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Landslides, Rockfalls, Mudflows, Debris Flows

LandslidesLandslides Landslides A USGS fact sheet about landslides and events that trigger them. Debris FlowsDebris Flows Debris Flows are moving masses of loose mud, sand, soil, rock and water. Geology ToolsGeology Tools Geology Tools - Hammers, field bags, hand lenses, maps, hardness picks, gold pans. Rockfall PhotosRock Fall Photos Yosemite Rockfall Photos A photo sequence of a rockfall and debris avalanche by Herb Dunn.
Yosemite RockfallYosemite Rock Fall Hazards Yosemite Rockfall Hazards Learn what the Park Service is doing to reduce rockfall hazard. Largest LandslidesLargest Landslides Largest Landslides Heart Mountain and Storegga - Earth*s largest known landslides. Debris Flow HazardsDebris Flow Hazards Debris Flow Hazards Rapid landslides that can attain speeds over 30 miles per hour. Volcanic MudflowsLahars - Volcanic Mudflows Lahars are mudflows that are composed of volcanic debris and water.
Largest TsunamiLargest Tsunami Largest Tsunami The wave with the highest run-up was triggered by a rockfall. Saidmarreh LandslideSaidmarreh Landslide Saidmarreh Landslide, Iran One of the world*s largest slides - over five cubic miles of debris! Landslide InsuranceLandslide Insurance Homeowners Insurance and Landslides Most policies do not cover landslide damage.  



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