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Oso, 3 Years On: Wrestling with Lessons from Deadly Landslide, and How to Protect People Elsewhere | The Seattle Times
New research has documented a history of more than 200 other deep-seated landslides along a 15.5-mile stretch of the North Fork of the Stillaguamish that includes the Oso site. Sean LaHusen, a UW graduate student in Earth and space sciences who is involved in the research, is quoted.
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