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Mapping Hydromorphic Areas and Drainage Networks in Tropical Riparian Zones using Topographic Attributes
Riparian areas and channel networks are important landscape compartments, with key hydrological and ecologic functions. Hence, defining their spatial boundaries is an important step towards sustainable riparian management. In tropical countries, riparian areas are rarely mapped, although they represent a crucial component of local livelihoods and ecosystems. In this study, topographic attributes generated with a 30m SRTM DEM were used to delineate wet areas and stream networks of two smalldoi:10.22541/au.160923945.52389246/v1 fatcat:u4vuu5w2c5a5nf2hxjsnsbc23i