Bedrock exposure, canopy density, and runoff generation in the Rampart Range, CO 2018

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This 2018 airborne lidar dataset was collected by NCALM for the NSF-funded project, "Topographic response to the transition from snowmelt- to rainfall- triggered extremes". This study uses lidar data to characterize hillslope and river network properties to understand how rainstorm and snowmelt runoff drive large floods, erosion, and the long-term evolution of landscapes. The survey area is located northwest of Colorado Springs, CO and covers approximately 557 km2.

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