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The monsoon is developing rapidly in South Asia now, with landslide fatalities being recorded in India and Bangladesh in the last few days. The forecast for the east of Nepal and parts of North India is quite concerning;...

source: The Landslide Blog

As written by Dave Petley, "Last December I was fortunate to attend the Second JTC1 Workshop: Triggering and Propagation of Rapid Flow-like Landslides, which was held at the Hong University of Science and Technology....

source: The Landslide Blog

Check out what's going on in the world of geological science: Extremely hard yet metallically conductive: Researchers develop novel material with high-tech prospects (University of Bayreuth via Phys.org) Earth's core has been leaking for billions of years (The Conversation...

source: IAEG

The YEG (Young Engineering Geologists) will be having an ice breaker at the ARC 12 meeting on Jeju Island in Korea Sept. 24. Details will be forthcoming!

source: IAEG

1-6 Sept. 2019 Morteratsch (Switzerland) Topics to be covered in lectures, excursions and workshops include dating techniques such as numerical methods (radiocarbon, exposure dating with cosmogenic nuclides, OSL, 137Cs,...

source: University of Zurich

Hotel De Bently, Plot 892, Ngozi Okonjo Iweala Street Utako District, Abuja, Nigeria 27-30 Oct. 2019 The theme of the 2nd IAEG African Regional Congress reflects on the role of geology in the Sustainable Development of African Countries....

source: IAEG


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