Posted Thu, 30 Jan 2014 18:43:27 GMT by Sujit Jha CESE, Research Scholar
Dear all,

I don't have Bathymetry dat for my study area, but I have DEM of 2m resolution. Can I use DEM instead of Bathymetry ?

Thanks in advance,

Posted Thu, 30 Jan 2014 20:21:59 GMT by Chto
Dear sumit,

the source, where your elevation data comes from, doesn't matter. You have to convert your data into a dfs2 - File with elevations.
MIKE21 offers a possibility to convert ASCII Grids (ESRI ASCII GRIDS) into MIKE21 - dfs2 - Files with the MIKEZERO - Toolbox.

Otherwise you can create DEM directly in MIKE with the Bathymetry - Editor - please refer to the MIKEZERO Online Help.

Bests Christian
Posted Fri, 04 Apr 2014 03:00:43 GMT by M.M.M. Moufar
Dear all..
I m Moufar, fairly new in using MIKE 21....
I have 1 m resolution Lidar dtm data and I have converted this data in to dfs2 file using MIKE Zero Tool box ---> GIS ---> Grid2Mike . But still facing a problem in using dfs2 file... Please can any one explain how to import this dfs2 file to MIKE Zero... and how to consider the co-ordinate system in this operation..

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