Lawrence W. Martz
Lawrence W. Martz
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Digital elevation model grid size, landscape representation, and hydrologic simulations
W Zhang, DR Montgomery
Water resources research 30 (4), 1019-1028, 1994
9911994
Numerical definition of drainage network and subcatchment areas from digital elevation models
LW Martz, J Garbrecht
Computers & Geosciences 18 (6), 747-761, 1992
5371992
The assignment of drainage direction over flat surfaces in raster digital elevation models
J Garbrecht, LW Martz
Journal of hydrology 193 (1-4), 204-213, 1997
4751997
The treatment of flat areas and depressions in automated drainage analysis of raster digital elevation models
LW Martz, J Garbrecht
Hydrological processes 12 (6), 843-855, 1998
3581998
CATCH: A FORTRAN program for measuring catchment area from digital elevation models
LW Martz, E De Jong
Computers & Geosciences 14 (5), 627-640, 1988
3091988
An outlet breaching algorithm for the treatment of closed depressions in a raster DEM
LW Martz, J Garbrecht
Computers & Geosciences 25 (7), 835-844, 1999
2361999
Digital elevation model issues in water resources modeling
J Garbrecht, LW Martz
Hydrologic and hydraulic modeling support with geographic information …, 2000
2292000
TOPAZ: An automated digital landscape analysis tool for topographic evaluation, drainage identification, watershed segmentation, and subcatchment parameterization: Overview
J Garbrecht, LW Martz
ARS-NAWQL, 95-1, 1997
2121997
Multisensor hydrologic assessment of a freshwater wetland
J Töyrä, A Pietroniro, LW Martz
Remote sensing of Environment 75 (2), 162-173, 2001
1602001
Using Cesium-137 to assess the variability of net soil erosion and its association with topography in a Canadian prairie landscape
LW Martz, E De Jong
Catena 14 (5), 439-451, 1987
1531987
AUTOMATED EXTRACTION OF DRAINAGE NETWORK AND WATERSHED DATA FROM DIGITAL ELEVATION MODELS1
LW Martz, J Garbrecht
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 29 (6), 901-908, 1993
1421993
Grid size dependency of parameters extracted from digital elevation models
J Garbrecht, L Martz
Computers & Geosciences 20 (1), 85-87, 1994
1401994
The fill–spill hydrology of prairie wetland complexes during drought and deluge
DA Shaw, G Vanderkamp, FM Conly, A Pietroniro, L Martz
Hydrological Processes 26 (20), 3147-3156, 2012
1332012
A multi‐sensor approach to wetland flood monitoring
J Töyrä, A Pietroniro, LW Martz, TD Prowse
Hydrological processes 16 (8), 1569-1581, 2002
1152002
Automated recognition of valley lines and drainage networks from grid digital elevation models: a review and a new method. Comment
LW Martz, J Garbrecht
Journal of hydrology (Amsterdam) 167 (1-4), 393-396, 1995
1061995
Using digital terrain analysis modeling techniques for the parameterization of a hydrologic model
MP Lacroix, LW Martz, GW Kite, J Garbrecht
Environmental Modelling & Software 17 (2), 125-134, 2002
1002002
Using cesium-137 and landform classification to develop a net soil erosion budget for a small Canadian prairie watershed
LW Martz, E de Jong
Catena 18 (3-4), 289-308, 1991
781991
An investigation of the spatial association between snow depth and topography in a Prairie agricultural landscape using digital terrain analysis
DR Lapena, LW Martz
Journal of Hydrology 184 (3-4), 277-298, 1996
731996
Topographic parameterization in continental hydrology: a study in scale
RN Armstrong, LW Martz
Hydrological Processes 17 (18), 3763-3781, 2003
702003
NETWORK AND SUBWATERSHED PARAMETERS EXTRACTED FROM DIGITAL ELEVATION MODELS: THE BILLS CREEK EXPERIENCE1
J Garbrecht, LW Martz
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 29 (6), 909-916, 1993
661993
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