Flow Direction and Length Determined by ArcGIS Spatial Analyst and Terrain Elevation Data Sets
Proc. of the Conference 'Priority directions of the development of young research farmers in modern science', 25th anniv. of Caspian Research Institute of Arid Agriculture RAAS. Ed. N. A. Shherbakova and A. N. Bondarenko. Russia, Solenoe Zaymishche, PNIIAZ, 2016, pp. 579–583. isbn: 978-5-9908130-2-1
5 Pages Posted: 30 Jan 2019
Date Written: May 11, 2016
Abstract. Current work presents results of the terrain data processing for hydrological analysis using two GIS software: ArcGIS and Idrisi GIS. The aim of the research is to analyze the situation of the river basin in the selected study area (Gallocanta, Spain), to assess possible risks for floods and landslides. The study aims to understand the processes and spatial and temporal patterns of surface-climate interaction in a watershed to assess the impacts of the local climate change on the hydrological conditions of the lake's surroundings and to develop geomorphic analysis using SRTM input data, for effective environmental management.
Keywords: Elevation, Hydrology, Modeling, Climate Change
JEL Classification: Y1, Y10, Y92, Q00, Q01, Q23, Q24, Q50, Q51, Q55, Q56
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