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Relationships between earthquakes, hurricanes, and landslides in Costa Rica
Landslides are a common natural hazard in Costa Rica, recurrently triggered by seismicity and extraordinary rainfall. Here, we investigate the coalescence of both processes and their ability to trigger massive landslides ...
Glacial geomorphology of the Chirripó National Park, Costa Rica
Several regions of tropical America show imprints of past glacial activity. These relict landforms can support the understanding of past climate conditions, such as during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), and the implications ...