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The Ripley Landslide is one of several slow moving landslides in the Thompson River Valley, near Ashcroft, British Columbia. Both the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railway main lines cross this landslide. As a result, the site is an important part of Canada's transportation network and...
Lihir Gold Mine in Papua New Guinea is one of the largest gold mines in the world situated in a seismically sensitive zone. The gold deposit is located in an extinct volcano in close proximity to the sea shore and presents a series of geohazards. Some geohazards are uncommon and include:...
Buried pipeline systems often transverse regions with a wide variety of soil types, geological conditions, or regions of varying seismicity, exposing these buried infrastructures to severe geohazards that pose a significant amount of risk to their structural and mechanical integrity. The...
Geohazard monitoring is becoming increasingly important alongside increased expectations for the protection of the public. Technological advances in the field of remote monitoring and instrumentation has allowed for an economically efficient means of data collection. Traditional methods of...