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10 April 2019
GEER has published a report on the Palu-Donggala landslides, triggered by the 28 September 2018 Mw=7.5 Palu earthquake in Indonesia
2 April 2019
A study has been published of landslides triggered by the 18th November 2017 Ms=6.9 earthquake in the Tsangpo Gorge area of Tibet
15 March 2019
A new study (Serey et al. 2019) of the Mw=8.8 2010 Chile megathrust earthquake indicates that it triggered a surprisingly low number of landslides.
18 February 2019
The runout of the one cubic kilometre Daguangbao landslide was controlled by complex processes in a basal layer that may have been just 0.1 mm thick
1 December 2018
First images of landslides triggered by the M=7.0 Alaska earthquake on 30th November 2018. Initial images show lateral spreads and rockfalls
9 November 2018
Landslides from the M=6.7 6th September 2018 Hokkaido Iburi-Tobu Earthquake – a first technical report
On 6th September 2018 the M=6.7 Hokkaido Iburi-Tobu earthquake struck Hokkaido in Japan. The earthquake triggered over 6000 landslides, killing 36 people
29 October 2018
On 25th October 2018 an M=6.8 earthquake occurred at 14 km depth off the coast of Greece. The Zakynthos earthquake is reported to have triggered rockfalls
19 October 2018
A new video has appeared on Youtube showing the multiple landslide tsunamis generated by the Sulawesi earthquake in Indonesia.
15 October 2018
Sigi Biromaru in Palu: extraordinary footage shows the development of complex lateral spreading during the Sulawesi earthquake
8 October 2018
The Palu landslides, triggered by the Sulawesi earthquake, may have been the worst mass movement event in terms of loss of life for five years