Lezione master Proidro - Modellazione idrologica con GRASS GIS 17/12/2010
Potenza, 17 Dicembre 2010 Master PROIDRO - Corso di Modellazione IdrologicaIntroduzione alluso di GRASS GIS per la modellazione idrologica Ing. Margherita Di Leo
GRASS = Geographic Resources Analysis Support System http://grass.fbk.eu/GIS = Geographic Information SystemOpen Source SoftwareDownload:http://grass.fbk.eu/download/software.phpSample data download:http://www.grassbook.org/data_menu3rd.php
Organization of dataGRASS DATA SET GRASSDATA Gauss-LOCATION UTM33WGS84 UTM33ED50 BoagaRoma40 FusoEstMAPSET USER1 USER2 USER1 USER1 PERMANENT PERMANENT PERMANENT
North Carolina (NC, USA) data set Raster, vector and satellite data# Vector data include administrative boundaries, census data, zipcodes, firestations, hospitals, roads and railroads,public schools and colleges, bus routes, points of interest, precipitation, hydrography maps, geodetic points, soilsand geological maps.# Raster data include elevation (NED 3arc-sec, SRTM-V1 30m, lidar derived DEMs at 1m and 6m), slope, aspect,watershed basins, geology, and landuse. The resolution of raster maps is 500m, 30m, 10m, and 1m.# Imagery data include 1m resolution orthophoto, several LANDSAT-TM5/7 scenes and a MODIS daily LandSurface Temperature (LST) time series.# Also multiple-return lidar data are included
GUI (graphical user interface) Path to GRASS data set Location Mapset Start
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