[GRASS-user] S.K. Jenson and J.O. Domingue (1988) method to filter the elevation map
Stefan.Blumentrath at nina.no
Wed Dec 11 05:32:09 PST 2019
I assume you refer to:
There is also:
as well as a couple of AddOns based on richdem (starting with r.richdem.*):
grass-addons/grass7/raster at master · OSGeo/grass-addons · GitHub<https://github.com/OSGeo/grass-addons/tree/master/grass7/raster>
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Maybe that helps. Can you inform us about the new methods you had in mind?
GRASS GIS manual: r.hydrodem<https://grass.osgeo.org/grass76/manuals/addons/r.hydrodem.html>
DESCRIPTION r.hydrodem applies hydrological conditioning (sink removal) to a required input elevation map. If the conditioned elevation map is going to be used as input elevation for r.watershed, only small sinks should be removed and the amount of modifications restricted with the mod option. For other modules such as r.terraflow or third-party software, full sink removal is recommended.
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Emne: [GRASS-user] S.K. Jenson and J.O. Domingue (1988) method to filter the elevation map
I'd like to know if Grass still uses the S.K. Jenson and J.O. Domingue
(1988) method to filter the elevation map, in its original conception. I've
read about some new and more improved methods and was wondering if there
wasn't any improvement in Grass method.
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