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I was going to say this has already been done, but @juturna and @owenboswarva beat me to it. If you do want to go ahead and do this your own way, it sounds like geocoding is the way forward. There should be enough here and here to get you started.


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GIS software is useful for tasks related to the geometrical aspects of runoff modeling, but not the hydraulic or hydrodynanic aspects. So you can use GIS software to create/process your DEM and to extract basin boundaries, flow lines, accumulation, etc. Even though these characteristics affect flow, they are essentially just geometric (static) properties of ...


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I beleive the problem is with ArcGIS "HEC-GeoHMS uses ArcGIS and the Spatial Analyst extension to develop a number of hydrologic modeling inputs for the Hydrologic Engineering Center's Hydrologic Modeling System, HEC-HMS. ArcGIS and its Spatial Analyst extension are available from the Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI)." I don't use ...


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Not sure how you are accessing GRASS, but the documentation reads to me like this is an Addon. I just went to the command line typed "g.extension" and a window popped up that I linked to the source page (https://svn.osgeo.org/grass/grass-addons/grass7/raster/) and put in the addon name (r.stream.order)... and it did its thing... hopefully that does it for ...


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There is a difference, and I recommend the typology presented by Lindsay (2015) be used. Lindsay (2015) presents a typology which defines a pit as a single cell in a DEM whose elevation is below that of the surrounding cells and a depression as a region of cells which drain inwards to a pit. This is consistent with the definitions used by O'Callaghan and ...


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It depends on what coordinate system you're using. If you are using a projected coordinate system (with units in meters or feet), you can use the field calculator (use the Python parser) with this expression: math.hypot(!SHAPE!.firstPoint.X-!SHAPE!.lastPoint.X, !SHAPE!.firstPoint.Y-!SHAPE!.lastPoint.Y) Or if you want distance on the earth's ...


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You can use Feature Vertices to Points tool with the option to put the points at the Start and End of the line. Then use the Near tool or the Point Distance tool, this will then give you the linear distance between the end and start point. This can be added to a model to automate it. ...



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