Dataset

Multi-resolution Valley Bottom Flatness (MrVBF)

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
Gallant, John ; Dowling, Trevor ; Austin, Jenet
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Brief description

MrVBF is a topographic index designed to identify areas of deposited material at a range of scales based on the observations that valley bottoms are low and flat relative to their surroundings and that large valley bottoms are flatter than smaller ones. Zero values indicate erosional terrain with values 1 and larger indicating progressively larger areas of deposition. There is some evidence that MrVBF values correlate with depth of deposited material.

This collection includes 1 arc-second and 3 arc-second resolution versions of MrVBF.

The 3 arc-second resolution product was generated from the 1 arc-second MrVBF product and masked by the 3” water and ocean mask datasets.

Data time period: 2000-02-11 to 2000-02-22

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154,-10 154,-44 113,-44 113,-10 154,-10

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