April Lecture: Large, Abundant Landslides in the Western Columbia Gorge (and Some Still Active)
Recent lidar mapping of large landslides in the western Columbia Gorge in Skamania County, WA than previously thought. The mapping area contains at least 215 discrete landslides of various ages two-thirds of the mapped slides are remobilized parts of older landslides, and about half of those USGS: Excerpt from Columbia Gorge landslide map USGS-SIM 3358 Recent lidar mapping of large April Lecture: Large, Abundant Landslides in the Western Columbia Gorge (and Some Still Active) ), floods, and landslides — processes occurring both during and following volcanic eruptions. — ranging from more than 15,000 years old to currently active. Most are translational landslides , shows that there are many more landslides than previously thought. The mapping area contains at least 215 discrete landslides of various ages — ranging from more than 15,000 years old to currently active Cascade-landslide-complex_with-landslide-edit.jpg landslides in the western Columbia Gorge in Skamania County, WA, shows that there are many more landslides
Slide Identification and Evaluation in Norway
landslide areas so that the problem areas can be identified and the population can be warned of University Department of Geology, entitled "Deciphering a Newly Discovered Bedrock Landslide Complex Landslides , assess, and monitor potential landslides. These methods include historical records, helicopter and work he has done with the Norwegian Geological Survey (NGU). Norway is a country with a landslide the use of each method in the Norwegian landslide work. His presentation included a video clip from an his research with the Norwegian Geological Survey (NGU). Norway is a country with a landslide
Landslides and Debris Flows
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Landslides and Debris Flows
Landslides and Debris Flows
Helicopter Trip to Mt. St. Helens
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A Sharper Image of the Landslides of Skamania County
Lake landslide, taken in 2012. Photographer Tom Pierson, USGS CVO. Synopsis of GSOC Friday Night volcano hazards. Pierson’s involvement in Skamania County, Washington, landslide risk assessment began comprising the Cascade Landslide Complex. From the USGS publication “Landslides in the western View upslope to the headscarp of the Red Bluffs landslide, seen from the surface of the Crescent personnel about a large landslide in Rock Creek just west of the town of Stevenson in the Columbia A Sharper Image of the Landslides of Skamania County
Newly discovered Hyenfjord landslide complex: Lecture this Friday Oct. 10
Dr. Adam Booth: Deciphering a newly discovered bedrock landslide complex above Hyenfjord, western such as tsunami-like displacement waves. The landslide team at the Norwegian Geological Survey recently Newly discovered Hyenfjord landslide complex: Lecture this Friday Oct. 10
Landslide that happened last November at Arcadia Beach on the northern Oregon Coast.
Landslide that happened last November at Arcadia Beach on the northern Oregon Coast.
An abandoned section of very bad pavement (due to continuing landslide) on Hwy 101 north of Newport.
An abandoned section of very bad pavement (due to continuing landslide) on Hwy 101 north of Newport.
Streams have made deep cuts in the Mt. St. Helens landslide.
Friday Night Lecture Feb. 13, Dr. Scott Burns: Mt. Lassen a 'Must See' Geological Site
most perfect in the US! An incredible debris avalanche landslide came off of the top of the volcano
Johnson Creek Geology
from recent periods of glaciation is bad for landslides but good for farming. Headwaters plateau (in
Board Meeting Notes
), Adam Booth on landslides in Norwegian fiords (October), Martin Streck (November), and Scott Burns on
Janet's Journal: GSOC Mount Hood and Eliot Glacier Field Trip
yards at the head of Polallie Creek Canyon on the northeast flank of Mount Hood. The landslide was headscarp of the 1980 landslide that caused a flood at Pollalie Creek downstream. Searching for extremely wet antecedent conditions combined to trigger a landslide of approximately 5,000 cubic
In Memory of Dr. John Whitmer, 1923-2016
the 1959 Madison Canyon earthquake and landslide with three of the university’s geology professors
GSOC Past Presidents 2010-14
covered relevant topics including landslides, earthquake hazards, and shale gas production. 2014
Snake River Plain and Albion Mountains Field Trip
Basalt (and Yahoo Clay) the Bliss Landslide. As you can see, this will be a week packed full of geologic
Paleoseismicity Research: From Trench to Earthquake Hazard Map
record of all the turbidite (ie., underwater landslide) deposits in the underwater canyons of the Oregon
Dark Noon
hot volcanic gases that blew out of the hole left by a massive landslide on the northeast side of the
Climbing Through Cascades Geology
, because the weakened rock near the summit can trigger landslides without an eruption or earthquake to set
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