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The Landslide Hazards Program conducts basic research, carries out landslide hazard assessments, pursues landslide investigations and forecasts, provides technical assistance to respond to landslide emergencies, and engages in outreach activities.
Science briefs about new landslides research written for non-scientists.
Landslide and debris flow warning signs, what to do before, during, and after.
What is a landslide? Where do landslides occur? Why study landslides? What's the difference between a landslide and a debris flow?