Reducing uncertainty in sediment yield through improved representation of land cover: Application to two sub-catchments of the Mae Chaem, Thailand
A sediment source, transport, and deposition model known as SedNet has been applied to two sub-catchments of the Mae Chaem River in Thailand, the Mae Suk (95 km2) and the Mae Kong Kha (91 km2). The applied models were analysed to determine the dominant sources and sinks of suspended sediment in these catchments, and to examine the uncertainty in model inputs and results. Two landuse grids were available for these catchments; one in 1995 was derived from satellite imagery and contained a...[Show more]
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