Instability (). Photo by MarsShadow

Instability

Uploaded by: MarsShadow

Sunday September 13, 2009

Caption: High rates of tectonic uplift are matches by similarly high rates of downwasting by landsides in NZ. These recent (July 2009) landslides greet visitors entering Dountful Sound from the Tasman Sea

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About MarsShadow

MarsShadow

Geologist and weather junkie who studies rivers, hillslopes, floods, and the coast... nature is my passion and my work. I reside in central Pennsylvania and enjoy your great photos on the site. Create your own visitor map!

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