Monitoring Urban Floods Using Remote Sensing: Assignment 1
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Which of the following data are useful for monitoring urban flooding? *
10 points
GPM IMERG data provides rainfall at this resolution: *
10 points
SRTM elevation data are only available over the U.S. *
10 points
This is the highest spatial resolution that Landsat-based Global Impervious Surface data can be downloaded at: *
10 points
SRTM elevation data can be easily downloaded by using the Giovanni tool. *
10 points
MODIS flood maps have a higher spatial resolution than GFMS flood maps. *
10 points
MODIS flood maps have a higher temporal resolution than GFMS flood maps. *
10 points
Landsat GMIS and SRTM elevation are available in near real-time. *
10 points
GEOS-5 provides weather and forecast data. *
10 points
This sensor has day and night bands that can help monitor power outages: *
10 points
Soil moisture information is not relevant for urban flooding. *
10 points
One major advantages of SAR is that: *
10 points
LIDAR is an active remote sensing instrument. *
10 points
LIDAR can provide this information for urban flood management: *
10 points
Once we start using remote sensing data there is no need for on site measurements in urban areas. *
10 points
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