USGS software for landslide assessments and modeling


Scoops3D

Scoops3D is software to analyze three-dimensional slope stability throughout a digital landscape.

Scoops3D and Scoops3D-i (recommended)

Includes Scoops3D, Scoops3D-i, and Scoops3D manual

Scoops3D examples

Includes Scoops3D examples described in Chapter 7 of the Scoops3D manual

Scoops3D executable code (version 1.1)

Compiled code for Scoops3D for use at command line. Does not include Scoops3D-i

Scoops3D source code (version 1.1)

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SLAMMER

SLAMMER is a Java program that facilitates performing a variety of sliding-block analyses to evaluate seismic slope performance

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TRIGRS

A Fortran-90 Computer program for time-dependent slope stability in response to rainfall infiltration.

Download TRIGRS software - USGS ScienceBase-Catalog
For updates, see TRIGRS source code repository on github

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PTCOUNT

A Fortran-77 Computer Program to Calculate the Areal Distribution of Mapped Data Points Using Count-Circle Methodology

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JanbuGS, BishopGS, and FelleniusGS

Fortran-77 programs for limit-equilibrium slope-stability analysis

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