220.127.116.11 Example 4
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||146°1'54" East, 34°16'31" South,
- Town Rural Storage Reservoirs may be differentiated from Flood Irrigation Storage by their proximity to populated places and it's surrounding landscape use.
- Flood Irrigation Storage typically occurs in low lying areas of intensive agricultural production of cotton and rice.
- Flood Irrigation Storage Reservoirs are typically abutting large fields of intensive agriculture.
- Dam Walls can be constructed from both concrete, stone and earthen materials. Each will display a different signature on multispectral imagery.
- Dam Walls may enclose the partial boundary of the Reservoir or its entirety depending on the topography and method of construction of the Reservoir.
|Figure: 18.104.22.168 Representation of a Reservoir in association with surrounding features.
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