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Assessment Of The Discharge Potential Of The River Kilange Catchment Using Morphometric Parameters

  title={Assessment Of The Discharge Potential Of The River Kilange Catchment Using Morphometric Parameters},
  author={Dzarma Mohammed Sayd},
Morphometric analysis of the River Kilange catchment was carried out using Geographic Information System (GIS) technique. Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) data at 30m resolution were used for preparing Digital Elevation Model –DEM in ArcGIS 10.0 software. The map of the study area was projected to Universal Transverse Mercator-UTM to enable the processing of basic drainage parameters like stream length, drainage area and perimeter in the attribute tables. The River Kilange catchment is a… 
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