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On Aug. 2, a Twitter user named Swapna, a specialist in remote sensing, tweeted news of a valley-blocking debris flow high in the mountains of Tibet. The location is extremely remote, located upstream of Yigongxiang in Nyingchi, Tibet.

source: The Landslide Blog

The deadline of calling for Richard Wolters Prize nominations has been extended to Sept. 30, 2020. National/regional groups who still wish to nominate candidates for the Richard Wolters Prize, please submit the materials before the deadline.

source: IAEG

Pico da Neblina, or the “Mist Peak”, is Brazil’s highest mountain peak. For the Yanomami — South America’s largest “relatively isolated tribe” who live within the Amazon forests —...

source: The Bastion

Scientists at the University of Brighton say they have cracked one of archaeology’s greatest mysteries — how the the huge sarsen (sandstone) slabs that make up Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England, ended up at the ancient site. The stone megaliths — 52 in total...

source: The Art Newspaper

Despite freezing temperatures, scores of snakes slithered out of their hibernation dens in the weeks before a magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck the Chinese city of Haicheng on Feb. 4, 1975. The reptiles’ behavior, along with other incidents,...

source: Scientific American

A young volcanic island has been growing in the western Pacific Ocean since 2013. Since mid-June 2020, it has been going through a vigorous growth spurt. The images show some of the latest eruptive activity at Nishinoshima, a volcanic island about 600 miles south of Tokyo,...

source: EarthSky


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