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Kumul94

Weighted Overlay on ArcGIS to create Liquefaction Potential Zonation Map

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I am doing a Project on Liquefaction Potential Zonation due to Earthquake Hazard in Papua New guinea. I am in the process of writing my project proposal.

I will integrate 5 thematic layers (Soil available water holding capacity, Soil texture, Soil Drainage, Fault Line buffer, and Rock Structure).

Will it be okay for me to use weighted overlay in ArcGIS to create the final output map (i.e. Liquefaction Potential Zonation Map)?

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