|Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS)/ Asian Water Cycle Initiative (AWCI) Korea Upper Chungju-dam Basin data
|Deg Hyo Bae
|98 Kunja-Dong, Kwangjin-Gu, Seoul, 143-747, Korea
There has been significant damages from floods and flash floods in Korea. In addition to flood control works, some other non-structural countermeasures should be considered. The study area is located at the middle-east of Korean Peninsula. It is an upper part of South Han River and the outlet is at Chungju-dam, which is the largest multi-purpose dam in South Han River basin.
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|West bound longitude
|South bound latitude
|Keyword thesaurus Name
|flood, Upper Chungju-dam, AWCI
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