Evaluation of Rainfall-Runoff Relationship of Hemren Basin by Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques
Knowledge of surface runoff is most important and limitation for protecting any existing hydraulic structure and designing. Direct measurement of runoff is the accurate way of measurement but in most it is not possible at desired time and location, thus use of hydrological model for estimating runoff depth has become increasingly popular. Ungaged basins pose a challenge to hydrological studies as they lack both calibration and validation data for the use of land surface models. Therefore, in this paper has been used satellite data to describe the aspects attributes of the basin for a hydrological perspective.