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19 October 2015 / Anchorage Daily News / Yereth Rosen

October landslide in Southeast was among world's biggest in recent years

When 200 million metric tons of rock tumbled down a remote Southeast Alaska mountain in October, nobody was around to see it. But thanks to a beefed-up seismic network and a new system that can distinguish landslides from earthquakes, scientists knew it had happened.

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