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The group of Young Engineering Geologists (YEG) – IAEG invites you to the 12th series of“e-YEG”webinars...

source: IAEG

The XIV Congress of the International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment will be held in Chengdu Century City New International Convention and Exhibition Center, Chengdu, China from September 21 to 27, 2023. Based on the theme of “Engineering Geology...

source: IAEG

It has been a busy few days for rock avalanches in North America. Hot on the heels of the massive landslide at Ecstall River in British Columbia in Canada comes news of another. This event was detected by Matt Haney...

source: The Landslide Blog

A quake in Mexico led to something strange happening in the Nevada desert. The minute the quake struck Mexico, four feet-high tsunami-like waves erupted from the Death Valley National Park's Devils Hole — a 10 feet wide,...

source: The Weather Channel

Communities in southwestern Newfoundland are grappling with significant damage, including lost homes, flooding and road washouts due to post-tropical storm Fiona. Everything east of town hall in Port aux Basques is...

source: CBC

After causing heavy damage across parts of the Caribbean and Bermuda last week, Hurricane Fiona moved north toward Eastern Canada, making landfall this weekend as a post-tropical cyclone. The downgraded storm still packed heavy rain and winds, gusting up to 110 mph, driving...

source: The Atlantic


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