popular on Internet Many contributions for mSQL, especially internet, mSQL-CGI, Java etc. Developed by Mr. Hughes URL: 12
  13. 13. MsqlJava MsqlJava is a Java class library mSQL database Client for mini-SQL (mSQL) database server Written entirely in Java Released early November 1995 MsqlJava based on JDBC: SUN's ODBC for Java Wrapper for mSQL-Java developed by George Reese Developed by Darryl Collins URL: 13
  14. 14. IGDS: WWW+Java +DB Architecture(1) IGDS Schema in view of field FieldData JDBC WWW SERVER (HTTPD) IGDS 0.1 ROOM mSQL MsqlJava(applet) database Internet - ppp MsqlCGI(perl) CGI MapData Java Applet Modem Connection Other HTML Pages Mapping Remote Site Field
  15. 15. IGDS: WWW+Java +DB Architecture(2) IGDS Interior Processing mSQL database HTML CGI Outcrop Index Data - number - name B - x-y coord Java (latit., longi.) Add - location R Search - Description O Modify Outcrop Description View W - Attitude - Lithology S GeologicMap Image Viewer - Structure - Paleontology E - Borehole - Other Description R OutcropInfo Viewer Outcrop Sketch - Picture - Sketch panel 2D Map Generator & Plotter - Valuable 15
  16. 16. IGDS: DB Architecture Add Search JDBC CGI Result HTML Applet Viewer 16
  17. 17. IGDS:Viewer Architecture (1) GeologicMap Image Viewer 17
  18. 18. IGDS:Viewer Architecture (2) OutcropInfo Viewer 18
  19. 19. IGDS:Viewer Architecture (3) 2D Map Generator & Plotter 19
  20. 20. APPLICATION 20
  21. 21. Application to fieldwork Fieldwork: Jungja area in Ulsan, Tertiary deposit of Korea Period: April 1996 - October 1996 Computing Equipment: In Field: 486-CPU(RAM 16, Win31 OS) Netscape Broswer enabled Laptop client In Room: Sun Center2000(Solaris 2.4 OS) Apache httpd enabled server with mSQL 21
  22. 22. Geological Setting(1) Yangnam Basin Pohang Basin Age Heunghae Fm. Middle Hagjeon Fm. Miocene Sinhyeon Fm. Cheongogsa Fm Danguri Cgl. Gandong Fm. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Eoil Baslts Eoil Baslts Early Manghaesan Fm. Girimsa Dacite Miocene ~~~~~~~~~~ Jeondong Fm. Ochen Fm. Jeongcheolli Cgi. Cgi. ~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~ Hudongni Fm. Janghang Fm Sangjeongdong Fm. Andongri Cgi. Cgi. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Eocene Wangsan Fm. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Creta. Gyeongsang Supergroup /Bulgugsa Granite (Tertiary deposits of Southern Korea, From Sun Yoon, 1992) 22
  23. 23. Geological Setting(2) Dangsari Andesite & Andesitic Tuff Age Geologic Column Gray color volcanic ash and breccia, aged 14-21Ma originated by land volcanic activiries Sinhyeon Fm. Middle Gangdong Formation Gandong Fm. Miocene ~~~~~~~~~~ Conglomerate strata, very poor sorted Dangsari Andesites Early and bedded from piedmont-fluvial Miocene & Andesitic tuff deposits ~~~~~~~~~~ Transition from non-marine to marine Granites Early Eocene environments Creta. Ulsan Fm. Sinhyeon Formation Alternation of sandstone and mudston (from Seokchan Yun, 1996) interlated with thin lenticular cgl. beds Yield marine molluscan fossils belonging to Vicarya-Anadara Assemblage(Yoon, 1979). 23
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