Fig. 1 Locations of study areas (three watersheds for channel width measurements (a)~(c) and one watershed for swat model application (d))
Fig. 2 Landuse Maps for study areas
Fig. 3 Landuse, Soil and Watershed Maps for Ju-cheon watershed
Fig. 4 Measurement method of channel and floodplain widths using satellite image
Fig. 5 Comparison of current and newly developed regression equations for estimating (a) channel and (b) floodplain widths
Fig. 6 Comparison of (a) bankfull width and (b) floodplain width estimated by the current and newly developed regression equations for Jucheon watershed
Fig. 7 Comparison of (a) water depth and (b) flow velocity estimated by current and newly developed regression equations for Ju-cheon watershed
Fig. 8 Comparison of suspended solid estimated by current and newly developed regression equations for Ju-cheon watershed
Table 1 Analysis landuse at study areas
Table 2 Analysis slope at study areas
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