(Caption: More than 50 people perished in the Solonggon Landslide where houses, built at the foot of a mountain slope, were crushed or buried.)
"The 6.9-magnitude Negros Oriental Earthquake of Feb. 6 came as a surprise to many, geoscientists included, because it occurred in an area where no active faults were known to exist. ... What happened in Negros Oriental reminds us that a map that does not indicate the presence of an active fault is no guarantee that the place is safe from earthquakes."
Shows that landscapes may have been rearranged by earthquakes without leaving surface evidence of faulting. Checkout the description of the boy who "surfed" a landslide, kite still in hand.
"A 600-foot section of Paseo Del Mar in San Pedro below the White Point Nature Preserve suddenly dropped down the cliffside. It was the most damaging landslide on the Peninsula since the 17th and 18th holes fell to the beach in 1999 from what’s now Trump National Golf Club."
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