On 31 May 2021 a landslide occurred at the Bingham Canyon mine in Utah, USA. This failure was successfully anticipated through the application of geotechnical monitoring
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Brad Ross, a mining engineer, has provided extensive insights into the events leading up to the vast Manefay landslide at the Bingham Canyon mine in 2013
A new paper examines the geophysical data generated by the Bingham Canyon landslide, showing the rock avalanches induced tectonic aftershocks.
A review of the Bingham Canyon landslide – was it the largest ever historic, non-volcanic landslide in N. America?
The second part of my three-part posting analysing the Bingham Canyon landslide using images provided by Kennecott Utah
Part one of a three part series of posts looking in detail at the Bingham Canyon mine landslide in Utah
Estimates are starting to emerge of the cost of the Bingham County copper mine landslide in Utah last week. These range from $770 million to $1 billion, which would make this the most expensive landslide in history
The unusually large Bingham Canyon Mine landslide – an impressive example of prediction using monitoring
Initial information, and some fantastic images, are now available of the Bingham Canyon copper mine landslide. This is one of the largest mining-induced landslides of all time.