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source: Twitter

The recovery operations in the Tapovan area of Chamoli, India, continue. The remains of 68 people had been recovered, with another 135 still missing. Operations continue in the tunnel, where more victims are thought to be located,...

source: The Landslide Blog

An ancient, well-preserved tree that was alive the last time the Earth's magnetic poles flipped has helped scientists pin down more precise timing of that event, which occurred about 42,000 years ago. This new information has led them...

source: NPR

A very large landslide occurred near to the town of Chunchi in Ecuador. The scale of the landslide makes this a somewhat unusual event. It was captured on a couple of videos that were posted to Twitter.

source: The Landslide Blog

As part of the social responsibility of Nepal Geological Society, the registration fee for your virtual presentations/participation will be waived. There will be no registration fee involved for your participation/presentation,...

source: IAEG

When planetary scientists create a geologic map, they identify unique groups of rocks and sediments called geologic units. Each geologic unit is assigned its own color to make it easy to identify across the map.

source: USGS


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