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13 November 2013
Back in August a video captured a mudslide striking a kennel in Kentucky. So how did the dog survive?
23 October 2013
A new paper models landslide occurrence for a large Seattle earthquake in western USA. The results suggest that the effects of landslides would be extremely serious
21 October 2013
Three men who destroyed a natural rock formation in Goblin Valley State Park, Utah justified their act of vandalism as rockfall protection. It was not.
2 October 2013
In a selfless act of bravery, a father saved the life of 13-year-old Gracie Johnson by shielding her from rockslide debris in Colorado
1 October 2013
A rockslide on Monday on the flanks of Mount Princeton in Chaffee County, Colorado killed five people and left a teenage girls with a broken leg
26 September 2013
Two recent examples, from Brazil and Utah, demonstrate the potentially enormous financial impacts of landslides on the mining industry
13 September 2013
On September 11th, an interesting video of a series of flood-induced riverbank collapses in Wahweap Creek in Southern Utah was captured by David Rankin
9 September 2013
The North Cascades National Park Service has released some dramatic photographs of a debris flow that struck Stehekin in Washington State on Thursday
31 August 2013
Colin Stark and Goran Ekstrom have detected another spectacular rock avalanche in Alaska. It occurred on 25th July near to Mount Jarvis.
13 June 2013
NASA have collected an excellent satellite image of the Bingham Canyon landslide in Utah, USA
24 May 2013
A round-up of recent landslide incidents, including two American children tragically killed by a mudslide whilst collecting fossils
News of landslides from the USA, Canada and Hong Kong, and about the role of landslides in the Day of Judgement
17 May 2013
A review of the Bingham Canyon landslide – was it the largest ever historic, non-volcanic landslide in N. America?
14 May 2013
In Alaska on Sunday a couple survived a landslide by outrunning it. It is extremely rare to survive a landslide in this way
6 May 2013
The second part of my three-part posting analysing the Bingham Canyon landslide using images provided by Kennecott Utah
30 April 2013
Part one of a three part series of posts looking in detail at the Bingham Canyon mine landslide in Utah
26 April 2013
Kennecott allowed the media to visit the mine to see the landslide yesterday, and provided an update on their work
23 April 2013
A round up post of some new landslide videos and other resources
12 April 2013
The unusually large Bingham Canyon Mine landslide – an impressive example of prediction using monitoring
Initial information, and some fantastic images, are now available of the Bingham Canyon copper mine landslide. This is one of the largest mining-induced landslides of all time.
28 March 2013
A landslide occurred yesterday on Whidbey Island, USA. This post provides a brief overview of the event. Surprisingly little of the cliff top has been lost to date despite the size of the landslide