MI-66 Colorado Rockfall Simulation Program, Version 4.0


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Citation: Jones, Christopher L., Jerry D. Higgins, and Richard D. Andrew. “MI-66 Colorado Rockfall Simulation Program, Version 4.0.” Rockfall Simulation Program. Miscellaneous MI-66. Denver, CO: Colorado Geological Survey, Department of Natural Resources, March 2000.


The Colorado Rockfall Simulation Program (CRSP) was developed to model rockfall behavior and provide a statistical analysis of probable rockfall events at any given site. Version 4.0 is used for Windows 95, 98, and NT systems and includes: introduction, previous work and background, methods, results, discussion of results, conclusions, recommendations, use of the CRSP program, references, appendix. 61 figures. 8 tables. Digital ZIP download. 127 pages. MI-66D

Tips for working with Windows 7:

1.  When installing try right clicking and choosing “Run as Administrator”

2.  When using the installed .exe, right click on the .exe and choose “properties”, then choose the “Compatibility” tab, then click the tabs “Run this program in compatibility mode for: Windows XP (Service Pack 3)”, and also choose the “Run this program as an Administrator”. You should only have to do this once and from then on you will only need to double click on the CRSP icon.

Aside from these suggestions we offer no further support, which is why we are now making it free. We realize that while this is still a useful program, it’s reaching the end of its Windows operating system life-cycle.