Dami Eyelade

Dami Eyelade
University of California, Santa Barbara | UCSB

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The SLEUTH model provides a framework for understanding land use evolution around urban areas. Calibration of SLEUTH’s behavioral coefficients can be impacted by scale and nonlinear transitions due to the SLEUTH land use deltatron module’s assumption of linear Markov change probabilities. This study attempted to establish what spatial resolution an...
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Flood maps are needed for emergency response, research, and planning. The Height Above Nearest Drainage (HAND) technique is a low-complexity, terrain-based approach for inundation mapping using elevation data, discharge–height relationships, and streamflow inputs. The recent operational capacities of the NOAA National Water Model (NWM) and preproce...
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Real‐time flood inundation mapping is vital for emergency response to help protect life and property. Inundation mapping transforms rainfall forecasts into meaningful spatial information that can be utilized before, during, and after disasters. While inundation mapping has traditionally been conducted on a local scale, automated algorithms using to...
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Flood maps are needed for emergency response, research, and planning. The Height Above Nearest Drainage (HAND) technique is a low-complexity, terrain-based approach for inundation mapping using elevation data, discharge–height relationships, and streamflow inputs. The recent operational capacities of the NOAA National Water Model (NWM) and preproce...
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Synthetic rating curves (SRCs) need to accurately convert discharge to depth to produce realistic inundation maps using the height above nearest drainage (HAND) method. A generalized framework is created to assess the accuracy of SRCs against validated rating curves. Additionally, potential corrections to the SRCs are proposed to improve performanc...

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