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Diandong Ren, Lance M. Leslie, Rong Fu, Robert E. Dickinson, and Xiang Xin

, the maximum attainable kinematic energy depends exponentially on the slab thickness. This explains why the spatial distribution of soil depth exerts a strong control over local landslides ( Casadei et al. 2003 ). In mountainous areas, besides the infiltrated precipitation amount, surface soil availability limits the saturated slab thickness. In initializing the maximum sliding mass thickness in SEGMENT, both the soil and vegetation maps are referenced. This applies only at the initial time level

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Amanda Markert, Robert Griffin, Kevin Knupp, Andrew Molthan, and Tim Coleman

.1175/MWR-D-18-0196.1 Marquis , J. , Y. P. Richardson , and J. M. Wurman , 2007 : Kinematic observations of misocyclones along boundaries during IHOP . Mon. Wea. Rev. , 135 , 1749 – 1768 , https://doi.org/10.1175/MWR3367.1 . 10.1175/MWR3367.1 MODIS Land Team , 2016 : Status for: Vegetation indices (MOD13). NASA, https://landval.gsfc.nasa.gov/ProductStatus.php?ProductID=MOD13 . Natarajan , D. , and H. Hangan , 2009 : A numerical study on the effects of surface roughness on tornado

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