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Spatial distribution of badlands in the ugum watershed
by Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific (WERI), University of Guam in Agana, Guam]
Written in English
|Statement||by Shahram Khosrowpanah, Yuming Wen, Maria Kottermair|
|Series||Technical report -- no. 126|
|Contributions||Wen, Yuming, Kottermair, Maria, Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific|
|LC Classifications||TC409 .K46 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||2011505689|
The spatial distribution in each case does not offer a clear view of grouped values because of high local variations. Nevertheless, there are similarities between HI distributions for the two different DEMs when a same analysis grid is used, and the analysis made for the regridded 90 m DEM shows many similarities to the SRTM 90 m by: Dendrogeomorphology in badlands: Methods, case studies and prospects J.A. Ballesteros-Cánovas a,⁎, J.M. Bodoque b, A. Lucía c, J.F. Martín-Duque c, A. Díez-Herrero a, V. Ruiz-Villanueva a, J.M. Rubiales d, M. Genova e a Department of Research and Geoscientiﬁc Prospective, Geological Survey of Spain (IGME), Ríos Ro Madrid E, Spain b .
From a hydrological point of view, badlands increase water production, and flood frequency relative to neighbouring areas; from a sedimentological point of view, suspended sediment transport from badland areas can reach amounts two or three orders of magnitude higher than other nearby by: Soil resource is important for livelihood of the human being. Soil erosion is a global environmental crisis in the world today that threatens the natural environment and agriculture. The present study was undertaken to assess the annual rate of soil erosion from the study watershed using distributed information for topography, land use, soil, etc. using remote Cited by: 8.
Cantón Y, Del Barrio G, Solé-Benet A, Lázaro R () Topographic controls on the spatial distribution of ground cover in the Tabernas badlands of SE Spain. Catena – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 7. WERI websiteThe GHS Sort and Search Library is an access to free public available literature/reports on Western Pacific water resource and environmental related topics, in pdf. To sort and search, use the arrows in the field for alpha-numeric sort, or use the search bar to find and list any existing word of interest in the : Ghsadmin.
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Spatial distribution of badlands in the Ugum watershed: characterization and temporal analysis. [Agana, Guam]: Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific (WERI), University of Guam. MLA Citation. Khosrowpanah, Shahram.
and Wen, Yuming. and Kottermair, Maria. and Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific. SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF BADLANDS IN THE UGUM WATERSHED: CHARACTERIZATION AND TEMPORAL ANALYSIS By Dr.
Shahram Khosrowpanah Wen Maria Kottermair University of Guam Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam Technical Report No. March Spatial Distribution of Badlands in the Ugum Watershed: Characterization and Temporal Analysis Soil erosion, rather common in the southern part of Guam, marks the savanna landscape in the form of erosion scars.
Spatial distribution of badlands in the Ugum watershed: characterization and temporal analysis / by Sha Land cover accuracy assessment for Southern Guam / by Yuming Wen, Shahram Khosrowpanah, Leroy Heitz; Calibration and application of LUOM in Southern Guam watersheds with and without flow data / by Qiang Ch.
In badlands, valley sideslopes cover a significant portion of the watersheds and are therefore implicitly regarded as the main runoff contributing areas Bryan and Yair,Howard,Campbell, Cited by: Khosrowpanah S, Kottermair M, Wen Y () Spatial Distribution of Badlands in the Ugum Watershed: Characterization and Temporal Analysis.
Water and Environmental Research Institute (WERI) of the Western Pacific, Technical Report No. University of Guam, Mangilao, GuamCited by: Badlands appear to offer in a miniature spatial scale and a shortened temporal scale many of the processes and landforms exhibited by more normal fluvial landscapes, including a variety of slope forms, bedrock or alluvium-floored rills and washes, and flat alluvial expanses similar to large-scale by: Spatial Distribution of Badlands in the Ugum Watershed: Characterization and Temporal Analysis.
Article. Developing a GIS-based Soil Erosion Potential Model for the Ugum Watershed. Article. Planform geometry, spatial heterogeneity, and large wood abundance and distribution were characterized using combined remote imagery and field surveys along lengths of 20–28 km in four river corridors (channels and floodplains) in northwestern Montana.
Study sites included four planform geometries: meandering, straight, braided, and by: 5. Land cover change of watersheds in Southern Guam from to Article in Environmental Monitoring and Assessment () November with.
Spatial Distribution of Badlands in the Ugum Watershed: Characterization and Temporal Analysis. Technical Report No.Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific (WERI), University of Guam, Mangilao, Guam, 29 pp.
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Badlands are landforms that occur all over the world. Although many recent studies have examined badlands, there have been no review books on badlands during the past 35 years.
This introductory chapter has three main aims. First, we will present an overview of badlands throughout the world and present a map of the distribution of the main. The relationships between the spatial distribution of ground-cover and terrain attributes were examined in the Tabernas badlands (SE Spain) in order to understand the terrain-dependent driving forces of the spatially heterogeneous ground by: “BADLANDS” OF THE UGUM WATERSHED 7 CHAPTER 2 Vegetation Distribution in Ugum Watershed 6 Table 2: Summary of Data Sources for each USLE factor.
The two goals of this research project were: 1) to develop a GIS - based soil erosion potential model of the Ugum Watershed, located near the southern village of Talofofo, Guam and 2) to. The spatial distribution of soil types significantly influences modelled runoff.
Spatial distributions of soil types are partly related to morphometry and can be captured using soil-morphometry. Spatial Distribution of Badlands in Ugum Watershed: Characterization and Temporal Analysis, Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific, University of Guam, UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam, Technical Report No.27 pp.
Ground cover was mapped in the field and terrain attributes were derived from a 1-m resolution Digital Elevation Model (DEM). The association of spatial distribution of the landforms resulting from a regionalisation (using a nonhierarchical classification of the topographic overlays) and the ground-cover pattern was by: Badlands appear to offer in a miniature spatial scale and a shortened temporal scale many of the processes and landforms exhibited by more normal fluvial landscapes, including a variety of slope forms, bedrock or alluvium-floored rills and washes, and flat alluvial expanses similar to large-scale pediments.
1. Introduction. Badlands are runoff source areas developed on soft or unconsolidated geological materials with low permeability often prone to surface sealing, which reduces infiltration (Campbell, ), associated with poor soil development and scarce vegetation erosive power of runoff in badlands has important on-site impacts that may be observed in the short Author: Yolanda Cantón, Emilio Rodríguez-Caballero, Sonia Chamizo, Caroline Le Bouteiller, Albert Solé-Benet.The relationships between the spatial distribution of ground-cover and terrain attributes were examined in the Tabernas badlands (SE Spain) in order to .1 Introduction.
The pervasiveness of and order within the structure of Branched Channel Networks (BCNs) fueled some of the earliest interest in landscape forms [Playfair, ; Gilbert, ], but Horton , was the first to relate metrics of this structure to the details of erosional mechanics in operation within drainage 's theory, which linked metrics of basin Cited by: