Landslides...One of the most widely spread geologic
in the World.
This page focuses on potentially useful links for those particularly
in landslides and in Latin America. The four countries that have
selected are El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Ecuador.
links have been added for general landslide information and
Scroll down for the link to landslides and landslides in these
Las Colinas Landslide, El
My name is York Lewis and I am a Masters
with the Peace Corps and Michigan Technological University. My academic
are in the assessment and mitigation of landslide hazards in the third
This website was designed to provide resources for me and future
Corps Master International students interested in landslides.
if you are not in the Peace Corps and have interest in landslides come
see what I have to offer. Save yourself the time of spending
on your favorite search engine looking up information on landslides and
this site out first.
Nothing is more energizing for a full day of
the rain at the venerable Baystock than bacon.
Interested in the Peace Corps?
Come check out the MTU Geo Department!
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My curent passion has been rock climbing. I got into it while
my Bachelors degree at the University of Arizona. It was such a
place to climb. Indoors and especially outdoors.
This is not me. Looks like fun,
Top Ten Signs You Might Be A Geologist Those of you who are
During the first two and a half weeks of March 2005, I went to
Guatemala as a Field Assistant to Dr. Jimmy Diehl. We did a
paleomagnetic study on the lava flows of Santa Maria
Volcano. Here are a couple of movies from the erupting
Caliente dome of the Santiaguito complex that grows on the flank of the
Santa Maria dome. This puppy would go off every hour on the half
hour. Enjoy these 15 second Quicktime movies.
Santiaguito Eruption 1
Santiaguito Eruption 2
Santiaguito Eruption 3