Both primary and secondary data sources were used to make comprehensive land use maps, population maps, and hydro-climatic data analyses. The boundary of the Imus River watershed was established using a digital elevation model of the province of Cavite in ArcGIS. Sangley Point Synoptic Station in Cavite and the CvSU-PAGASA Agrometeorological Station in Indang were used to assess the general hydro-climatic condition of IRW due to their close proximity to the watershed.
ASEANO Primer: Mapping and Characterization of the Imus River Watershed
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