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Effect of Digital Elevation Model Resolution on Cross Section Generation for Flood Plain Modeling—Seneca Nation of Indian, Cattaraugus Indian Territories
With the increase of extreme weather events in recent years, quick and precise responses are needed to save both lives and property. Flood is one of the most frequently natural hazard causing casualties and millions of ...
Transforming landscape ecological evaluations using sub-pixel remote sensing classifications: A study of invasive saltcedar ( Tamarix spp.)
Invasive species disrupt landscape patterns and compromise the functionality of ecosystem processes. Non-native saltcedar ( Tamarix spp.) poses significant threats to native vegetation and groundwater resources in the ...
The political geography and electoral consequences of the Slavery and Civil Rights Eras in American history
Scholars charge the study of political realignments, or critical elections, as non-falsifiable events so rare that no two realignments share the same catalyst. Despite those noteworthy criticisms, non-direct ways to look ...
The influence of accuracy, grid size, and interpolation method on the hydrological analysis of LiDAR derived dems: Seneca Nation of Indians, Irving NY
Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) derived Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) provide accurate, high resolution digital surfaces for precise topographic analysis. The following study investigates the accuracy of LiDAR derived ...