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3 January 2019

Anak Krakatau: Planet Labs imagery of the aftermath of the landslide

Anak Krakatau: @planetlabs have captured excellent imagery, including a high resolution SkySat view, of the aftermath of the landslide

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25 December 2018

Bureya River: a large landslide but not a meteorite impact in Russia

Bureya River: on 11th December 2018 a large landslide occurred in the Khabarovsk region of Russia. Speculation suggested it was a meteor impact. It wasn’t.

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19 December 2018

Revisiting the landslides from the Mw=7.5 earthquake in Papua New Guinea on 25th February 2018

Planet Labs satellite imagery now provides an understanding of the distribution of landslides triggered by the February 2018 Papua New Guinea earthquake

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5 December 2018

Malibu: Planet Labs images of the first round of mudflows

Malibu – Planet Labs have captured remarkable before and after SkySat images of the first round of mudflows following the recent wildfires

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25 November 2018

Planet Labs SkySat image of the Yarlung Tsangpo valley-blocking landslide

Planet Labs have captured a high resolution Skysat image of the remains of the valley-blocking Yarlung Tsangpo landslide in Tibet

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5 November 2018

Another major glacial debris flow blocked the Yarlung Tsangpo river in Tibet

Following initial analysis by @rajfortyseven, Planet Labs images show that another major glacial landslide blocked the Yarlung Tsangpo river last week

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19 September 2018

The Kodagu landslides in Karnataka, India: Planet Labs imagery

Kodagu landslides: in August 2018, very heavy rainfall triggered many landslides in SW India. Planet Labs imagery shows the extensive damage that resulted

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23 May 2018

News and satellite imagery of the Hidroituango dam site

Satellite images captured by Planet Labs shows the evolving crisis at the Hidroituango dam site. The dam crest has now reached the spillway level, meaning that control of the water should become possible. 26,000 people remain displaced

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2 May 2018

The 3 km long Ultar Glacier rock and ice avalanche – first satellite images

Planet Labs have now captured high quality imagery of the 3 km long Ultar Glacier rock and ice avalanche, which killed three people in northern Pakistan last month

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4 April 2018

Two of the more interesting landslides from the Papua New Guinea earthquake

Better satellite images are now becoming available showing the large landslides triggered by the Papua New Guinea earthquake

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