|Dec19-11, 08:10 AM||#1|
isochrone maps - are they widely available?
I need isochrone maps for a water contamination analysis. Does anyone know if these are widely available? A quick google search hasn't given me much, just information on what they are.
I could use the rational method to calculate the runoff instead, but I would rather the time-area method, for which I need the isochrone maps.
Ideally I would like to calculate the amount of runoff going into the river at different points along it.
|Dec19-11, 10:56 AM||#2|
Would these be for the Sahara Desert?
I am, of course guessing from your time of posting and therefore your probable time zone, in the absence of better information.
|Dec19-11, 06:32 PM||#3|
From our EPA, this seems to deal with runoff calculations into rivers and lakes. I am not sure if this will be useful or not...
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