The large-scale landslide on the flank of caldera in South Sulawesi, Indonesia

@article{Tsuchiya2009TheLL,
  title={The large-scale landslide on the flank of caldera in South Sulawesi, Indonesia},
  author={S. Tsuchiya and K. Sasahara and Sasuhiro Shuin and Shujiro Ozono},
  journal={Landslides},
  year={2009},
  volume={6},
  pages={83-88}
}
An extraordinarily large-scale landslide with a volume of about 200 million m3, a width of about 1,600 m, and a height of about 750 m occurred on 2004 March 26, 13:45 local time, on a steep caldera wall on the northwest flank of Mt. Bawakaraeng (2,830 m) at the headwater of the Jeneberang River in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. The debris avalanche extended about 7 km from the headwater and buried the river valley, causing devastating damage. There are a great many calderas in the world, notably… Expand
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