Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

Geology: Mass wasting examples

see also http://www.flickr.com/photos/ilikegooglebetter/galleries/72157625691830948/
139 Pins151 Followers

Over the weekend a number of reports came in about a crack in the earth showing up in the southern foothills of the Big Horn Mountains. A friend of ours,

Huge Crack In The Earth Opens Up In The Foothills Of The Bighorn Mountains[GALLERY]

k2radio.com

Over the weekend a number of reports came in about a crack in the earth showing up in the southern foothills of the Big Horn Mountains. A friend of ours,

1

Huge Crack In The Earth Opens Up In The Foothills Of The Bighorn Mountains[GALLERY]

k2radio.com

Volume 45, Number 2 May 2013 The Early Miocene Markagunt Megabreccia UGS Releases New Interactive Geologic Map Energy News: Liquid-rich Shale Potential of the Uinta and Paradox Basins Geologic Maps As Art Glad You Asked: Can Rockfalls Cause Wildfires? GeoSights: Notch Peak—BIG Cliff, Millard County Teacher's Corner Survey News New Publications

Pinned from

geology.utah.gov

iron diagensis

Pinned from

flickr.com

Landslides south of Zion National park

Pinned from

flickr.com

earth flow

3

Giant's Causeway: Geomorphology-->Predicting instability

qub.ac.uk

Deforestation- This landslide in El Salvador in 2001, was caused after severe deforestation weakened the land, so that when an earthquake struck, the landslide alone killed 585 people in one town.

4

Pinned from

clashdaily.com

from The Mountain That Moves

Frank Slide

First Nations of the Blackfoot and K’tunaxa tribes gave Turtle Mountain its iconic name, The Mountain that Moves. It has been said that they...

1

Pinned from

themountainthatmoves.tumblr.com

from The Mountain That Moves

Frank Slide

Frank Slide, the rock slide that occurred in 1903 named after the town it destroyed, was caused by frost wedge fissures that had enlarged fr...

2

Pinned from

themountainthatmoves.tumblr.com

"An aerial view of the amazing Crowsnest Pass in southern Alberta, Canada. See Turtle Mountain, site of the disastrous rockslide of 1903 in ...

1

Pinned from

youtube.com