Landslide covering CA State Route 1 near Mud Creek, Monterey County, June 29, 2017. 
This  418-acre true orthomosaic, overlaid on a satellite image, is  planimetrically true and  consists on over 3 billion pixels.  It depicts the active landslide, as well as areas upslope and to the sides that may be affected or are at risk of sliding. 

Detail Locations of True Orthomosaic.
The numbered polygons above represent a selection of areas of interest within the mapped area. Scroll down to see the details, along with some quick descriptions and planimetric measurements. All the following images are magnifications of this same dataset - highlighting the extreme detail we can capture.  

INSET 1

Scarp and slumping mass

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INSET 2

Main scarp, rockfall, and talus.
 

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INSET 3

Foot, toe, and accumulation area of Slide (with pioneer roads built).

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INSET 4

Scarp with separate chutes and deranged vegetation

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