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Villagers in Kerauja below a rock slide that resulted from a magnitude 7.8 earthquake on April 25, 2015 in Gorkha district, Nepal....
Rock Slide in Nepal from an Earthquake in April of 2015
Oblique aerial photograph of the Oso, Washington landslide, showing the entire extent of the landslide source area and path.
Location: State Route 530, Oso, Washington...
Oso, Washington Landslide
Tsunami evacuation route sign at an intersection in Nehalem, Oregon....
Tsunami Evacuation Sign
Heavy rains from a tropical cyclone struck the islands of the Comoros in March, 2014. On the island of Anjouan in the Union of Comoros, these rains triggered landslides that displaced over 3000 people to refugee camps. The USGS and the OFDA with USAID are providing support and research assistance on...
Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
Heavy rains from a tropical cyclone struck the islands of the Comoros in March, 2014. On the island of Anjouan in the Union of Comoros, these rains triggered landslides that displaced over 3000 people to refugee camps. The USGS and the OFDA with USAID are providing support and research assistance on...
Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
Heavy rains from a tropical cyclone struck the islands of the Comoros in March, 2014. On the island of Anjouan in the Union of Comoros, these rains triggered landslides that displaced over 3000 people to refugee camps. The USGS and the OFDA with USAID are providing support and research assistance on...
Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
Heavy rains from a tropical cyclone struck the islands of the Comoros in March, 2014. On the island of Anjouan in the Union of Comoros, these rains triggered landslides that displaced over 3000 people to refugee camps. The USGS and the OFDA with USAID are providing support and research assistance on...
Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
Heavy rains from a tropical cyclone struck the islands of the Comoros in March, 2014. On the island of Anjouan in the Union of Comoros, these rains triggered landslides that displaced over 3000 people to refugee camps. The USGS and the OFDA with USAID are providing support and research assistance on...
Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
Heavy rains from a tropical cyclone struck the islands of the Comoros in March, 2014. On the island of Anjouan in the Union of Comoros, these rains triggered landslides that displaced over 3000 people to refugee camps. The USGS and the OFDA with USAID are providing support and research assistance on...
Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
A magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck the island of Anjouan in the Union of the Comoros on March 12, 2014.  Heavy rainfall trigger landslides and damages were incurred to buildings, roads, and water supplies. As a precaution, more than 3,000 citizens living below the landslides were moved to a refu...
Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
A magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck the island of Anjouan in the Union of the Comoros on March 12, 2014.  Heavy rainfall trigger landslides and damages were incurred to buildings, roads, and water supplies. As a precaution, more than 3,000 citizens living below the landslides were moved to a refu...
Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
A magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck the island of Anjouan in the Union of the Comoros on March 12, 2014.  Heavy rainfall trigger landslides and damages were incurred to buildings, roads, and water supplies. As a precaution, more than 3,000 citizens were moved to a refugee camp. The USGS and the O...
Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
A magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck the island of Anjouan in the Union of the Comoros on March 12, 2014.  Heavy rainfall trigger landslides and damages were incurred to buildings, roads, and water supplies. As a precaution, more than 3,000 citizens living below the landslides were moved to a refu...
Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
A magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck the island of Anjouan in the Union of the Comoros on March 12, 2014.  Heavy rainfall trigger landslides and damages were incurred to buildings, roads, and water supplies. As a precaution, more than 3,000 citizens living below the landslides were moved to a refu...
Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
A magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck the island of Anjouan in the Union of the Comoros on March 12, 2014.  Heavy rainfall trigger landslides and damages were incurred to buildings, roads, and water supplies. As a precaution, more than 3,000 citizens living below the landslides were moved to a refu...
Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
The photograph shows a spider unit, which is being used to help study the landslide that occurred in northwest Washington on March 22, 2014. Spiders are portable instrumentation packages that contain high-precision GPS units for detecting landslide movement as well as geophones for detecting small v...
Spider Unit & 2014 Washington Landslide


Photograph from aerial survey showing the upper parts of the landslide that occurred in northwest Washington on March 22, 2014.
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2014 Landslide in Washington State


The photograph shows a spider unit being deployed by helicopter to help study the landslide that occurred in northwest Washington on March 22, 2014. Spiders are portable instrumentation packages that contain high-precision GPS units for detecting landslide movement as well as geophones for ...
Spider Unit and 2014 Washington Landslide
Through breaks in the trees, talus deposits may be seen along the valley walls of Yosemite Valley. Talus deposits, also known as scree, are collections of broken rock fragments that have accumulated over time as rock weathers and breaks off from the cliffs above. This process can occur via various m...
Talus Flows in Yosemite Valley
In this image, a landslide may be seen below Moran Point in Yosemite Valley. The broken rock fragments are often referred to as talus deposits or scree....
Landslide below Moran Point

 

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