7 August 2023
A new home for the Landslide Blog
I started this blog on 16 December 2007 – that feels like a long time ago now – as a site on Blogger. In 2010, the American Geophysical Union established the AGU Blogosphere, and I moved the blog to this site at that time. For almost 13 years it has been a great home for this blog. However, you may have been aware that I have been facing technical issues with the site for a while now, which have not been the fault of the AGU. Thus, I have been looking for a new, permanent home for the blog.
I’m delighted to say that as from today (7 August 2023) I will move to the new site. This is being hosted by the AGU once again, but this time on their Eos site. In their own words, “Eos is the science news magazine published by AGU”. This is a fantastic new home for the blog. The content will remain exactly the same, although the presentation will look a little different.
So, from today new posts will be at https://eos.org/landslide-blog. The archive of older posts will remain on this site, although the long term aim is to migrate it as well.
I want to thank all those who have been so supportive at this site, most notably Larry O’Hanlon, who has worked tirelessly behind the scenes to help me in a myriad of ways.
So please do join me at the new home for the Landslide Blog: https://eos.org/landslide-blog