As an historic pandemic ravaged the globe, Earth science as a whole has had to deal with major changes and delays...In spite of all the churn and change and challenges, we were still able to do some great work in geophysics and hydrogeology.
One of the areas of applied research we have been doing more of lately at the ISGS is delineation of landslides and creep failures. These occur on steep slopes where water works its way into the subsurface and reduces the friction that is holding the slope up. Creep Failure, where land moves slowly over time. … Continue reading 3D Imaging of Landslides