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4 January 2014
New videos have appeared on Youtube over the last 24 hours of a large, dramatic rock cliff collapse at Rock-A-Nore near Hastings in East Sussex, England
21 November 2013
Some amazing footage has emerged of the moment that the storm surge from Typhoon Haiyan struck the town of Hernani in Eastern Samar, Philippines
14 August 2013
Atmospheric physicist Nick Gorkavyi missed witnessing an event of the century last winter when a meteor exploded over his hometown of Chelyabinsk, Russia. From Greenbelt, Md., however, NASA’s Gorkavyi and colleagues witnessed a never-before-seen view of the atmospheric aftermath of the explosion.
6 July 2013
Videos of Kedarnath on the day of the disaster, and in the aftermath, including a video of the disaster as it happened
A set of videos have appeared on Youtube showing the evants at Kedarnath during the disaster three weeks ago
18 June 2013
Early monsoon rainfall in northern India and Nepal has induced landslides and floods that have inflicted a high cost on the local population
13 May 2013
The surface waters of a major portion of the Arctic Ocean are becoming saturated with carbon dioxide sooner than many scientists expected, all but halting the watery region’s ability to sop up more of the greenhouse gas from Earth’s atmosphere, new research finds.
23 April 2013
A round up post of some new landslide videos and other resources
14 March 2013
The famous “kite with key” experiment Ben Franklin conducted in 1752 is more than just a legend for lightning researchers around the world—it’s a procedure. Sure, the kite has been replaced by a rocket, and the string-with-key contraption by a spool of wire, but the intent is still the same—to better understand nature’s flashes of electricity. Recently, an unusual rocket-triggered lightning strike was caught on video by lightning researchers in Florida, and its curious course from cloud to ground is described in a new scientific paper.
21 February 2013
High quality images and a video have emerged of two fatal coal mine landslides – one in China and one in the Philippines. Together they claimed 15 lives.
24 December 2012
Four interesting new landslide videos, two from the USA, one from China and one from the UK
5 October 2012
Meteorologists have documented upward lightning, which travels upward from the ground to the clouds, since 1939, but they remain puzzled about how it happens. Now, one research team’s analysis of high-speed video taken in Rapid City, South Dakota, captures a possible clue: a downward flash that preceded most upward lightning filmed by the observers.
29 September 2012
A couple of interesting landslide stories this week (updated with an extra video below): 1. The Route 14 landslide near Cedar Falls, Utah Thanks to Alexandre Mathieu for the heads up on this one. Back in October 2011, a huge landslide blocked State Route 14 near to Cedar Falls. Since then a huge project has been underway to reinstate the road. This was completed this week, when the road reopened. …
27 September 2012
In Newburn, near Newcastle in NE England, exceptional rainfall has caused the erosion of the foundations of an apartment block.
10 September 2012
A video of the immediate aftermath of the Yunnan earthquake sequence in China on Friday. Landslides are clearly a major cause of loss of life and of damage.
20 July 2012
A remarkable new video of a collapsing glacier from Greenland elegantly illustrates the processes through which landslides generate tsunamis
16 July 2012
Remarkable video and photographic imagery has emerged this weekend of the aftermath of landslides in Alaska, Canada and Japan
15 June 2012
A neat video of the collapse of the west rim of the Halema’uma’u volcanic vent
12 June 2012
A video is now available of the aftermath of the landslide triggered by the earthquake in Afghanistan yesterday
4 December 2011
I’m on my way to San Francisco later today, along with 20,000 of my closest friends. I’m not sure how much I will be able to blog about it, since I am still editing my dissertation and putting the final touches on my presentation for Wednesday, and AGU evenings are often spent catching up with friends and colleagues. For example, my adviser has started a tradition in which a large …