HYDROGEOMORPHIC APPROACH TO EVALUATING FLOOD POTENTIAL IN CENTRAL TEXAS FROM ORBITAL AND SUBORBITAL REMOTE SENSING IMAGERY.

Victor Baker, Robert K. Holz, Steven D. Hulke

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Abstract

Central Texas is subject to flooding of extraordinary magnitude, particularly in the frequency range of 10-50 years. Assuming that stream network geometry has been adjusted to these floods, quantitative drainage network analysis can be used to relate stream morphology to potential flood discharge. Stream network geometries were digitized from Skylab S-190B imagery, high-altitude and low-altitude aerial photographs, and large scale topographic maps. The digitzed data were then used to generate significant hydrogeomorphic parameters with the W. A. T. E. R. System, a computer program for watershed analysis. Refs.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherEnviron Res Inst of Mich, Willow Run Lab Ann Arbor
Pages629-645
Number of pages17
Volume1
StatePublished - 1974
Externally publishedYes
EventProc of the Int Symp on Remote Sensing of Environ, 9th - Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Duration: Apr 15 1974Apr 19 1974

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OtherProc of the Int Symp on Remote Sensing of Environ, 9th
CityAnn Arbor, MI, USA
Period4/15/744/19/74

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Remote sensing
Geometry
Electric network analysis
Watersheds
Drainage
Computer program listings
Antennas

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Baker, V., Holz, R. K., & Hulke, S. D. (1974). HYDROGEOMORPHIC APPROACH TO EVALUATING FLOOD POTENTIAL IN CENTRAL TEXAS FROM ORBITAL AND SUBORBITAL REMOTE SENSING IMAGERY. In Unknown Host Publication Title (Vol. 1, pp. 629-645). Environ Res Inst of Mich, Willow Run Lab Ann Arbor.

HYDROGEOMORPHIC APPROACH TO EVALUATING FLOOD POTENTIAL IN CENTRAL TEXAS FROM ORBITAL AND SUBORBITAL REMOTE SENSING IMAGERY. / Baker, Victor; Holz, Robert K.; Hulke, Steven D.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Vol. 1 Environ Res Inst of Mich, Willow Run Lab Ann Arbor, 1974. p. 629-645.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Baker, V, Holz, RK & Hulke, SD 1974, HYDROGEOMORPHIC APPROACH TO EVALUATING FLOOD POTENTIAL IN CENTRAL TEXAS FROM ORBITAL AND SUBORBITAL REMOTE SENSING IMAGERY. in Unknown Host Publication Title. vol. 1, Environ Res Inst of Mich, Willow Run Lab Ann Arbor, pp. 629-645, Proc of the Int Symp on Remote Sensing of Environ, 9th, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 4/15/74.
Baker V, Holz RK, Hulke SD. HYDROGEOMORPHIC APPROACH TO EVALUATING FLOOD POTENTIAL IN CENTRAL TEXAS FROM ORBITAL AND SUBORBITAL REMOTE SENSING IMAGERY. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Vol. 1. Environ Res Inst of Mich, Willow Run Lab Ann Arbor. 1974. p. 629-645
Baker, Victor ; Holz, Robert K. ; Hulke, Steven D. / HYDROGEOMORPHIC APPROACH TO EVALUATING FLOOD POTENTIAL IN CENTRAL TEXAS FROM ORBITAL AND SUBORBITAL REMOTE SENSING IMAGERY. Unknown Host Publication Title. Vol. 1 Environ Res Inst of Mich, Willow Run Lab Ann Arbor, 1974. pp. 629-645
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