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25 July 2022
On 4 July 2022 a peat landslide occurred at the site of a windfarm under construction in Shetland, north Scotland.
31 March 2022
An Environmental Impact Assessment published online details the mechanisms of failure of the 2003 Derrybrien peatslide in Ireland.
23 July 2021
Benbrack: a large peat landslide in West Cavan in the Republic of Ireland, triggered by heavy rainfall on 4 July 2021
7 December 2020
High resolution satellite imagery from Planet Labs showing the Mount Eagle peat slide in the Republic of Ireland
17 November 2020
Mount Eagle: over the weekend another peat slide occurred in the Republic of Ireland, this time in County Kerry
16 November 2020
The 13 November 2020 Meenbog peat slide in the Republic of Ireland, which was caught on a stunning video. Reports suggest that the landslide is associated with a wind farm under construction, owned by Amazon.
26 August 2020
Yesterday Storm Francis triggered a large peat bog landslide at Slieveanorra in County Antrim, Northern Ireland
3 July 2020
John Flynn’s remarkable drone video of Dawn of Hope peat slide suggests that this might have been a bog burst that underwent retrogression
1 July 2020
On Sunday 28 June 2020 a very large peat landslide occurred at Dawn of Hope in County Leitrim in the Republic of Ireland. The track extends for several kilometres.
11 September 2017
An interesting earthflow was caught on video last week at Dimye in Tibet. It is currently unclear as to whether this was associated with permafrost loss