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There have been a number of reports of landslides in the Lebanon since the start of the year. Reports Jan. 9 described a landslide on the Tyre — Sidon highway, injuring one person.

source: The Landslide Blog

The Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists 2019 Annual Meeting invites you to submit an abstract for publication and presentation at the 67th Annual Meeting in Asheville, North Carolina, Sept. 17-22. Abstract online submittal is now open. The deadline to submit...

source: AEG

In a recent paper in the journal Landslides, Chen et al. (2018) describe an ancient landslide at Xuelongnang in Tibet. This rockslide blocked the Jinsha River, creating a lake.

source: The Landslide Blog

The potential development of an El Niño in 2019 poses a risk of costs rising among miners relying on hydroelectric power generation in key Latin American markets, according to new Fitch Solutions industry analysis report.

source: Mining.com

Something strange is going on at the top of the world. Earth’s north magnetic pole has been skittering away from Canada and towards Siberia, driven by liquid iron sloshing within the planet’s core.

source: Nature

Energy Resources of Australia is reviewing “all funding options” to pay for the full closure and rehabilitating of its Ranger uranium mine, after studies showed the cost would be almost $300 million higher than...

source: Mining.com


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