Available for download the Multilingual Landslide Glossary (Krauter, Zhang, Cruden, Lefèbvre, Beltran, Russiani, Ter-Stepanian). IAEG2014 Keynote Lecture – Using the Working Classification of Landslides to assess the danger from a Natural Slope
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