Welcome to Himalayan Landslide Society (HiLS)
You are in the official homepage of Himalayan Landslide Society (HiLS). HiLS is committed to serve you as a truly professional platform whether you are a researcher, a disaster professional, a disaster student, or a non-governmental/volunteer organization working in remote areas of the Himalaya. It is an open forum where you may share your research finding/s or work experience/s the way you want it.
This year October, HiLS organized an international sympsium entitled "11th International Symposium on Mitigation of Geo-Disasters in Asia (MGDA-11)." The symposium organizing committee and HiLS family express their sincere thanks to Chairman of the Council of Ministers Mr Khil Raj Regmi for inagurating the MGDA-11 and all the participants of MGDA-11 for their very active participation.
- To understand landslides and related phenomena through research and mitigation work.
- To start new scientific ways of understanding and dealing with natural disasters in the Himalaya.
- To apply scientific knowledge of countermeasures and mitigation work against the natural disasters.
Erosion at scarp of Tansen Mega-Landslide Landslide materials at toe part of Chhaimale Landslide Landslide terrain of Midlands of the Himalaya Recent landslides in Tamor valley, Dhankuta Rock fall in Bhedetar after September 18, 2011 Nepal-India earthquake in Himalaya Landslide in Jiri Khimti, Tehrathum Road, eastern Nepal Landslide below Dhankuta ridge Tea-state on landslide scarp in Kanyam, Ilam, Nepal Phidim town on large-scale landslide mass, eastern Nepal A typical landslide in village of Himalaya, Melamchi, Nepal Landslide occurred after road construction In Melamchi Water Supply project area
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