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The Brazilian state of Minas Gerais has always been considered the heartland of Brazil, evoking images of rural hospitality, hearty food and rococo colonial architecture nestled between beautiful mountains and rolling hills. Underneath its lush geography is what really keeps...

source: State of the Planet

On March 16, heavy rainfall in the Sentani area of Papua region of Indonesia triggered landslides and debris flows that are known to have killed at least 89 people, with reports suggesting that at least another 74 people are missing....

source: The Landslide Blog

On March 15 at 6:10 p.m., a slope collapsed in the township of Zaoling in Linfeng City, Shanxi Province in China. The latest update on Xinhua indicates that 20 people are likely to have been killed, of whom 10 have been found to date and a further 16 were injured.

source: The Landslide Blog

On Feb. 27, 2010, a huge earthquake occurred off the coast of Chile. With a magnitude of 8.8, the 2010 Chile megathrust earthquake (also known as the Maule earthquake) was the sixth largest event in the instrument record, rupturing a section of fault 450 kilometers from...

source: The Landslide Blog

A Chinese geologists team succeeded in predicting a large rock slide one hour before the landslide actually occurred Feb. 17 in Guizhou province of China.

source: IAEG

U.S. Highway 101 will likely remain closed near Brookings, Oregon, for a few more days, says the Oregon Department of Transportation. ODOT and Tidewater Contractors have equipment on site and are standing by, ready to rebuild the quarter mile of highway after a slide near...

source: KTVL-TV


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