Landslides are a serious geologic hazard that cause billions of dollars in damage and thousands of deaths and injuries each year throughout the world. Often associated with periods of heavy rainfall or rapid snow melt, landslides are capable of rapid movement with enormous destructive capacity. Earthquakes and volcanic activity can also precipitate landslides. Landslide preparedness involves individuals knowing about the hazard potential where they live and taking various steps to reduce the personal risk from these geologic phenomenon. These resources provide basic information about landslides and landslide preparedness.
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