The Bayou Corne Sinkhole was formed near Baton Rouge Louisiana last September, likely as a result of the failure of salt caverns below. This video shows a stand of trees being swallowed by the sinkhole in pretty dramatic fashion.
I saw this video on the ADOT Facebook Page. The failure seems larger than what I though based on the photos from the ground. [Source: ADOT Facebook Page] Related
This video shows a very cool way of representing strike and dip measurements in Google Earth using a RockWorks tool. Related
This project video seems a few years old, but it’s relatively new on YouTube and it’s a fantastic case study of the slick method of installing groundwater interception trenches using DeWind’s remarkable one-pass trenching technology. […]