A paper in Science of the Total Environment (Svennevig et al. 2023) describes the 15 December 1952 Niiortuut landslide in Greenland. It concludes that this was one of the earliest anthropogenic warming-induced landslides identified to date.
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The Tavernola landslide: in Italy there is concern that failure of a large rock slope could generate a substantial tsunami in Lago d’Iseo
Sentinel-1 imagery suggests that the landslide that triggered the tsunami on Anak Krakatau appears to have been a large-scale flank collapse. Unfortunately it is difficult to ascertain the current situation on the volcano
A 50 cm high tsunami struck the Caribbean coast of Colombia at Santa Marta on 19th July 2017. The most likely cause was a submarine landslide.
In the last 24 hours new images and video have emerged showing the Greenland landslide and the terrifying tsunami that it triggered.
Details and some video are now available about the landslide that triggered the Nuugaatsiaq tsunami in Greenland on Saturday night
Late on Saturday, a substantial tsunami struck the village of Nuugaatsiaq in Greenland. The most likely cause would appear to be a very large landslide
Like a zombie that refuses to die, the Canary Islands megatsunami scare story has once again re-emerged to the normal hysterical headlines