A small truck had a lucky escape when a powerful rockslide hit a road in Chongzhou in Sichuan Province in China
The Landslide Blog is written by Dave Petley, who is widely recognized as a world leader in the study and management of landslides. On 12 November 2014, an 8.45 million cubic metre landslide occurred in a mine waste pile at the Dagushan open-pit iron mine in Anshan, China. The failure occurred in a a huge […]
The Tibetan Plateau is a major force in the global climate system and a hot spot for climate change. A new review summarizes the state of knowledge and identifies research needs related to the region.
A Bayesian, optimal estimation evaluation of state-of-the-art methane inventory with satellite-based emissions from 2009 to 2018 finds substantial differences for livestock, rice, and coal emissions.
Xie et al. 2023 describe the ancient, 35 million cubic metre, valley-blocking Temi landslide in China.
La erosión del suelo derivada del desarrollo económico mueve sedimentos hacia el mar del sur de China y también hacia los esqueletos de los corales.
Soil erosion from economic development sent sediments into the South China Sea—and into coral skeletons.
Winds kick up large amounts of dust from the desert that has formed as the world’s fourth largest lake has disappeared, spreading it around the region and raising concerns about public health.