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20 April 2016
Another set of high quality aerial images of several of the landslides triggered by the Kumamoto earthquakes in Japan, as photographed by Asia Air Survey
19 April 2016
Drone footage and high quality images are now becoming available of the Kumamoto Earthquake landslides in Japan. In some cases the landslides appear to be remarkable.
18 April 2016
The Kumamoto earthquake in Japan appears to have triggered a large number of landslides. This post provides some images of some of the larger landslides
10 February 2016
Early on Monday morning six people were killed in a rockslide at Fude village in southern China.
8 February 2016
The recent Taiwan earthquake and the Samarco tailings dam failure both illustrate the critical role of individual responsibility in disaster risk reduction
11 January 2016
In the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake, a small number of mass ejection landslides have been described. Strangely, these have never been observed elsewhere.
23 December 2015
I have pulled together a series of videos showing the Shenzhen landslide in Guangdong, China, and its aftermath.
22 December 2015
It is now clear that the Guangdong landslide was a flowslide from a huge pile of construction waste in a quarry about the industrial park.
12 December 2015
Two dramatic landslides appeared on Youtube this week, a huge rockfall from Manali in India and a landslide destroying houses in Congjiang, China
16 November 2015
On Friday night the Lidong Village landslide in Zhejiang Province, China killed at least 25 people.