Evaluation of a Novel Method for Estimating Directly Connected Impervious Area and Unconnected Impervious Area
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|Created:||Sep 24, 2018 at 7:21 p.m.|
|Last updated:||Dec 07, 2018 at 11:44 p.m. by Andrew Chu|
The objective of this project is to evaluate a novel method for measuring directly connected impervious area (DCIA) and unconnected impervious area (UCIA). I’ve termed this new method, the Gregory Method. I plan on comparing this new method with several, more traditional methods of finding DCIA and UCIA (e.g. manual scanning and representative sampling). In performing this comparison, I would like to elucidate the accuracy and the speed of each technique. To evaluate each technique, I will use publicly available satellite imagery, land use/cover data from the Southwest Florida Water Management District and land use/cover data from USGS as well as data from a consulting firm, Jones Edmunds.
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|Andrew Chu||University of Texas at Austin||3522226913|
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