Development of A Web based GIS Solution for Flood Inundation Mapping and Assessment in Lahore, Pakistan
Geographic information system (GIS) is a strong tool in flood hazard mapping, mitigation, and management. GIS-based approaches provide the wayforward to measure the flood inundation. Integration of web technologies with GIS (Web-GIS) is quite significant to accomplish the aim.
The outcomes of HEC-RAS are handy enough to measure, map and present the damages not only to analyst but also to the layman. The working and animated layers are shown in result section of this research.
This web-based flood inundation is robust, user-friendly, and expandable for more features, scenarios, and conditions. This research concludes that visual and web-based data is handy to understand for common person/intellectuals.
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