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pfdf 1.0.0

pfdf: A Python library to facilitate post-wildfire debris-flow hazard assessments and research. This release provides the core functionality needed to implement operational hazard assessments. This includes tools to: * Analyze watersheds * Delineate and filter stream segment networks * Compute earth-system variables for stream segments in a network * Assess debris-flow probabilities using the mo

digger: A python package for D-Claw model inputs

Digger is a python package that provides a number of pre- and post-processing tools for working with the D-Claw model.


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

REGOLITH--A Fortran 95 program for estimating soil mantle thickness in a digital landscape for landslide and debris-flow hazard assessment

The computer program REGOLITH is a Fortran program designed for estimating soil thickness over a digital landscape. The program implements various published empirical and process-based models for soil thickness. This command-line program is used in conjunction with Python scripts to prepare input files and automate certain steps.


gfail_lifelines is a package for estimating lifeline impacts caused by earthquake-triggered ground failure. It currently contains one module, gfroads, that combines the USGS earthquake-triggered landslide model (the Nowicki Jessee et al. 2017 model) estimates of areal coverage with Open Street Map roads to estimate the probability of a given road segment being affected.


lsforce is a Python-based single-force seismic inversion framework for massive landslides.


This software is for calculating earthquake-induced ground failure hazard (i.e., landslide and liquefaction). These models are intended for regional or global scale applications, and are intended to be distributed in near-real-time, triggered by the Shakemaps.


Software for tracking rainfall thresholds for landslide and debris-flow occurrence, user manual.


mLS is a function that estimates the landslide magnitude (mLS) from cutoff (smallest area that follows power law), beta (power-law exponent), and an array of areas derived from a landslide inventory following the methods of Tanyas and others (in prep). The function plots the best power-law fit for the medium and large landslides and the frequency-area distribution of the analyzed inventory. It als

Thresh - Software for Tracking Rainfall Thresholds for Landslide and Debris Flow Occurrence, Code Repository

The precipitation tracking program, thresh, is a Fortran program designed for computing various measures of precipitation for comparison against established or trial thresholds for landslide occurrence. The program computes cumulative precipitation and precipitation intensity and duration and compares them to thresholds to identify periods of threshold exceedance for use in landslide early warning

Serial and parallel versions of the Transient Rainfall Infiltration and Grid-Based Regional Slope-Stability Model (TRIGRS)

The Transient Rainfall Infiltration and Grid-Based Regional Slope-Stability Model (TRIGRS) is a Fortran program designed for modeling the timing and distribution of shallow, rainfall-induced landslides. The program computes transient pore-pressure changes, and attendant changes in the factor of safety, due to rainfall infiltration. The program models rainfall infiltration, resulting from storms th