Landslide scar monitoring on Volcan San Salvador from February to November 2009

Landslides and debris flows originating from the eastern and southern flanks of Volcan San Salvador threaten El Salvadors capital city. Here, a small landslide on the eastern face of the volcano that originally occurred in Feburary of 2009 does not seem to have grown significantly and appears to have had some vegetative regrowth.

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Last Updated July 23, 2019, 15:16 (CDT)
Created July 23, 2019, 15:16 (CDT)
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