Author: Christoph Grützner

I studied Geophysics in Leipzig and did my PhD in Aachen. I worked as a post-doc at the Institute for Neotectonics and Natural Hazards at RWTH Aachen University, Germany. Currently I am a research associate at the University of Cambridge, working in the EwF Project on active tectonics of Central Asia. My research interests are active faults, paleoseismology, ancient earthquakes, and tectonic geomorphology.

Open Data in the UK

The Ordnance Survey is UK’s mapping agency and frequently releases free datasets. Their OpenData policy is quite progressive compared to Germany’s and they’ve recently published some fresh datasets…