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2014 Oso, WA Landslide part of Hazards:Events
On Saturday, March 22, 2014, at 10:37 a.m. local time, a large landslide occurred near Oso, WA, USA. The collapse of the hillside generated a massive mudflow which rushed across the valley of the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River. The resulting debris field measured roughly 1 square mile. The slide and mudflow engulfed some 50 residences, buried an important highway through the area, and created a blockage that temporarily held back the river.
Tornado Visualizations part of Hazards: Collections
Compiled by Rob Thomas and John McDaris of SERC. Animations and films that illustrate or help students investigate how tornadoes form, current research about the science involved, and the effects of tornados of ...
Volcano Visualizations part of Hazards: Collections
Compiled by John McDaris and Kendra Murray at SERC. This collection presents links to visualizations of volcanoes and volcanic processes. Visualizations include general depictions of igneous processes as well as ...
Oil Spills part of Hazards: Collections
Oil spills cause enormous amounts of damage to ocean and coastal ecosystems and the human populations that depend on them for subsistence, employment, and commerce. These resources speak to the effects of oil spills and aid educators in teaching about these catastrophic events.
2013 Chelyabinsk Meteor part of Hazards:Events
At 9:20AM local time on February 15, 2013, a meteor scorched across the skies above Chelyabinsk, Russia. The meteor's entry into the atmosphere causes a bright streak of light, described by many as brighter than the sun. The meteor traveled some 200 miles through the atmosphere before vaporizing in an explosion that shattered windows and set off car alarms. More than 1000 people reported injuries, mostly from flying pieces of broken glass. Coincidentally, the meteor arrived on the same day as the asteroid 2012 DA14 made it's closest approach to Earth, ~17,200 miles - inside the orbits of geostationary weather and communication satellites. But the two events were unrelated.
Unidirectional Water Flow: sediment transport and sedimentary structures part of Sedimentary Geology:s
Sediment Transport Sediment Transport of 3.8mm, 7mm, and 12mm Gravel videos by John Gaffney. The experiments were performed in the University of Minnesota's St. Anthony Falls Laboratory and record bed load ...
Atmospheric Flows: sediment transport and sedimentary structures part of Sedimentary Geology:s
Aeolian Processes on Mars from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) at the University of Arizona. Hundreds of beautiful images (includes Dunes). Great Sand Dunes Formation Animation from the ...
Sedimentary Rock Type Visualizations part of Sedimentary Geology:s
Photo Collections Sedimentary Rock Photos from Marli Miller, University of Oregon. A collection of beautiful outcrop photographs of various sedimentary rock types. Clastic Cross-bedded sandstone from Utah, ...
Gravity Flows: sediment transport and sedimentary structures part of Sedimentary Geology:s
Jump to: Mass Wasting Turbidity Currents Experimental Models Turbidity Current Experiment Videos: Suzanne O'Connell. ( This site may be offline. ) Turbidity current movies from Wesleyan University's ...
Sediment Deposition and Facies in Continental Environments part of Sedimentary Geology:s
Jump to: Floods | Alluvial Fans and Headwaters Rivers Animations Terrestrial Animations This set of animations from the Community Surface Dynamics Modeling System (CSDMS) group contains 16 movies of various river ...