slope map

slope map

A map indicating the topography of an area along with an analysis of topographic features as they have influenced and may continue to influence land development.
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Digital elevation model, slope map, aspect map, shaded relief, topographic profiles, basin, satellite super impose map, geomorphologic map of Pravara River basin is created by using GIS technologies (Wawale, 2012).
The P factor map was constructed by combining the land use map [15] and the slope map. The land use map [15] was converted to raster map by ArcGIS Conversion Tool in ArcGIS 10.2 after assigning land use types by numerical values.
The slope map (Figure 4(a)) was derived from the surface tool (spatial analysis) of DEM using GIS software.
The SRTM DEM was employed to generate topographic map, aspect and slope map, and catchment area delineation using ArcGIS 10.2.
This model was used to prepare a slope map with five categories, each characterized by a different hue color and expressed in degrees.
For classification of slope map, the provided classes for different uses in land use planning (Makhdum et al., 2001) was used and slope map were categorized into three classes.
It turns out that Glenn and Sweeney are cousins; Glenn explained that "It's a big area, and yet the people who live in this area are bound by a common way of life, common family, roots, and common heritage." While the Arctic youth of this generation may identify with one particular location on the North Slope map, merely two or three generations ago it was an entirely different story.
The slope map shows alternating bands of lower and higher slopes in the steeper areas that reflect undulations in the original SRTM data.
From DEM, slope map was generated following standard GIS routines and it was divided into six categories as per standard classification-gentle (flat area), moderate, moderate high, high, steep and very high.
Visual comparison of slope map generated using different interpolation techniques is presented in (Fig.
These maps include the geological map, the erision types map, and the land use map, and the land slope map was obtained from DEM (Figs.