Using seismic data, Colin Stark and colleagues have detected a new, very large landslide in Alaska on Sunday. At about 68 million tonnes, this may have been the largest natural landslide since 2010
Search Results for "Bingham" (12 articles)
A new paper examines the geophysical data generated by the Bingham Canyon landslide, showing the rock avalanches induced tectonic aftershocks.
A personal review of the five most important landslides of 2013, including Kedarnath (India), Bingham Canyon (USA), Gyama (Tibet), La Pintada (Mexico) and Izu-Oshima (Japan)
Two recent examples, from Brazil and Utah, demonstrate the potentially enormous financial impacts of landslides on the mining industry
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
A review of the Bingham Canyon landslide – was it the largest ever historic, non-volcanic landslide in N. America?
The second part of my three-part posting analysing the Bingham Canyon landslide using images provided by Kennecott Utah
Part one of a three part series of posts looking in detail at the Bingham Canyon mine landslide in Utah