Hundreds of slow-moving landslides’ deformation patterns were inverted to obtain their thickness and frictional strength, revealing that larger landslides are weaker and thinner than smaller ones.
An increase in activity of hundreds of slow-moving landslides during extreme wet conditions in California provides insights into the landscape response to ongoing climate change.
Researchers investigate whether rain droplets alone can cause enough erosion to impact the shapes of hills.
New mathematical approach lets researchers analyze potentially unstable slopes in three dimensions without testing every possible landslide shape.
Researchers investigate the strength of Oregon’s coastal hillsides in the face of an earthquake.