MinEL

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MinELMinimum Elevation (water reservoir, flow)
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After fill sinks, minimum elevation of the ASTER DEM is increased from 508 m to 509 m, for the SRTM DEM the minimum elevation is raised from 513 m to 514 m.
This approach includes minimum elevation data standards for all engineering updates and varies the level of precision and detail of the elevation data and engineering analyses based on the flood risks.
Hence, the maximum and minimum elevation values within the bounds of a cell are not available within the respective IfSAR DTM cell.
I also use ANOVA to determine whether minimum elevation requirements differ between groups of species present on one, two, three, four, and five of the major islands.
The maximum elevation is 1640 m and the minimum elevation Above Sae Level (ASL) is 1510 m (Mojiri, 2010), The climate of the zone using the De Martonne and Gowsen methods is dry and semi-desert, respectively (Mojiri et al.
Minimum elevation figures, HIWAS information and airport lighting information
A third dam, the Ambuklao was shut down even before the drought, but the 100 megawatt Binga and the Magat continues to operate even with its water levels teetering on minimum elevation with several months more left before the onset of the rainy season by June.
In place of the faint minimum elevation figures (MEFs) on sectional charts that provide 100-300 feet of obstacle clearance for each quadrangle, the Jepp charts publish a Minimum Grid Area Altitudes that represent 1000 or 2000 feet above terrain and obstacles.
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).
At the federal level, the Federal Emergency Management Agency began the National Flood Insurance Program in 1968, in which participating counties adopt minimum elevation standards designed to reduce damage from storms in flood-prone areas.
The vineyards in this area are some of the highest in Washington, and the minimum elevation proposed for the Rattlesnake Hills AVA is 850 feet, while the highest vineyard on Elephant Mountain lies at 1,600 feet.
It has a five-foot minimum elevation for less interruption by rain and is environmentally designed to be watered with recycled water.
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