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Geologic Hazards--Landslides (USGS)
Extensive information on landslides and their impacts, U.S. Landslide Monitoring Program, publications, current news and events, and current research.
Consulting services in engineering geology, hydrogeology, and applied geomechanics. Web site includes research abstracts on landslides and related geologic hazards. Port Orchard, Washington.
News and Information--Landslides Hazards and debris flows
USGS (Geological Survey) team page, covering Hazards related to landslides and debris flows.
Potential San Francisco Bay Landslides During El Niño
Maps and fly-by movies available.
SHALSTAB - A Digital Terrain Model for Mapping Shallow Landslide Potential
Technical report on and free download of a very simple model for mapping shallow landslide potential.
Landslide Slide Show
Photographs and detailed descriptions of several areas prone to landslides.
Virtual Fieldtrip of the Slumgullion Earthflow
Detailed history of the geology of large landslides that dammed the Gunnison River in the San Juan Mountains near Lake City, Colorado.
Links to resources from the University of Colorado.
Landslide Hazards and Planning
A guidebook for incorporating landslide hazards into the planning process.
Kelso, WA landslide
Site describing the second largest urban landslide in US history. Papers, photos, links, and a discussion group.
International Landslide Research Group
The ILG is an informal group of landslide practitioners who share landslide information. The website provides information about landslides worldwide, a newsletter, and meetings of landslide practitioners.
Landslide Distribution Map Web Page
A Japanese database of landslides, allowing the user to tailor maps of landslide distributions to his/her own requirements.
Canada Landslide Project
Details of a major national landslide project in Canada, providing reports, links and photographs of major slides.
International Landslide Centre
Home of the International Landslide Centre at University of Durham, a research centre dedicated to assisting less developed countries deal with landslide problems through research, training programmes and disaster assistance.
The Institue of geological and Nuclear Sciences in New Zealand provides an excellent week-by-week listing of hazardous events , including landslides, in that very active country.
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