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Monday, 16 July 2018

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Imaggeo on Mondays: Corno Grande, tallest peak of the Apennines 

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In the middle of the Apennines lays the Gran Sasso d'Italia mountain chain, a picturesque collection of mountains situated in the heart of Italy. Featured here is one of the chain’s peaks, called the Corno Grande, meaning ‘Big Horn,’ coloured with a faint reddish light of a late-winter sunset. Sitting at 2,912 metres, this summit is easily the highest mountain in the Apennines. The areas surrounding Corno Grande is enclosed in the Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga National Park, located in [...]

High resolution satellite imagery of the Japan landslide disaster 

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Planet Labs have been able to collect 0.8 m resolution SkySat imagery of the aftermath of the Japan landslide disaster in the Kure area, near Hiroshima The post High resolution satellite imagery of the Japan landslide disaster appeared first on The Landslide Blog. | Impressum