The “long” runout rock avalanche in Pusa, China, on August 28, 2017: a preliminary report

@article{Fan2018TheR,
  title={The “long” runout rock avalanche in Pusa, China, on August 28, 2017: a preliminary report},
  author={Xuanmei Fan and Qiang Xu and Gianvito Scaringi and Guang Zheng and Run-qiu Huang and Lanxin Dai and Yuan-zhen Ju},
  journal={Landslides},
  year={2018},
  volume={16},
  pages={139-154}
}
On August 28, 2017, a large rock avalanche occurred in Pusa, a village in the County of Nayong (Guizhou Province, China). About 500,000 m3 of rock detached from a mountain ridge, slid over debris from earlier landslides and buried several buildings. The rock mass, heavily fragmented, eventually formed a deposit of 800,000 m3, up to 4 m thick. Twenty-six fatalities and 9 people missing were reported. Based on site investigation, live footage, UAV photography, GBSAR monitoring, historical records… 
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