Digital Geology Model Turned into Art
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Geology as Art – New Exhibit in Melbourne

The subsurface geology of the City of Melbourne and it’s arts precinct is becoming an art exhibit itself.  Golder has been involved in a geotechnical investigation at the site of the Testing Grounds, a  “temporary […]

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2019 Keller Calendar Fly-Through

Keller / Hayward Baker’s calendars are very well known in the geotechnical world. In our industry, nearly all of our best work gets buried under the ground or never sees the light of day in […]



COOLR landslide points (in orange) and NASA landslide susceptibility (blue = low susceptibility, red = high susceptibility), in Central America. Image by NASA.
Geologic Hazards

NASA Building Crowd-sourced Landslide Inventory

NASA scientists are building an open global inventory of landslides with the goal of improving predictive models for landslides. The data is crowd-sourced and some are scraped from news sources as well.  Anyone can download […]