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High-Resolution 3-D Flood Information From Radar Imagery for Flood Hazard Management

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7 Author(s)
Schumann, G. ; Public Res. Centre-Gabriel Lippmann, Belvaux ; Hostache, R. ; Puech, C. ; Hoffmann, L.
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This paper presents a remote-sensing-based steady-state flood inundation model to improve preventive flood-management strategies and flood disaster management. The Regression and Elevation-based Flood Information eXtraction (REFIX) model is based on regression analysis and uses a remotely sensed flood extent and a high-resolution floodplain digital elevation model to compute flood depths for a given flood event. The root mean squared error of the REFIX, compared to ground-surveyed high water marks, is 18 cm for the January 2003 flood event on the River Alzette floodplain (G.D. of Luxembourg), on which the model is developed. Applying the same methodology on a reach of the River Mosel, France, shows that for some more complex river configurations (in this case, a meandering river reach that contains a number of hydraulic structures), piecewise regression is required to yield more accurate flood water-line estimations. A comparison with a simulation from the Hydrologic Engineering Centers River Analysis System hydraulic flood model, calibrated on the same events, shows that, for both events, the REFIX model approximates the water line reliably

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Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

June 2007

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