You are here

Debris flow mapping through time: Data management using ArcGIS and implications for fish research

Posted date: November 06, 2015
Publication Year: 
2003
Authors: Luce, Charles H.; Nagel, David E.; King, Jack - RMRS Boise Aquatic Science Lab; Rieman, Bruce - RMRS Boise Aquatic Science Lab; Dunham, Jason - RMRS Boise Aquatic Science Lab
Document type: Presentations

Citation

Nagel, D., C. Luce, J. King, B. Rieman, and J. Dunham. 2003. Debris flow mapping through time: Data management using ArcGIS and implications for fish research (presentation). Forest Service Geospatial 2003: Putting Geospatial Information to Work, Colorado Springs, Colorado, April 7-11, 2003.

Description

This presentation covers research on debris flows on the Middle Fork Boise River Watershed on the Boise National Forest in Idaho. Scientists mapped debris flow using aerial photography, Digital Elevation Models (DEM), and the TARDEM software.