User talk:Ansgar Walk
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And thank you for your wonderful airplane pictures! -- Stahlkocher 20:17, 18 March 2006 (UTC)
Just wanted to let you know that your image is being used. http://www.aftenposten.no/nyheter/iriks/article2035366.ece -- Atluxity 14:00, 8 October 2007 (UTC)
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- Okay, problem solved. --Ansgar Walk 17:06, 25 March 2008 (CET)
- Hallo Botaurus, Du hast mich einmal mehr auf das Problem der Bestimmung glazialer geologischer Formen aufmerksam gemacht, danke. Ich persönlich bin mir nicht sicher, ob es sich bei Knight's Hill um einen Os (Esker) handelt oder um einen Drumlin; auch die Glazialform Kame sei in diesem Zusammenhang nicht außer Acht gelassen. Die Wapusk-Nationalpark-Guides (allerdings keine Geologen, sondern meist Biologen) bezeichneten mir gegenüber den Knight's Hill jedenfalls einhellig (und wohl eher volkstümlich) als "Esker" - ohne weiter zu differenzieren.
- Nach [], einem Webeintrag der Regierungseinrichtung „Natural Resources Canada“, also wohl einem kompetenten Eintrag, handelt es sich bei Knight’s Hill offenbar um die geologische Verbindung eines Eskers mit einem „Kame“: Bouldery kame at Knight's Hill east of Churchill - "Kames are mounds of coarse material that has been sorted and deposited by glacial meltwater. This one, and many others, are associated with eskers. ..." Ich halte nach dieser Aussage die Angabe “Esker” (zumindest) für nicht unkorrekt. Grüße --Ansgar Walk 17:23, 23. Okt. 2008 (CEST)
Danke für die schnelle Antwort. Wie hoch ist der „Knight's Hill“ in Bezug auf das umliegende Gelände eigentlich? Vom Foto her kann man sich da kein Bild von machen. Grüße --Botaurus stellaris (talk) 16:27, 23 October 2008 (UTC)
- Ich sehe soeben auf der offiziellen 1:250.000-Kanada-Landkarte nach (Nr. 54 K, Cape Churchill), doch ist dort keine Höhenangabe gemacht. Dafür steht dort (höre und staune) "Esker" - wie kompetent das auch sei. Ich schätze die Anhöhe auf etwa 50 bis 100 m. Übrigens sehe ich gerade auch, der Knight's Hill liegt etwa 15 km westlich der NP-Grenze, also nicht mehr im Park. Ich werde in den Wiki-Texten ein paar Korrekturen vornehmen müssen. --Ansgar Walk 19:56, 23. Okt. 2008 (CEST)
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Hello, Ansgar Walk!
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I'm an artist working on illustrations for Canadian Geographic magazine for an article about Citizen Science, all the various amateurs around the country who contribute to knowledge in all fields of science with their observations and other activities. I used your photor 'Seal Hunter 1999-04-03' and adapted it for a spot illustration to accompany a sidebar to the article. You can view the piece along with article's main illustration here: http://www.jwstewart.net/citizen/ (scroll down). I will submit your credit for the photo to the magazine. Because your photograph is the main element of the piece I will send the piece to Wikimedia for inclusion under the same license you posted your photo, that is the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic license once it has appeared in the magazine.
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Hallo Ansgar Walk,
befindet sich diese Skulptur im Innenraum der Kirche oder außen? Und wer hat die Skulptur gemacht? Letztere Angabe fehlt, jedenfalls bei den Skulptur-Bildern, die ich geprüft habe. Ich frage deshalb, weil der Künstler kaum schon 70 Jahre tot sein kann und die Skulpturen daher noch seinem/ihrem Copyright unterliegen. --Túrelio (talk) 11:38, 25 November 2010 (UTC)
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Leyo 10:54, 1 March 2014 (UTC)
Hi Ansgar. We visited Ukkusiksalik National Park this summer and I have subsequently been adding some photos to Wiki Commons. Looks like most prior ones are yours from your trip there several years ago. Seems you had some great animal sightings! I note that the same photo of yours appears to be registered twice in Wiki Commons - see Qarmaq 2 1999-07-12.jpg and Qarmaq relicts 1996-07-29.jpg. Should one be deleted? I am also looking at improving the distinction between the photo gallery for the park (the best park photos) and the photos in the park category (all related photos). I note that there are several animal, bird and plant photos that are in the park gallery but are not actually categorized as from the park. If they are from that area, I would encourage adding that category to the photos. Regards... Gierszep (talk) 19:54, 24 August 2014 (UTC)
A barnstar for you!Edit
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|Für das Bild der Calwer Stadtkirche! Aarp65 (talk) 01:58, 13 October 2014 (UTC)|