Hear Earthquakes Triggered by the Bingham Canyon Mine Landslide
January 7, 2014 | The University of Utah
"Last year’s gigantic landslide at a Utah copper mine probably was the biggest nonvolcanic slide in North America’s modern history, and included two rock avalanches that happened 90 minutes apart and surprisingly triggered 16 small earthquakes." Quoted from The University of Utah press release.
The story is accompanied by a sound file that allows you to hear the second rock avalanche followed by three earthquakes.
Video of an Enormous Avalanche in France
April 30, 2013 | Ski-Powder.com
This Ski-Powder.com video clearly shows the speed and power of an avalanche. It appears to have been filmed by a climber who calmly filmed the event and panned up and down the chute to show final streams of snow and water. An instant rainbow formed when the snow hit the river.
Hazard: Landslides Triggered by Earthquakes in Seattle
October 23, 2013 | University of Washington
"The next big earthquake on the Seattle Fault could trigger destructive landslides in the city, potentially affecting a much larger area than previously thought, and in areas outside those currently considered to be landslide prone." Quoted from the University of Washington press release.