A landslide struck the village of Gjerdrum, which is about 25km (15 miles) north-east of the Norwegian capital, Oslo. The slide is already being called a “quick clay” landslide by officials. It occurred around 4 am local time on December 30, 2020, and injured 10 people, one critically, and forced some 700 residents to evacuate. As of December 31, authorities were searching for 10 missing residents. Rescues were only possible by helicopter because of the unstable situation. They are also employing dogs and drones in the search for the missing. The slide measures 300m by 700m (985ft by 2,300ft). Another quick clay landslide occurred near the town of Alta, Norway earlier this year.
Onsite Visit Leads To Ledgewood-Bonair Landslide Quick Report OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Natural Resources Division of Geology & Earth Resources has released their quick report on the Whidbey Island “Ledgewood-Bonair” landslide that […]
Some friends at NHAZCA S.r.l. in Rome, Drs. Serena Moretto and Paolo Mazzanti, have been demonstrating their company’s technology to use satellite imagery to produce highly accurate displacement measurements and maps. Serena recently posted a […]
The geotechnical investigations and report are complete for the US 89 Bitter Springs Landslide south of Page, Arizona. ADOT published a news release with the results of Kleinfelder’s geotechnical investigation and a link to their […]