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Predicting Landslide Hazards in Near Real-Time

For the first time, scientists can examine rain–induced landslide threats anywhere around the world every 30 minutes.


NASA Earth Observatory images by Joshua Stevens, using landslide susceptibility data provided by Thomas Stanley and Dalia Kirschbaum (NASA/GSFC). Story by Kasha Patel, adapted from a NASA release.

Published April 17, 2018
Data acquired 2001 - 2016

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