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Digital surface, terrain, and canopy height models for the Bannock Creek unit of Boise Basin Experimental Forest in 2007

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
The data publication contains 1 meter raster data sets for three different digital elevation models (DEM) for the Bannock Creek unit of the Boise Basin Experimental Forest in south central Idaho in November 2007. The first is a digital terrain model (DTM), which is the ground surface with all vegetation and human-made structures removed. The second is a digital surface model (DSM), which includes all vegetation and human-made structures.

Digital surface, terrain, and canopy height models for a portion of the Black Hills Experimental Forest in 2002

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
The data publication contains 1 meter raster data sets for three different digital elevation models (DEM) for a portion of the Black Hills Experimental Forest in South Dakota in 2002. The first is a digital terrain model (DTM), which is the ground surface with all vegetation and human-made structures removed. The second is a digital surface model (DSM), which includes all vegetation and human-made structures.

Digital surface, terrain, and canopy height models for Priest River Experimental Forest in 2002

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
The data publication contains 1 meter raster data sets for three different digital elevation models (DEM) for the Priest River Experimental Forest in north Idaho in 2002. The first is a digital terrain model (DTM), which is the ground surface with all vegetation and human-made structures removed. The second is a digital surface model (DSM), which includes all vegetation and human-made structures.

RxCADRE 2008, 2011, and 2012: Lidar data and derived raster products

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
This data package contains raw lidar data and derived raster products from the 2008, 2011, and 2012 Prescribed Fire Combustion and Atmospheric Dynamics Research Experiment (RxCADRE). Data include LAZ lidar files and derived rasters including terrain, canopy height, mean intensity surfaces, as well as percent canopy cover.

The prediction of shallow landslide location and size using a multidimensional landslide analysis in a digital terrain model

Publications Posted on: May 12, 2009
Shallow landslides on steep slopes often mobilize as debris flows. The size of the landslide controls the initial size of the debris flows, defines the sediment discharge to the channel network, affects rates and scales of landform development, and influences the relative hazard potential. Currently the common practice in digital terrain-based models is to set the landslide size equal to an arbitrarily chosen grid cell dimension.