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Landslide Reporter
Contribute landslides to a global NASA landslide inventory and you can help inform decisions that could save lives and property today.
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Landslide Reporter Aug 13
Thank you for sharing, and we hope you can send this to
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USGS Aug 5
Landslides 101 - What they are, where they occur, and why we study them
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Landslide Reporter Aug 7
Thank you for sharing! Have you made a report yet on ?
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Rob Simmon Jul 26
A debris flow (aka mudslide), plausibly triggered by global warming (extreme heat & rapidly melting snow), truncated a stage of the . Sometimes my interests collide in unexpected ways.
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Landslide Reporter Jul 26
Replying to @AstroMelina
Thank you, Melina!
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Melina🏳️‍⚧️ Jul 26
Replying to @LandslideReport
Did submit the report. You can watch from 2:41 in the video in the link below. It has a better quality and is a bit longer.
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Melina🏳️‍⚧️ Jul 26
The stage 19 of the Tour de France had to be stopped because of a landslide. I am going to submit this landslide as soon as I can get the accurate position. (Tweeted again because of typos)
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Dimitrios Zekkos, PhD, PE Jul 17
Excited to participate with our NASA Landslides research team (, , Robert Emberson) in disasters research meeting and see the breadth of disaster-related research conducted. So many opportunities for collaboration!
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Landslide Reporter Jul 19
Replying to @NASAGO
Thank you for sharing!
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Landslide Reporter Jul 16
Replying to @gregcocks_kiwi
Thank you for sharing our work!
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Thomas Zurbuchen Jul 15
Landslides are among the most pervasive hazards worldwide, causing 1000s of deaths & billions of dollars in damage every year. But the exact number of landslides is unknown. Citizen scientists are helping NASA expand the global map. See how you can assist:
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Mika McKinnon Jul 15
Did you see a landslide? Gimme data! (Well, give NASA data. I’ll scrounge from them.)
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PLOS ONE Jul 4
Citizen scientists are key to this new initiative that crowdsources landslide reports across the world. Check out the Landslide Reporter project and contribute your report:
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NASA Earth Jul 12
Know of a that has not been covered in the news? You can report it here: Help scientists with build the largest publicly available global landslide database and improve their landslide hazard model.
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Landslide Reporter Jul 10
Replying to @marckuchner @NASA
Thank you for sharing, !
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Landslide Reporter Jul 10
Replying to @FedCitSci
Thank you for your support!
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Landslide Reporter Jul 10
Citizen scientists are helping NASA expand the global map of landslides! Our new paper details the Cooperative Open Online Landslide Repository (COOLR), its citizen science results from its first year, and the next steps:
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Landslide Reporter Jun 18
Excellent news for - the global fatal landslide database is now available to download and analyze. We hope to cross reference this with the Global Landslide Catalog in the near future.
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Landslide Reporter Jun 13
A totally different event here in the UK - a great reminder that there's a whole spectrum of types of motion for landslides, from single boulders to flowing as a granular fluid.
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Landslide Reporter Jun 13
Landslides can take a lot of different forms, determined by a range of factors. This giant boulder in Switzerland looks like it's split from a larger rock face, and destroyed the road below.
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