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Published September 13, 2022 | Version v0.7
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LSDtopotools/LSDTopoTools2: LSDTopoTools2 v0.7

  • 1. University of Edinburgh
  • 2. Durham University
  • 3. Queen Mary University of London
  • 4. GFZ - Potsdam
  • 5. University of Glasgow
  • 6. British Geological Survey
  • 7. University of Minnesota, Department of Earth Science
  • 8. University of Colorado


This is LSDTopoTools2 version 0.7. This includes a number of improvements to the valley width extraction algorithms including those used in the paper This release has a new dependency on the OpenCV library. The programs will compile without this library but the valley metrics component will only compile with OpenCV. This version removed dependency on the Point Cloud Library. It also includes updated functionality for the cosmogenic tools, so the analyses from the CAIRN (Mudd et al 2016) method are streamlined.



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