Hungarian cartographer Robert Szucs has created graphic maps of watersheds across the world. His works can be found here.
Hungarian cartographer Robert Szucs has created graphic maps of watersheds across the world. Photo: Grasshopper Geography
The maps trace the route of tributaries into rivers, and rivers into the sea. Photo: Grasshopper Geography
For the hydrographic maps, he uses Strahler Stream Order Classification, which defines stream size based on hierarchy of tributaries. Photo: Grasshopper Geography
Watersheds or catchment areas are grouped together with color. Photo: Grasshopper Geography
To create the maps, Szucs used Geographic Information Systems or GIS technology. Photo: Grasshopper Geography
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