Achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals may only be possible if human activities are central to critical zone science.
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 […]
Xie et al. 2023 describe the ancient, 35 million cubic metre, valley-blocking Temi landslide in China.
During 2013-2019, a distinct seasonality for trends of aerosol concentrations and optical properties was found over Northern China.
Vegetation restoration over the Chinese Loess Plateau can enhance atmospheric moisture convergence, increasing the precipitation enough to compensate for the vegetation water consumption.
Slow carbon seep long after eruptions have ceased could shape the carbon cycle on geological timescales.
A new Bayesian inversion framework is used to solve non-planar geometry of a ruptured fault from spatially variable slip and rake measured with geodesy.
Seismic ship surveys and seabed elevation maps of the Yangtze subaqueous delta reveal how the reduction of sediment supply to the coastal ocean can trigger increased greenhouse gas emissions.