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Image: House Damage from 2011 Central Virginia Earthquake<br />
Damage to a house in Louisa County, Virginia, after a magnitude 5.8 earthquake on August 23, 2011.
Image: Floodwater at Wild Rice River
Acoustic doppler used to record measurements on Wild Rice River during 2010 flood. Photo taken from bridge at 174th Ave and 124th St southwest of Horace, ND.
Image: Pedernales River at Hamilton Pool Crossing after September 1952 Flood
Pedernales River at Hamilton Pool Crossing after September 1952 flood. Trees destroyed by flood of September 11, 1952. Discharge of Pedernales River near Spicewood, TX (USGS station 08154000) was 452,000 cfs.
Image: Floodwater at Wild Rice River
Ice and debris buildup on bridge over Wild Rice River. Photo taken at 174th Ave and 124th St southwest of Horace, ND.
Image: Lakes Formed by Landslide Dams, Due  to the Haiti Earthquake
Small lakes were impounded by landslide dams on a tributary stream northwest of Jacmel, Haiti.
Image: Floodwater at Wild Rice River
USGS personnel at work using acoustic doppler on bridge over Wild Rice River. Photo taken at 174th Ave and 124th St southwest of Horace, ND.
Image: Grand Forks Flooding
2009 Red River flooding in Grand Forks, North Dakota
Image: Earthquake and Landslides in the Union of the Comoros
A magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck the island of Anjouan in the Union of the Comoros on March 12, 2014. Heavy rainfall trigger landslides and damages were incurred to buildings, roads, and water supplies. As a precaution, more than 3,000 citizens living below the landslides were moved to a refugee camp. The USGS and the OFDA with USAID are providing support and research assistance on the event...
Image: Flooded Cattle Ranch
Cattle Ranch with typically 100 head of cattle currently flooded from the spring melt of higher than average snow accumulation.
Image: House Damage from 2011 Central Virginia Earthquake<br />
Chimney damage to a house in Louisa County, Virginia, after a magnitude 5.8 earthquake on August 23, 2011.
Image: Coastal Landslide Caused by the 2010 Haiti Earthquake
Earthquake-triggered landslide on south coast of Haiti near village of Nan Diamant.