Remote Sensing Flood Analysis MultiSpec©_AV_EOD_LessonAuthor: Larry Biehl Affiliation: IndianaView, Purdue Terrestrial Observatory Date: 1 Jun 2016
Audience: Middle School, High School Course Material: Yes
Description: The objective of the exercises in this activity is to analyze a flood event that occurred in southern Indiana and Illinois in June of 2008. You will use a freeware tool on mygeohub.org titled MultiSpec© to view a portion of the area that was flooded and then determine the area n the image that the flood covered. The lesson is based on a USGS Education River Flooding activity.
Keywords: remote sensing, flooding, Landsat
Skill Level: Introductory Discipline: Earth Science Imagery: Landsat 4-5
Software Requirements: Web Browser
Special Materials: A requirement will be to register on the mygeohub.org web site. Contact the author, Larry Biehl (), if there are questions about this.
AV Resources Used: Yes Download Access: Public
Text URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4tdq5cuOLHGTHFtT0wzVHhKMEk/view?usp=sharing
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