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The search and rescue operation following the catastrophic 6.4-magnitude earthquake that hit Albania before dawn Nov. 26 ended Nov. 30. The ministry of defense reported that the death toll in the port city of Durrës and the...

source: GlobalVoices

As written by Dave Petley, "In the course of some work that I’m undertaking on human-induced landslides, I have come across an interesting article about landslides at the Kumtor Goldmine in Kyrgyzstan. This site is unusual as the mining is being undertaken at an...

source: The Landslide Blog

Check out what's going on in the world of geological science: New analysis just changed the original date of a massive meteorite crater in Australia (Science Alert) Nitrous oxide levels are on the rise (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis via ScienceDaily) Rare...

source: IAEG

The secretariat is now preparing the No.3 Issue of 2019 Newsletter. If you have import information needs to be published, please feel free to contact the secretariat. Your prompt response will be highly appreciated. Thank you for your continuous support and cooperation! The...

source: IAEG

To go to the website, click here. We have added the following too. As you will notice, we have a new design and user-friendly search functions. We have three social media accounts, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram, to post photos on the web (and short films) in the Photo...

source: IAEG

The journal Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292, IF 4.118) is currently running a Special Issue titled "Remote Sensing of Landslides II." Dr. Zhong Lu, of the Southern Methodist University (USA), and Dr. Chaoying Zhao, of...

source: MDPI


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