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ADI.m
BoundaryMat.m
ColorShade.m
DrainageArea.m
DrawPlot.m
FT.m
LICENSE
Landslide.m
MarkChannels.m
NKWE.m
ParabolicRidge.m
README.md
RedNoise.m
SetUpADI.m
SetUpPlot.m
Shade.m
Snapshot.m
Source.m
Tadpole.m
TadpoleFinalize.m
TadpoleInitialize.m
TadpoleMovie.m
TadpoleRun.m
Update.m
Uplift.m
UpwindSlope.m
curvn.m
mexD8.c
mexD8.mexmaci64
mexD8.mexw64
mexDinf.c
mexDinf.mexmaci64
mexDinf.mexw64
mexDms.c
mexDms.mexmaci64
mexDms.mexw64
mexGetMats.c
mexGetMats.mexmaci64
mexGetMats.mexw64
mexLandslide.c
mexLandslide.mexmaci64
mexLandslide.mexw64
mexSlope.c
mexSlope.mexmaci64
mexSlope.mexw64

README.md

Tadpole

MIT landscape evolution model

Tadpole is a simple landscape evolution model that runs in MATLAB. The current version will run in 64-bit Mac OS X or Windows. To get started, copy one of the scripts from the Tadpole/examples directory into Tadpole/ and run it from there.

If you use Tadpole for work that results in a publication, please acknowledge Tadpole in the text and cite one or more of the following papers, as appropriate:

Perron, J.T., W.E. Dietrich and J.W. Kirchner (2008), Controls on the spacing of first-order valleys. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113, F04016, doi: 10.1029/2007JF000977.

Perron, J.T., J.W. Kirchner and W.E. Dietrich (2009), Formation of evenly spaced ridges and valleys. Nature, 460, 502–505, doi: 10.1038/nature08174.

Perron, J.T., P.W. Richardson, K.L. Ferrier, and M. Lapôtre (2012), The root of branching river networks. Nature, 492, 100–103, doi: 10.1038/nature11672.

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