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21 February 2023
Manutuke: a near miss landslide from Cyclone Gabrielle in New Zealand
Manutuke: a large landslide triggered by Cyclone Gabrielle in New Zealand , which narrowly missed a house in the Gisborne area
13 December 2022
The Gaguney landslide in India: evolution over time
The Gaguney landslide in India: images from Google Earth and Planet Labs allow analysis of the evolution over time of a damaging failure
20 November 2022
Satellite imagery of the El Molino landslide in Norte de Santander, Colombia
Satellite imagery from Planet Labs provides insights into the El Molino landslide in Norte de Santander, Colombia
8 November 2022
Another tailings dam failure: the Williamson Mine in Tanzania
Another major tailings dam failure has occurred in Africa, this time at the Williamson Mine in Tanzania. The plume of pollution is >6 km long.
1 November 2022
Planet Labs images of the Kusiong landslides in the Philippines
Satellite images captured by Planet Labs of the Kusiong landslides in the Philippines show multiple channelised debris flows.
12 October 2022
Las Tejerías: Planet Labs imagery starts to clarify the sequence of events
Las Tejerías: Planet Labs images have captured the aftermath of the landslide, which came down the channel from the north.
3 May 2022
The Pilar landslide in the Philippines
Planet have captured a high resolution satellite image of the Pilar landslide in the Philippines, which killed 53 people during Tropical Storm Megi.
21 April 2022
Wairoa: hundreds of landslides triggered by heavy rainfall in New Zealand
Wairoa: heavy rainfall in recent weeks has triggered hundreds of shallow landslides in the Hawkes Bay region of New Zealand
19 April 2022
Planet image of the Kantagnos village landslide in the Philippines
Planet have captured a high resolution satellite image of the 11 April 2022 Kantagnos village landslide in the Philippines.
1 November 2021
A large landslide or glacial lake outburst in the headwaters of the Kameng River in Northern India?
The Discovering Arunachal blog reports that the Kameng River in N. India suffered a major sediment event on 29 October. The cause is unclear, but Planet Labs images confirm that a major erosion and deposition event occurred.