Landslide Photo Collections

Searchable USGS Photo and Multimedia Archive with Ordering Information

  • Debris flows and Record Floods from Extreme Convective Thunderstorms over the Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona, July, 2006.
    Catalina Mountains, Arizona 2006 Event (U.S.)
    ( albums)
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    California (U.S.)
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    MORE USA
    ( albums)
  • Monitoring is essential to predicting the behavior of landslides and forecasting which storms can trigger large numbers of landslides. Scientists in the USGS Landslide Hazards Program monitor selected landslides and hillsides in order to learn more about
    Landslide Monitoring Sites
    ( albums)
  • The Aldercrest-Banyon neighborhood in eastern Kelso, Washington began experiencing gross ground movements in February 1998, following 3-1/2 years of above-average rainfall.  The Aldercrest-Banyon (Kelso) landslide was one of the worst urban landslides in
    Pacific Northwest (U.S.) - Oregon, Washington
    ( albums)
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    International
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    Colorado (U.S.)
    ( albums)
  • The February 28, 2001, Nisqually, Washington, earthquake (Mw = 6.8) damaged an area of the northwestern United States that previously experienced two major historical earthquakes, in 1949 and in 1965. Landslides triggered by the Nisqually earthquake were
    Landslides from the Nisqually WA Earthquake, 2001
    ( albums)
  • This is a collection of photos that coincide with the list of largest landslides here:  http://landslides.usgs.gov/learning/faq/#q06
    Largest Worldwide Landslides
    ( albums)
  • This very large landslide happened near the town of Oso, west of Seattle.
    Oso, Washington Landslide, March 22, 2014
    ( albums)

Additional Landslide Photo Collections