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photo of David Hall   David E. Hall
  IT Specialist, Application Software
  USDA Forest Service
  Rocky Mountain Research Station
  1221 South Main Street
  Moscow, ID 83843
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David is the primary programmer creating the FS WEPP interfaces to the WEPP (soil erosion and sediment transport) computer program. FS WEPP includes FuME, ERMiT, WEPP:Road, Disturbed WEPP, and Rock:Clime.

In past years, David worked primarily in developing slope stability simulation computer models and was one of three coordinators in developing the three-volume Slope Stability Reference Guide for National Forests in the United States. He has been involved in programming all three levels of analysis:

  • Level I--LISA (Level I Stability Analysis) and DLISA,
  • Level II--SARA (Stability Analysis for Road Access) and DSARA, and
  • Level III--STABL3FW (the technology of which went into XSTABL)


Professional affiliations:
  • Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)


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