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GIS, Maps, and Cartography at › GIS Lounge The Open Source Analysis of Competing Hypotheses Project Multicriteria analysis to study erosion risk using ArcGIS Today we are going to study the erosion risk of a terrain. With multicriteria analysis we are going to analyse the slope as well as its proximity to rivers. We will follow these 3 steps: 1. 2. 3. 1. We need a DTM raster layer. First of all we are going to use the Slope tool: Spatial Analyst Tools > Surface > Slope Now, the problem is that we have data in a different scale. Therefore we will reclassify it in 4 degrees according to its gradient, being the highest number the one of biggest inclination. Spatial Analyst Tools > Reclass > Reclassify First, click Classify in order to fix the classes and define the break values. Click OK and you return to the previous window where we will value the areas with highest inclination with a bigger number. 2. We need to obtain the river basins. Spatial Analyst Tools > Hidrology > Flow accumulation Next, with the generated raster we select: TRICK: Going back to classify inside reclassify, we can observe the graphic and find the accumulation value of the river.
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