4 February 2022 07:56 in landslide report by Dave Petley
On 16 October 1979 a landslide in fill at Nice airport triggered a massive submarine landslide and tsunami, which killed at least 8 people.
10 September 2021 07:42 in Earthquake-induced landslide by Dave Petley
Images of landslides from the 7 September 2021 M=7.1 Guerrero earthquake in Mexico
6 July 2021 07:28 in Uncategorized by Dave Petley
News reports and archive Google Earth imagery indicate that the Atami landslide might have occurred on manmade slope
9 March 2021 08:38 in Earthquake-induced landslide by Dave Petley
Ebisu Circuit: an intriguing, high mobility landslide in volcanic materials caused by the 2021 Fukushima Earthquake in Japan
13 January 2021 08:28 in Review of a paper by Dave Petley
On 7 August 2020 a landslide in Gokseong County, S. Korea killed 5 people. A new paper (Choi et al 2021) suggests that this was triggered by the failure of an under construction embankment during heavy rainfall
19 December 2016 08:30 in landslide video by Dave Petley
Last week a rockslide on Highway 299W at Big French Creek in California was caught on video. The road remains closed as a result of the landslide
18 April 2016 07:18 in Earthquake-induced landslide by Dave Petley
The Kumamoto earthquake in Japan appears to have triggered a large number of landslides. This post provides some images of some of the larger landslides
5 June 2015 07:25 in Earthquake-induced landslide by Dave Petley
Early reports suggest that the M=6.0 Malaysia earthquake this morning may have triggered landslides and rockfalls, especially on Mount Kinabalu, where five climbers are thought to have been killed.
14 April 2015 07:17 in landslide report by Dave Petley
Over the weekend the Yeager Airport landslide went through another significant movement event, driven by detachment of a block from the rear scarp and subsequent deformation of the debris pile
10 June 2013 06:45 in landslide video by Dave Petley
Recent heavy rainfall in Norway caused extensive landslides. This video captures the transition from a soil slump to a rapid flow event.