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This Jupyter notebook illustrates the HAND workflow and its use in example flood emergency scenarios. The study area is Onion Creek (HUC10 code 1209020504).
This is also a demonstration of conducting geospatial anlysis with opensource toolkits (gdal) using an online Jupyter interface.
Environment required: CyberGIS-Jupyter for Water
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Yin, D., Z. (. Li, A. Padmanabhan, S. Wang (2021). HAND and Flood Emergency Response (CJW), HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/e08308554a454ba4a428366aa5341e34
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