The Landslide Blog is written by Dave Petley, who is widely recognized as a world leader in the study and management of landslides. Over the last two weeks, I travelled with my daughter Holly through Taiwan on vacation. Loyal readers will know that in the early part of my career I spent some time in […]
Les sols en érosion en raison du développement économique ont transporté des sédiments en mer de Chine méridionale… et jusque dans le squelette corallien.
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.
A new study finds nature can’t have it both ways: On the basis of thousands of case studies from dozens of hurricanes, there’s always a trade-off between resistance and resilience.
New research shows a growing threat from Pacific storms amid climate change.
New meteoric 10Be data quantify fast erosion of slates in the Zhuoshui River catchment in Taiwan and demonstrate the influence of lithology on landscape steepness.
A large plasma hole generated by the vertical launch of the Formosat-5 satellite created temporary navigating and positioning errors of up to 1 meter, according to a new study.
Uranium-lead dating of zircons from Taiwan’s east central metamorphic belt offers robust evidence that this uplifted terrane is some 90 million years younger than previously thought.