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12 June 2019
An analysis by Zhu et al (2019) of the dynamics of the 2017 Nayong rock avalanche in China, using a combination of seismic data and drone imagery
30 May 2019
A high resolution Planet Labs SkySat image of the Joffre Peak landslides has been captured, shedding light on the velocity of the flows.
21 May 2019
The first Joffre Peak landslide was probably associated with high Spring temperatures, but the slope also showed signs of distress before the collapse.
20 May 2019
Good satellite and aerial imagery is now appearing showing the extent of the Joffre Peak rock avalanches in Canada last week
17 May 2019
Yesterday a second, probably even larger, rock avalanche occurred on Joffre Peak in British Columbia in Canada, following the first event on Sunday.
15 May 2019
On Monday morning at 07:41 am local time, a significant rock avalanche occurred at Joffre Peak in British Columbia in Canada
9 May 2019
A new study in the journal Engineering Geology indicates that a key control on rock avalanche mobility is the characteristics of the material along the path
30 April 2019
Satellite imagery shows that a major rock avalanche, with a runout length of about 2.7 km, occurred on the Bashkara Glacier in the Caucasus last week.
18 February 2019
The runout of the one cubic kilometre Daguangbao landslide was controlled by complex processes in a basal layer that may have been just 0.1 mm thick
28 December 2018
Chaos Jumbles: a fine example of a large volcanic landslide in California, caused by three successive dome collapse events