Some publications related to the 'Infinite slope' model.
ASKRINEJAD A, CASINI F, BISCHOF P, BECK A, Springman SM (2012). Rainfall induced instabilities: a field experiment on a silty sand slope in northern Switzerland. RIVISTA ITALIANA DI GEOTECNICA, vol. 3/12, p. 50-71, ISSN: 0557-1405.
COUSENS, R. (1985), A simple model relating yield loss to weed density. Annals of Applied Biology, 107: 239–252. doi: 10.1111/j.1744-7348.1985.tb01567.x.
DIETRICH, William E., et al. A process‐based model for colluvial soil depth and shallow landsliding using digital elevation data. Hydrological processes, 1995, 9.3‐4: 383-400.
DI MAIO C., VIGGIANI C. (1987). Influence of intermittent rainfall on effectiveness of trench drains. Proc. IX ECSMFE, Dublin, 1, 149-152.
EICHENBERGER, J., FERRARI, A., LALOUI, L. (2013), Early warning thresholds for partially saturated slopes in volcanic ashes, Computers and Geotechnics, 79-89.
HADJ-HAMOU T., KAVAZANJIAN E. Jr. , Seismic stability of gentle infinite slopes, Journal of Geotechnical Engineering Division, ASCE, vol.111, No.6.
HAEFELI, R. (1948) The stability of slopes acted upon by parallel seepage. Proc. 2nd Int. Conf on Soil Mechanics, Rotterdam 1, 57–62.
HUTCHINSON J.N. (1977). Assessment of the effectiveness of corrective measures in relation to geological conditions and types of slope movements. Bull. Int. Assoc. Eng. Geol., 16, 131-155, Krefeld.
IVERSON, Richard M., et al. Landslide triggering by rain infiltration. Water Resources Research, 2000, 36.7: 1897-1910.
LAMBE T.W., WHITMAN R.V. , Soil Mechanics, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.
LU, N., and J. Godt (2008), Infinite slope stability under steady unsaturated seepage conditions, Water Resour. Res., 44, W11404, doi:10.1029/2008WR006976.
MALVICK, Erik J., et al. Shear localization due to liquefaction-induced void redistribution in a layered infinite slope. Journal of geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering, 2006, 132.10: 1293-1303.
MELLO, Ulisses T.; PRATSON, Lincoln F. Regional slope stability and slope-failure mechanics from the two-dimensional state of stress in an infinite slope. Marine Geology, 1999, 154.1: 339-356.
SKEMPTON, A.W., DE LORY, F.A. (1957). Stability of Natural Slopes in London Clay. Geotechnical Engineering for the Preservation of Monuments and Historical Sites; Proc., 4th Int.Conf. Soil Mech. Found. Eng. 2, p°378-381, London.
PACK, R. T.; TARBOTON, D. G.; GOODWIN, C. N. The SINMAP approach to terrain stability mapping. In: 8th congress of the international association of engineering geology, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 1998. p. 21-25.
PRIOR, David B.; SUHAYDA, Joseph N. Application of infinite slope analysis to subaqueous sediment instability, Mississippi Delta. Engineering Geology, 1979, 14.1: 1-10.
VANACKER, Veerle, et al. Linking hydrological, infinite slope stability and land-use change models through GIS for assessing the impact of deforestation on slope stability in high Andean watersheds. Geomorphology, 2003, 52.3: 299-315.
WU, W., and SIDLE, R. C. (1995), A Distributed Slope Stability Model for Steep Forested Basins, Water Resour. Res., 31(8), 2097–2110, doi:10.1029/95WR01136.
YOSHIMINE, Mitsutoshi, et al. Flow deformation of liquefied sand under constant shear load and its application to analysis of flow slide of infinite slope. Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 2006, 26.2: 253-264.