Springer, publisher of a number of geo-related journals and books is having a promotion offering free online access to their Natural Hazards journal. The access is good for 30 days from October 22 so go check it out now. (Image copyright Springer).
Residents of a neighborhood on the north side of Salt Lake City, Utah received some bad news recently from a state geologist. The slow moving landslide that has been moving on the order of several inches per year has begun moving at a faster rate. They predict movement on the order of feet per year. Several houses have already been condemned and torn down with more likely. Click through for some news footage showing the problem area and some of the damage to house foundations, sidewalks, pipes and other reactions from unfortunate residents. (Photo by KSL, NBC Salt Lake City affiliate)
The Geological Society of America recently announced a new publication titled: Landslides and Engineering Geology of the Seattle, Washington Area edited by Rex L. Baum, Jonathan W. Godt and Lynn M. Highland. This volume brings […]