Locally adaptive gridding of noisy high resolution topographic data
Topography plays a fundamental role in modulating land surface and atmospheric processes across a wide range of spatial scales (Hutchinson 2008). Thus digital elevation models (DEMs) have provided a key role in supporting mesoscale representations of surface climate as well as supporting finer scale representations of surface hydrology and catchment processes. The usual means of supporting these representations is a regular grid elevation model interpolated from a variety of data sources. The...[Show more]
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