(area-altitude) analysis of erosional topography.
curve is a normalized cumulative frequency distribution of elevation (Strahler, 1964).
The parameter R2 is coefficient of determination of the hypsometric
diagram (Figure 13B).
3 Table 7: Result of Hypsometric
Integration calculation for Talkheh Rud sub- basins.
control on surface and subsurface runoff.
Systematic morphometric study including drainage; altimetric; hypsometric
and lineament analyses was carried out and the results are discussed.
Elevation - Relief Ratio, Hypsometric
Integral and Geomorphic Area - Altitude Analysis.
Q4: Are there predefined 1 1 0 0 color hypsometric
curve represents the distribution of area and altitude within the selected basins (Strahler, 1952).
1978: Statistical moments of the hypsometric
curve and its density function.
Vines are present in many landscapes of the country and hypsometric
range of their spread is extensive, starting from sea level and ending with 1,200 (1340) meter elevations.
Comparison between hypsometric
curves, slope classes and SPOT satellite image interpretation (coloured image composition, image classification, vegetation index) showed Wang Jia to be representative of the Kelang mountainous area.
(area-altitude) analysis of erosional topography, Geological Society of America, Bulletin, vol.
6) are imaged on a hypsometric
surface made on the basis of high resolution radar images (SRTM 30 m x 30 m).
00, as the mean elevation minus the minimum elevation can approach the relative relief value but never equal it; indeed, Pike & Wilson (1971) demonstrated that the elevation-relief ratio is mathematically analogous to the more complex hypsometric
integral of Strahler (1952).