14 June 2018
Rattlesnake Ridge: new drone footage of the development of the landslide
As expected by those responsible for monitoring the landslide, it has continued to creep over the last few months, and judging by the images it has now displaced by a few metres:-
Note the displacement of the tracks across the landslide, which give a good indication of the total movement of this part of the landslide. The slide has now formed a very clear head scarp (actually a double scarp, which is not unusual):-
The WADNR continue to monitor and manage the landslide, and they have a good website that provides details of their activities. I hope that in due course we will see a range of peer reviewed publications analysing the movement dataset that they are collecting.