Small Landslide, Wyoming

Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
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This small landslide happened just outside Casper, Wyoming. The rock layers slope parallel to the hillside, and a large mass of rock slid down a bedding plane. The debris at the bottom has a rumpled texture, a very common signature of landslide deposits.


Original Scene

Possible Coloring


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Created 25 November 2005, Last Update 14 December 2009

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