Measuring the magnitude and direction of local waterflow is very important to know the movement trends of the water mass at the site, as well as its interaction with sediments. Once the possible volumes of sediment movement have been defined with this study and mathematical calculations, we can approximate the behavior of littoral hauling.
Bathymetry is a primary material for any project related to aquatic ranges such as: rivers, lakes, lagoons, oceans, canals, etc. We can understand the morphology of a specific area and then start with aquatic engineering studies. Bathymetric plans can be combined with LIDAR data to display a single plan, making it a complete visualization.