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Comparative study of approaches to bathymetry detection in Nasser/Nubia Lake using multispectral SPOT-6 satellite imagery
Authors: Hassan Mohamed, Abdelazim Negm, Kazuo Nadaoka, Tarek Abdelaziz, and Mohamed Elsahabi
Year: 2017
Keywords: bagging; bathymetry; Lake Nasser/Nubia; SPOT images
Journal: —45— Hydrological Research Letters
Volume: 10
Issue: 1
Pages: 45-50
Publisher: Not Available
Local/International: International
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Collecting and analysing bathymetric information is essential for lake management. This is particularly true regarding Lake Nasser/Nubia in Egypt, where accumulated sediment in the lake must be examined. This is typically accomplished through field measurements, which are time consuming and costly. However, remotely sensed imagery provides wide coverage, low cost, and time-saving solutions for bathymetric measurements, especially in shallow areas with high erosion or sediment accumulation, such as at the entrance of Lake Nasser/Nubia. In this study, bagging (Bag) and least square boosting (LSB) fitting algorithms that use reflectance of green and red band logarithms, green/red band logarithms ratio, and blue/red band logarithms ratio are pro- posed for bathymetry detection. For validation, the proposed approaches were compared with the ratio method (RM) and neural network (NN) conventional methods. Bathymetric data obtained from all methods using SPOT-6 imagery were evaluated by means of global positioning system (GPS) and echo sounder data field measurements. The Bag ensemble outperformed all methods with 0.85 m RMSE, whereas RM, LSB, and NN yielded 1.03, 0.99, and 0.97 m respectively. The results showed that the proposed approaches outper - form and are more accurate than RM conventional method and the Bag approach is more accurate than the NN model when applied over shallow water depths of up to 6.5 m.

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