Landslide

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A downward slope movement of a potentially lethal mixture of water, rocks, and mud, triggered by earthquakes, volcanoes, or weather events
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They were concerned youngsters were at risk of being injured in land slips and in derelict mine buildings.
Like the UK, it tends to rain a bit in New Zealand and it's when the rain is lashing down, bouncing off the Tarmac, with a constant reminder of land slips, that being in a sturdy 4x4 is all that's required to be reassured of your safety.
Officials had warned for years that heavy tree-felling and rapid hydro development were making the mountain area struck by the mudslide vulnerable to flooding and land slips.
Where the land slips away, unseen, from the A46, tucked well beneath the road, the outlook is to the south and the Cotswolds.
CHILDREN trespassing on private land at an historic shale heap are at risk of being injured in land slips and in derelict mine buildings.
Officials have warned for years that heavy tree-felling and rapid hydro development were making the mountain area around Zhouqu vulnerable to land slips, government reports show.
THEIR clients range from householders wanting a subsidence survey on their homes to global oil and gas companies; from quarry operators to local authorities dealing with roads closed by land slips.
OFFICIALS have warned for years that heavy tree-felling and rapid hydro development were making a mountain area struck by China's deadliest mudslide in decades vulnerable to flooding and land slips.
Aerial inspection of the forested fiords near the quake s epicentre showed few land slips or other signs of damage.