Why scientists are ‘listening’ to the Matterhorn
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Why scientists are ‘listening’ to the Matterhorn

In 2003 an extremely large, unexpected, rockfall on the Matterhorn mountain caused evacuations and a temporary halt to climbing.

It sparked the creation of PermaSense, a project designed to learn more about the mountain’s movements, which has since generated many years of data.

BBC Click finds out more.

See more at Click's website and @BBCClick

  • 16 Oct 2019
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