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Great Photos of Sills in Colorado
January 27, 2013 | Leadville Geology Facebook Page

If you have not seen very many sills, then you should visit the Leadville Geology Facebook page. Vince Matthews has posted dozens of photos showing sills in roadcuts, natural outcrops and cross-sections. There’s also a video about how sills form.


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Bitter Springs Landslide
February 24, 2013 | Arizona Geology Blog
A section of Highway 89 between Page and Flagstaff was damaged by a slide. The Arizona Geology Blog has several posts about the slide. A larger collection of photos is posted on the Arizona Department of Transportation's Facebook page. Dave Petley has geological commentary on The Landslide Blog.

Geologic Hazards in Colorado
March 31, 2014 | Colorado Geological Survey
The Colorado Geological Survey has one of the best geology pages on the web. Their Geologic Hazards in Colorado page is so valuable because it has links to several excellent videos about the state's important hazards. You can watch some of the videos by using these links (you don't have to live in Colorado to learn something important): Avalanche, Debris Flow, Earthquake, Hazardous Soils, Landslides, Mine Subsidence and Rock Fall. Here's a sample video....

Photos of the Bingham Canyon Mine Landslide
April 16, 2013 | Deseret News
The Deseret News has an article about the recent landslide at the Bingham Canyon copper mine. They also have a collection of fifty-one photos. Added: A Kennecott Utah Copper photo collection is available on Flickr


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