These tools help you model the flow of water across a surface.
Fills sinks in a surface raster to remove small imperfections in the data.
Creates a raster of accumulated flow into each cell.
Calculates the direction of flow from each cell to its downslope neighbor or neighbors using the D8, D-Infinity (DINF), or Multiple Flow Direction (MFD) method.
Computes, for each cell, the horizontal or vertical component of downslope distance, following the flow paths, to cells on a stream into which they flow. In case of multiple flow paths, minimum, weighted mean, or maximum flow distance can be computed.
Assigns unique values to sections of a raster linear network between intersections.
Determines the contributing area above a set of cells in a raster.