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Eastern Canada landslide risk – final post (I think…)


Following this morning’s post, here, landslide susceptibility and risk in eastern Canada part 3, I’ve done some further work on spatial orgaization of the risk map, looking for a meaningful and efficient way to draw priorities from it. I previously … Continue reading

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Sensitive clay large landslide risk in eastern Canada part 3 (conclusion)


This should be the final post in a series of three to develop some ideas about regional scale risk associated with large landslides in sensitive clay in eastern Canada. The first two parts are here: landslide susceptibility and risk in … Continue reading

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Landslide Risk in Eastern Ontario and southern Quebec


Earlier today I started a discussion about landslide susceptibility and risk in eastern Canada here: landslide susceptibility and risk in eastern Canada. This post will extend that discussion and (I think) almost wrap the topic up. The final piece will … Continue reading

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