Accessing and Visualizing Multi-Sectoral Data in a Spatial Context

Many decisions in a watershed or a river/lake basin are hampered by availability of adequate information. For example, which are the erosion hotspots in a watershed? What is the flow at various points in a basin? Which areas are susceptible to floods and droughts? What impact do upstream land use changes or future climate scenarios have on its hydrology? Answering these questions requires access to a range of multi-sectoral data that impacts multi-sectoral decisions in the basin context.

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i cant download the video but I listened to it, very interesting


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Jesús Manuel

Submitted 11:11 am, March 13, 2017

liked and shared,great info.

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