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Slippery slopes: why the Auckland storm caused so many landslides – and what can be done about it

By Martin Brook, Associate Professor of Applied Geology, University of Auckland
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Building too close to cliffs and slopes, weak soils, lack of vegetation and increased rainfall all played a part in the massive storm damage to Auckland. The city needs to change the way it uses land.The Conversation

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