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Presented here is a point cloud collected by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) using an oblique plane-mounted camera system, covering the area of the Mud Creek landslide on California State Route 1 (SR1), Mud Creek, Big Sur, California. The point cloud is referenced to previously published lidar data and contains RGB information as well as XYZ. Point cloud coordinates are in NAD83 UTM Zone 10 meters. Imagery was collected with a Nikon D800 camera in RAW format and processed using structure-from-motion photogrammetry with Agisoft PhotoScan version 1.2.8 through 1.3.2. Pointclouds were clipped to an AOI using LASTools. The AOI was created from a KMZ in Google Earth and transformed to a shapefile using ArcMap 10.5.
Tags: Bathymetry and Elevation, Big Sur, CMHRP, California, Cape San Martin, All tags...
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This folder contains landslide inventories of the M 6.3 Lefkada, Greece earthquake, which occurred on 2003-08-14 at 05:14:54 UTC. The hypocenter was located at 39.160°N 20.605°E at a depth of 10.0 km. For further information see the link to the full USGS event page for this earthquake under “Related External Resources” below. With the exception of the data from USGS sources, the inventory data and associated metadata were not acquired by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and thus have not been reviewed for accuracy and completeness by the USGS. They are presented as part of this data series for convenience of the user only, as part of an effort to make published ground-failure inventories more accessible from...
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This inventory was originally created by Gorum and others (2014) describing the landslides triggered by a sequence of earthquakes, with the largest being the M 6.2 17 km N of Puerto Aisen, Chile earthquake that occurred on 21 April 2007 at 23:45:56 UTC. Care should be taken when comparing with other inventories because different authors use different mapping techniques. This inventory includes landslides triggered by a sequence of earthquakes rather than a single mainshock. Please check the author methods summary and the original data source for more information on these details and to confirm the viability of this inventory for your specific use. With the exception of the data from USGS sources, the inventory...
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This inventory was originally created by Xu and others (2014) describing the landslides triggered by the M 5.9 Gansu, China earthquake, also known as the Minxian - Zhangxian earthquake, that occurred on 21 July 2013 at 23:45:56 UTC. Care should be taken when comparing with other inventories because different authors use different mapping techniques. This inventory also could be associated with other earthquakes such as aftershocks or triggered events. Please check the author methods summary and the original data source for more information on these details and to confirm the viability of this inventory for your specific use. With the exception of the data from USGS sources, the inventory data and associated metadata...
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This inventory was originally created by the Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, El Salvador (2001) describing the landslides triggered by the M 7.7 San Miguel, El Salvador earthquake that occurred on 13 January 2001 at 17:33:32 UTC. Care should be taken when comparing with other inventories because different authors use different mapping techniques. This inventory also could be associated with other earthquakes such as aftershocks or triggered events. Please check the author methods summary and the original data source for more information on these details and to confirm the viability of this inventory for your specific use. With the exception of the data from USGS sources, the inventory data and...
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This inventory was originally created by Zhao (2021) describing the landslides triggered by the M 7.5 Palu, Indonesia earthquake that occurred on 28 September 2018 at 10:02:45 UTC. Care should be taken when comparing with other inventories because different authors use different mapping techniques. This inventory also could be associated with other earthquakes such as aftershocks or triggered events. Please check the author methods summary and the original data source for more information on these details and to confirm the viability of this inventory for your specific use. With the exception of the data from USGS sources, the inventory data and associated metadata were not acquired by the U.S. Geological Survey...
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Album caption: Flow failure down a hillside slope on the Nunez Ranch 4 miles (6.4 km) east of Half Moon Bay. Note the man standing at the base of the deposited debris and a second man standing on the lower edge of the cavity at the top of the slide. Additional incipient flow failures with much smaller movements also occurred on the convex hill to the left of the principal landslide. Photograph previously published in Lawson and others (1908, pl. 133B) with caption "Earth-flow 4 miles east of Half Moon Bay." San Mateo County, California. 1906. Published as figure 22 in U. S. Geological Survey Professional paper 993. 1978. (Not available from U.S.G.S. Photo Library. Photograph by R. A. Anderson, J.C. Branner...
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Album caption: Blackfeet Indian Reservation. "Quartzite gravel," possibly pre- Wisconsin glacial drift, west end of top of Landslide Butte, NW1/4, Sec. 3, T. 36 N., R. 8 W. Part indicated by hammer has a clay matrix and resembles glacial till. No striated pebbles found. Blackfoot quadrangle. Glacier County, Montana. September 5, 1912.
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Kaiparowits Coal Basin, Utah. Landslide debris just north of Fifty-Mile Point looking west near the south end of Fifty-Mile Mountain. Landslide and debris- flow material has moved toward the viewer from near the base of the highest cliffs onto the intermediate bench of Dakota Sandstone as a sheet slide and locally has flowed down over Morrison-Entrada cliffs as a lobate debris slide. Boulders in debris slide are as large as 40 feet. Debris flow formed at lower end. 1976. Portion of figure 9, U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1601.
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San Fernando Earthquake, February 9, 1971, 6:01am PST. (Roll 10, Frame 4). Oblique air view northeast into Pacoima Canyon, of housing development northeast of Shinsaw Ave., and Hubbard Street. (Far northeast corner of Sylmar Area). Many homes in this area were condemned due to damage during the quake. Hazy portion of picture is due to dust clouds produced by landslides which continue for several days after quake. Feb 11, 1971.
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Album caption: Cape Fortunes (False Cape) landslide, one of the largest landslides triggered by the 1906 shock. View toward toe showing extension of toe into Pacific Ocean in background. Similar photograph previously published by Lawson and others (1908, pl. 127B) with caption "Earth-slump at Cape Fortunas, Humboldt County." Humboldt County, California. 1906. Published as figure 67-B in U. S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 993. 1978. (Not available from U. S. G. S. Photo Library. Photograph by A.S. Eakle, courtesy of The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.)
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Municipal crews attempt to clear streets and drainage systems of water, mud and debris between record-breaking rains in late July/early August 2006. El Paso County was declared a Federal Disaster Area following rain and thunderstorms which caused mud slides. (Photograph by Robert J. Alvey/FEMA)
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Los Angeles County, California, landslides. Pacific Palisades. Start of cleanup of February 3, 1956, landslide at the west end of Via de las Olas. View is northwest. February 4, 1956.
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Landslide near Uintah. Weber County, Utah. no date. (Panorama with photo no. 3484). Published as plate 17-A in U.S. Geologocal Survey Professional Paper 153. 1928. See Woolley, Photo No. wrr00330. (now-then27).
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Alaska Earthquake March 27, 1964. Landslide effects in Turnagain Heights in Anchorage. 1964.
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Talus slopes on cliffs, left by Simcoe Landslide. Twenty miles southeast of North Yakima, Washington. Yakima County, Washington. 1892. Plate 4 in US Geological Survey Bulletin 108. 1893.
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Subaerial landslides at the head of Barry Arm Fjord in southern Alaska could generate tsunamis (if they rapidly failed into the Fjord) and are therefore a potential threat to people, marine interests, and infrastructure throughout the Prince William Sound region. Knowledge of ongoing landslide movement is essential to understanding the threat posed by the landslides. Because of the landslides' remote location, field-based ground monitoring is challenging. Alternatively, periodic acquisition and interferometric processing of satellite-based synthetic aperture radar data provide an accurate means to remotely monitor landslide movement. Interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) uses two Synthetic Aperture...
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Chalk Cliffs, located 8 miles southwest of Buena Vista, Colorado, is one of the most active debris-flow areas in the state (U.S. Geological Survey). This "Child item" page includes videos of floods captured by one of the high-definition cameras at the monitoring site in Chalk Cliffs, CO. This camera (Firehose Camera) is located near the bottom of the channel. The attached figure "station_and_camera_locations.png" provides an overview figure with the location of the four cameras and three stations along the channel. Video recording for all cameras is triggered using a rainfall threshold (Michel et al., 2019). The complete videos for all the cameras are downloaded manually during site visits. More detailed information...


map background search result map search result map "Quartzite gravel," possibly pre- Wisconsin glacial drift, west end of top of Landslide Butte. Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Montana.1912. Landslide near Uintah. Weber County, Utah. no date. Landslide(?) damage to lower Van Norman Dam. San Fernando, California, Earthquake February 1971. 1971. Landslide and other damage at lower Van Norman Dam. San Fernando, California, Earthquake February 1971. 1971. Flow failure down a hillside slope on the Nunez Ranch, east of Half Moon Bay. San Mateo County, California. 1906. Cape Fortunes (False Cape) landslide,  Humboldt County, California. 1906. El Paso Landslide. El Paso County, Texas. 2006. Gorum and others (2014) 2003-08-14 Lefkada, Greece M 6.3 Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, El Salvador (2001) Xu and others (2014) Structure-from-motion point cloud of Mud Creek, Big Sur, California, 2017-05-27 Interferometric synthetic aperture radar data from 2020 for landslides at Barry Arm Fjord, Alaska Flood Video Files for Firehose Camera, Chalk Cliffs, Colorado, USA, 2017 Zhao (2021) Flood Video Files for Firehose Camera, Chalk Cliffs, Colorado, USA, 2017 Structure-from-motion point cloud of Mud Creek, Big Sur, California, 2017-05-27 Interferometric synthetic aperture radar data from 2020 for landslides at Barry Arm Fjord, Alaska Landslide(?) damage to lower Van Norman Dam. San Fernando, California, Earthquake February 1971. 1971. Landslide and other damage at lower Van Norman Dam. San Fernando, California, Earthquake February 1971. 1971. Xu and others (2014) 2003-08-14 Lefkada, Greece M 6.3 Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, El Salvador (2001) Cape Fortunes (False Cape) landslide,  Humboldt County, California. 1906. "Quartzite gravel," possibly pre- Wisconsin glacial drift, west end of top of Landslide Butte. Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Montana.1912. El Paso Landslide. El Paso County, Texas. 2006.