Software

Landslide Search

Geoscience Australia
Geoscience Australia
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clientservices@ga.gov.au

Brief description

This database allows users to search for
- naturally-occurring landslides - landslides with a significant human contribution or directly triggered by humans,- flood events causing significant erosion, and - flash flood events involving mud or debris - which have been recorded by Geoscience Australia and contributing scientific organisations and returns these landslide and flood events along with their associated data.
- Human-triggered landslides include events such as sand collapses caused by children digging holes or tunnels, boulders displaced by climbers, rock ledges breaking off when a person stands or sits on them, and collapses caused by excavation. Landslides are often called landslips and the terms are interchangeable.
Last updated June 2018

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Issued: 2012

: 06 2018

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text: northlimit=-9; southlimit=-44; westlimit=96; eastLimit=168

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Download the Landslide Database (last updated June 2018)

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