GIS AND TERRAIN ANALYSIS FOR UNDERSTANDING WATER PROCESSES AND FEATURES

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Published on March 20, 2014

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Unesco Chair «Water Resources Management and Culture» Inaugural Meeting
MARCH 11, 2014
University for Foreigners of Perugia -­‐ Palazzo Gallenga
Sala Goldoniana

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   GIS  AND  TERRAIN  ANALYSIS  FOR     UNDERSTANDING  WATER   PROCESSES  AND  FEATURES   Talk  @  Unesco  Chair  Inaugural  MeeRng   Perugia,  Italy,  March  11th,  2014   Fernando  Nardi   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   •  River  basin  Terrain  Analysis  (TA)  using  GIS     •  Standard  GIS  TA  vs  experimental  methods   •  Hydrogeomorphic  applica+ons:  Flood(plain)   mapping   •  Ongoing  research:  Large  scale  engineering   applica+ons   Outlines  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   ASTER   •  Raster  DTM  ASTER   •  30m   •  Integer  precision     hSp://asterweb.jpl.nasa.gov/gdem.asp    

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   …and  processes  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Analyzing  terrain  surface  properRes  (elevaRon,  land   use,..)  for  deriving  hydrogeomorpic   parameters:   Direct:  slope,  curvature,  aspect   Indirect:  flow  direc+on,  drainage  area   Features:   stream  network,  drainage  basin,  floodplain,  hillslope   Processes:   deposi+on,  erosion,  land/water  dynamics  (i.e.  landsliding/ flooding)   DEM-­‐based  Terrain  Analysis  using  GIS  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Filling  sinks   Flow  direc+on     Contribu+ng  area   Watershed   delinea+on   Stream  Network   Hydrologic  processing  of  DEMs  for   stream  network  extracRon  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Flat  areas  and  pit  removal  experimental  tools   Nardi,   F.,   Grimaldi,   S.,   San+ni,   M,   Petroselli,A.,  Uber+ni,  L.,    Hydrological  Science  Journal,  2008   Grimaldi   S.,   Nardi   F.,   Di   BenedeSo   F.,   Istanbulluoglu   E.,   Bras   R.L.,   Advances  in  Water  Resources,  2007  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Floodplain  cross  secRon  idenRficaRon  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Po  river  basin  (North  Italy)     Area  75,000  km2     Channel  flow  depths:  up  to  44  m     Stream  network  source  contrib.  area:  500  km2     Floodplain  area:  5178  km2    to  14976  km2              

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Po  river  basin  (North  Italy)   500  yrs  Flood/InundaRon  maps  -­‐>  10,300  km2     Lake  areas:  1000  km2     Floodplain  area:  5178  km2    to  14976  km2              

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Zambesi  river  basin  (Southern  Africa)     Area  1,390,000  km2     Stream  network  source  contrib.  area:  500  km2     Floodplain  area:  37,250  km2              

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Zambesi  river  basin  (Southern  Africa)  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   The  Tiber  river  case  study   Nardi   F.,   Biscarini   C.,   Di   Francesco   S.,   Manciola   P.,     Uber+ni   L.,   Irriga9on   and   Drainage,  2013   How  do  the   hydrogeomorphic   floodplain  behaves   as  respect  to   standard  flood/ inunda+on  maps?  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   The  Tiber  river  case  study   Nardi  F.,  Biscarini  C.,  Di  Francesco  S.,   Manciola  P.,    Uber+ni  L.,  Irriga9on  and   Drainage,  2013  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Tiber  river  basin  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Tiber  river  basin  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Tiber  river  basin  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Floodplain  idenRficaRon  for  Italy   Large  scale  urban/land  engineering  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Indexing  water-­‐related  phenomena   Large  scale  urban/land  engineering  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   GIS Terrain analysis Nardi F., Vivoni E. R., Grimaldi S., Investigating a floodplain scaling relation using a hydrogeomorphic delineation method, Water Resources Research, 42 (9), 15 pp., 2006. Grimaldi S., Nardi F., Di Benedetto F., Istanbullouglu E., Bras R.L., A physically-based method for removing pits in digital elevation models, Advances in Water Resources, 30 (10), pp. 2151-2158, 2007. Nardi F., Grimaldi S., Santini M., Petroselli A., Ubertini L., Hydrogeomorphic properties of simulated drainage patterns using digital elevation models: the flat area issue, Hydrological Science Journal, 53 (6), pp. 1176-1193, 2008. Santini M., Grimaldi S., Rulli M.C., Petroselli A., Nardi F., Pre-Processing algorithms and landslide modelling on remotely sensed DEMs, Geomorphology, 113 (1-2), pp. 110-125, 2009. Nardi F., Biscarini C., Di Francesco S., Manciola P., Ubertini L., comparing a large-scale dem-based floodplain delineation algorithm with standard flood maps: the Tiber river basin case study, Irrig. and Drain. 62 (Suppl. 2): 11–19, 2013 WFIUH rainfall-runoff models Grimaldi S., Petroselli A., Alonso G., Nardi F., Flow time estimation with variable hillslope velocity in ungauged basins, Advances in Water Resources, 33 (10), 216-1223, 2010. Grimaldi S., Petroselli A., Nardi F., A parsimonious geomorphological unit hydrograph for rainfall runoff modeling in small ungauged basins, Hydrological Science Journal, 57(1), 73-83, 2012. Flood Mapping Grimaldi S., Petroselli A., Arcangeletti E., Nardi F., Flood mapping in ungauged basins using fully continuous hydrologic-hydraulic modelling, Journal of Hydrology, in press. References  

UNESCO  and  WATER     SCIENTIFIC  MEETING  SERIES    SM  S3    jointly  organized  by         Unesco  Chair  «Water  Resources  Management  and  Culture»   Inaugural  Mee+ng  MARCH  11,  2014   University  for  Foreigners  of  Perugia  -­‐  Palazzo  Gallenga  Sala  Goldoniana   Contact  Info     fernando.nardi@unistrapg.it   @fnardi             hSp://www.unescowaterchair.org/    

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