%0 Journal Article
	%A Le Xuan Cau
	%D 2016
	%J International Journal of Geological and Environmental Engineering
	%B World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
	%I Open Science Index 109, 2016
	%T Development of Map of Gridded Basin Flash Flood Potential Index: GBFFPI Map of QuangNam, QuangNgai, DaNang, Hue Provinces
	%U https://publications.waset.org/pdf/10003411
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	%X Flash flood is occurred in short time rainfall interval:
from 1 hour to 12 hours in small and medium basins. Flash floods
typically have two characteristics: large water flow and big flow
velocity. Flash flood is occurred at hill valley site (strip of lowland of
terrain) in a catchment with large enough distribution area, steep
basin slope, and heavy rainfall. The risk of flash floods is determined
through Gridded Basin Flash Flood Potential Index (GBFFPI). Flash
Flood Potential Index (FFPI) is determined through terrain slope
flash flood index, soil erosion flash flood index, land cover flash
floods index, land use flash flood index, rainfall flash flood index.
Determining GBFFPI, each cell in a map can be considered as outlet
of a water accumulation basin. GBFFPI of the cell is determined as
basin average value of FFPI of the corresponding water accumulation
basin. Based on GIS, a tool is developed to compute GBFFPI using
ArcObjects SDK for .NET. The maps of GBFFPI are built in two
types: GBFFPI including rainfall flash flood index (real time flash
flood warning) or GBFFPI excluding rainfall flash flood index.
GBFFPI Tool can be used to determine a high flash flood potential
site in a large region as quick as possible. The GBFFPI is improved
from conventional FFPI. The advantage of GBFFPI is that GBFFPI is
taking into account the basin response (interaction of cells) and
determines more true flash flood site (strip of lowland of terrain)
while conventional FFPI is taking into account single cell and does
not consider the interaction between cells. The GBFFPI Map of
QuangNam, QuangNgai, DaNang, Hue is built and exported to
Google Earth. The obtained map proves scientific basis of GBFFPI.
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