Scientists point to rain, logging, history, lack of monitoring in record mudslide that killed 43

In Australia or Hong Kong, developers and local government are required to take action, such as monitoring, to reduce the risk of landslides, says a new report by an investigative agency known as GEER. But less restrictive land use rules apply in the U.S., which may have…

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Scientists point to rain, logging, history, lack of monitoring in record mudslide that killed 43