duminică, 3 aprilie 2011

Californian frequent landslides sign of major geological change?

- A major artery through southern Humboldt County was shut down on March 30 following a massive slide of mud and rocks, the California Highway Patrol said. Officials estimated that the stretch of Highway 101 could be closed for up to two weeks. Tons of debris tumbled and slid onto the highway about 5 miles north of Garberville causing the road to buckle under the weight. California Department of Transportation spokeswoman Julie East estimated the slide was about 183 meters wide and about 460 meters up the side of the slope. Full story:

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