The Speed of the Oso Landslide
April 1, 2014 | National Geographic
National Geographic has an article that connects the high death toll of the Oso, Washington landslide with the speed of the slide.
Related: Landslides - USGS Fact Sheet
More Large Ancient Slides in the USA
April 15, 2014 | The Bellingham Herald
An article in The Bellingham Herald gives details on several very large landslides that dwarf the Oso Slide and all involved sudden, unpredictable collapse.
Related: Landslide incidence map
Pittsburgh: Landslide Capital of the East
April 8, 2014 | WTAE News
WTAE News has a video report on a large landslide, with a chute about 100 yards wide on the side of Mount Washington. Pittsburgh has lots of landslides because it is a city flanked by steep river valley walls, lots of precipitation and weak red shales forming much of the bedrock.
Related: Landslide Incidence Map