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3 December 2020

High resolution satellite images of the Guinobatan lahar

High resolution satellite images, collected by Planet Labs using the SkySat constellation, showing the impact of the Guinobatan lahar in the Philippines a month ago

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19 November 2020

Guinobatan: a major lahar in the Philippines triggered by Super Typhoon Goni

Over the weekend of 31 October and 1 November 2020, Super Typhoon Goni triggered a major lahar from the flanks of Mount Mayon in the Philippines

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29 October 2020

Typhoon Molave: two major landslides in Vietnam

Typhoon Molave: over 500 mm of rainfall has triggered at least two major landslides in Vietnam, possibly killing 50 people or more

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18 October 2019

The landslide impact of Typhoon Hagibis in Japan

Various newspaper articles in Japan are serving to illustrate the multiple landslides triggered in Japan by Typhoon Hagibis last weekend.

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17 September 2018

Barangay Ucab: many dead after typhoon Mangkhut in the Philippines

A landslide triggered by typhoon Mangkhut ahs killed at least 33 miners, sheltering in their dormitory, at Barangay Ucab in the Philippines

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13 September 2018

Typhoon Mangkhut, Hurricane Florence and the earthquake in Hokkaido

In a short space of time, Typhoon Mangkhut, Hurricane Florence and the earthquake in Hokkaido all have the potential to generate large numbers of landslides

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23 April 2018

The Sucun rockslide in Lishui, China in 2016

In September 2016 the Sucun rockslide killed 27 people in Zhejiang Province, China. This landslide has now been analysed in a paper published in Landslides by Ouyang et al (2018)

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16 October 2017

Phu Cuong commune: a major landslide has killed 18 people in Vietnam

A major landslide at Phu Cuong commune in Vietnam has killed 18 people. Images suggest that this was the collapse of a large overhang at a waterfall

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23 December 2016

Jiuhaocha in Pingtung County – more on the impacts of landslides on a mountain village

A blog by C-Y Chen in Mandarin provides details of the long history of landslides at Jiuhaocha Village, Pingtung County in Taiwan

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22 December 2016

Jiuhaocha: an example of the extraordinarily dynamic landscape of Taiwan

The aboriginal village of Jiuhaocha in the Central Mountains was destroyed by typhoon Morakot in 2009, illustrating the dynamic landscape of Taiwan

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