Looks like you're sticking with the landslide theme, too, Jim. The location is Lituya Bay, part of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska, site of the largest historical megatsunami on July 10, 1958, generated by an earthquake-triggered landslide into the upper reaches of the bay. You can see the landslide scar at the left of the image. An choice bit of geology!I appreciate it when you guys don't invoke the Schott Rule, but there was a good reason we formulated it... ;-)
OK, so I've proved I can win when the challenge isn't in Australia (where I've never been btw), next I have to prove I can stump the incredible Dr. Schott...Congratulations again, Ron!
Hmmm... let's see if the pace picks up now that the semester and AGU are done with. WoGE #81 is up - no Schott Rule. I'm bettin' it lasts 24 hours anyhow.
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