Cross sections are measured locations along a branch,
where a surveyed cross section is located. This data type includes
a unique identifier, the branchID it is associated with,
and the chainage or location along the branch.
Cross sections are measured locations along a branch,
where a surveyed cross section is located. This data type includes
a unique identifier, the branchID it is associated with,
and the chainage or location along the branch.
Label of cross section - this links to the branch and also to the longitudinal profile
Geographic coordinate (Easting) of cross section
Geographic coordinate (Northing) of cross section
Coordinate of the left bank point (cross section coordinate)
Coordinate of the right bank point (cross section coordinate)
Coordinate of the thalweg point (cross section coordinate)
Elevation of the left bank point
Elevation of the right bank point
Each cross section can hold an (unlimited) umber of
X and Z point representing the surveyed location and elevation
along the cross section and two attributes describing the
resistance and mark
use this field as a notebook to add comments, suggestions
description of data entered etc.
Each cross section can hold an (unlimited) umber of
X and Z point representing the surveyed location and elevation
along the cross section and two attributes describing the
resistance and mark
cross section point distance co-ordinate
cross section point elevation
This assigns roughness to each point
in the cross section.
Indicators used to define points of interest
(i.e. thalweg, left bank)
geographical X co-ordinate
geographical Y co-ordinate