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A landslide caused by an overflowing mountain lake swept through a village in Afghanistan resulting in killing at least 10 people and destroying 300 houses.

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A section of Highway 1 in California re-opened 14 months after a major landslide buried the road which connects San Francisco and Los Angeles.

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Wednesday, 25 July 2018 15:09

July Issue of the Geoengineer.org Newsletter is out! Featured

Geoengineer.org is excited to announce the July Newsletter Issue#157!

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Wednesday, 25 July 2018 01:00

Block caving: A new mining method arises

Block caving is a new alternative method of developing new mines or extending the operation of open pits.

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Volgograd Arena, one of the 2018 World Cup stadiums, has been severely damaged by a landslide the day of the France-Croatia final.

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Heavy rains triggered the collapse of a wall in Mumbai's Wadala East, forcing over 200 residents to vacate their flats and burring at least six cars.

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Want to see how Hayward Baker put together a TRD rig in under 60 seconds?

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Thursday, 19 July 2018 11:51

Capabilities of GeoTesting Express’ Rock Testing Featured

GeoTesting Express performs a full-range of tests on rock. We prepare and tests rock specimens in-house.

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Wednesday, 18 July 2018 14:52

GeoWorld mobile app for ANDROID is launched Featured

Connect with the biggest geotechnical community with just one TAP!

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Wednesday, 18 July 2018 01:00

Glacier breaking captured in Greenland

A four-mile iceberg breaking away from a glacier in Greenland was captured by a team of scientists on June 22 2018.

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