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Few studies of rockslides have addressed the relationships between structures, geomorphological expression and direct evidence for movement. We employ structural geology, geomorphology and interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) to investigate the evolution of the surface features developed in response to movement of the Gamanjunni rockslide site in Troms County in northern Norway. The slide is located on a west-facing mountainside, and is bounded by two angled back scarps and a 20°–30° basal sliding plane. The volume is estimated at 24 Mm3 and is therefore among the largest potential rockslides in Norway. InSAR provides a new method to measure...

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