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The Most Costly Landslide?
April 21, 2013 | The Landslide Blog

Dave Petley has a post about the massive landslide at the Bingham Canyon Copper Mine. Discussed are the landslide detection system used to predict the slide and the speculated financial impact of the slide.


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How Big Was the Bingham Canyon Landslide?
May 20, 2013 | Salt Lake City Tribune
An article in the Salt Lake City Tribune compares the landslide at the Bingham Canyon copper mine to other large landslides that have occurred during recorded history. Related: World's Largest Landslide

Review of the Bingham Canyon Slide
July 23, 2013 | MineWeb.com
The MineWeb.com website has an article titled: "Inside Bingham Canyon -- N. American mining's largest, most successful landslide". Related: Landslide Hazards (USGS)

Landslide on an Incredible Scale
December 26, 2013 | The Landslide Blog
A post on the Landslide Blog from 2008 includes a video of a megalandslide in Malasia that occurred in 1993. It appears to be at a mining operation that had excavated below sea level and very close to the coastline. In the last stages of the slide the sea rushes in.


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