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Water engineering research : international journal of KWRA v.2 no.1, 2001년, pp.49 - 61   피인용횟수: 1

GRID-BASED SOIL-WATER EROSION AND DEPOSITION MODELING USING GIS AND RS

Kim, Seong-Joon   (GRID-BASED SOIL-WATER EROSION AND DEPOSITION MODELING USING GIS AND RS  );
  • 초록

    A grid-based KIneMatic wave soil-water EROsion and deposition Model(KIMEROM) that predicts temporal variation and spatial distribution of sediment transport in a watershed was developed. This model uses ASCII-formatted map data supported from the regular gridded map of GRASS (U.S. Army CERL, 1993)-GIS(Geographic Information Systems), and generates the distributed results by ASCII-formatted map data. For hydrologic process, the kinematic wave equation and Darcy equation were used to simulated surface and subsurface flow, respectively (Kim, 1998; Kim et al., 1998). For soil erosion process, the physically-based soil erosion concept by Rose and Hairsine (1988) was used to simulate soil-water erosion and deposition. The model adopts single overland flowpath algorithm and simulates surface and subsurface water depth, and sediment concentration at each grid element for a given time increment. The model was tested to a 162.3 $\textrm{km}^2$ watershed located in the tideland reclaimed ares of South Korea. After the hydrologic calibration for two storm events in 1999, the results of sediment transport were presented for the same storm events. The results of temporal variation and spatial distribution of overland flow and sediment areas are shown using GRASS.


  • 주제어

    Grid-based .   Soil-water erosion .   GRASS .   GIS .   Remote Sensing.  

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