The California Geologic Survey has published a new map of landslide susceptibility for the entire state of California. It addresses only deep-seated landslides, not shallow slides such as debris flows. The criteria used for developing the map included slope angle, geology, rock shear strength and history of landslides in a given area. You can download the map for free from the California Geologic Survey.
Some new aerial photos of the landslide or rock slide that blocked Highway 64 in Tennessee were posted last week by WTVC Channel 9. This was the landslide caught on video that I posted about […]
Death toll in NW China landslide rises to 23 – China Daily Italian Team Repairing Collapsed Head-Race Tunnel at Ethiopian Dam – ENR: Engineering News Record OSHA Cites Company Following Trench Fatality – KPVI NEWS […]
It has been over 1 year since an excavation for a new Wal-Mart store in Kilbuck Township, PA caused a massive landslide that closed Route 65 for two weeks, and temporarily closed a rail line […]