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8 January 2021
A new paper (Grebby et al 2021) uses InSAR to detect precursory deformation of the Brumadinho tailings dam before the disastrous failure in 2019. The authors suggest that the failure might have been predictable with use of appropriate monitoring techniques.
26 December 2020
The Carmen Copper Mine landslide in the Philippines – Planet Labs images showing the slope evolution before failure
15 December 2020
The large landslide at Gamsberg mine: a high resolution Planet Labs SkySat satellite image of the aftermath of the failure
2 December 2020
On 17 November 2020 a major landslide occurred on a high wall at the Gamsberg mine in South Africa, killing two workers.
17 July 2020
Satellite imagery is now available from Planet Labs of the site of the 28 June 2020 Myanmar jade mine landslide, which killed about 180 people
2 July 2020
Another dreadful landslide has occurred in the Hpakant jade mining area of Kachin state in Myanmar. The landslide, at Sate Mu, killed at least 113 people.
16 June 2020
Two new landslide videos: a large landslide in a mine in Russia & dashcam footage of a small but high impact rockfall in California
5 April 2020
In 1935 a large colliery landslide came very close to causing major damage to Cwmaman in South Wales. An archive Pathe News report provides detail.
3 April 2020
Based on the information available so far, can we crowd source an understanding of what happened to cause the Luming Mine tailings accident in China?
2 April 2020
Planet Labs have captured a high resolution SkySat image of the site of the Luming Mine accident in China, in which polluted water and sediment have been released