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27 December 2016
The full set of project reports about landslide hazard and risk management from the EU FP7 Safeland project are now available online once more.
8 September 2016
Dr Chris Massey at GNS Science has an interesting PhD opportunity entitled: “A Platform for Regional-Scale Earthquake-induced Landslide Hazard Assessment”
9 February 2015
Joris Eggenhuisen has published a fascinating video on Youtube showing a simulation of submarine landslides using the Eurotank Flume at Utrecht University
16 January 2014
A GNS / University of Otago expedition has just resurveyed the height of Aoraki / Mount Cook after the 1991 rock avalanche. The mountain has lost 30 m.
31 October 2012
A fully funded PhD studentship is available in my research team at Durham to work on the modelling of rock slope failure
12 October 2012
A number of really interesting reports about landslide hazard and risk are now available on the Safeland web site
3 April 2012
Today a decision will be made on the $2 billion square kilometre array; we should aim for a similar level of investment in natural hazards
19 March 2012
Landslides and constrictions – a request for help (and, incidentally, an amazing benefit of geoblogging)
A request for help to find examples of landslides that pass through constrictions
12 March 2012
A request for help to create a global debris flow database