1 Remote Sensing and Geospatial Applications for Watershed Delineation

@inproceedings{Savant20021RS,
  title={1 Remote Sensing and Geospatial Applications for Watershed Delineation},
  author={Gaurav Savant and Lei Wang},
  year={2002}
}
Many watershed analysis projects are limited by the information available for modeling parameters of concern. For example, topographic information is often outdated or costly to obtain. This paper presents an example that explores the advantages of applying remote sensing technologies and GIS application for the delineation of a gaged watershed. Specifically, we evaluated the watershed of a section of the Upper Pearl River in Mississippi. The DEM data is available from USGS or developed through… CONTINUE READING