An Enhanced Canopy Cover Layer for Hydrologic Modeling


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The objective of this project is to develop a canopy-cover raster from point data. The study watershed is the South Fork Flathead River, Montana. Tree canopy cover, as measured at permanent forest monitoring plots, will be modeled as a function of NLCD cover class, PRISM mean annual precipitation, elevation, slope, and aspect. Alternative models will be compared using k-fold cross-validation. The final model will be calibrated with all data points and then applied to the entire study watershed.

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Goeking, S. (2016). An Enhanced Canopy Cover Layer for Hydrologic Modeling, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/d5154d1ee5f049b4ae839eefdd08cc51

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