I redid the causes section and re-titled it as "Possible Causes" as most of the theories proposed were just that, theories. BTW there was also a spelling error in this, i think it's vandalism but couldn't quickly locate the source not in the few latest edits or vandalism restores. I think logging could make sense as being one of the possible factors in this disaster, although it seems that there are sources as evident from this article that says the area was still well-forested. It's still unclear if those sources are referring to the area within much larger area affected by this particular disaster, because isn't it possible that there may be some area some distance away from this disaster-affected area, even out of it, may actually be factor in this disaster? I don't know if the entire Southern Leyte has been affected by mudslide or just only parts of it is actually affected.
Recovery status report: Southern Leyte Landslide
Southern Leyte Landslide, - Countries & Disasters - International Recovery Platform
This study focuses on the landslide tragedy in the Philippines, where an entire community, including its people, its productive assets, and its socio-cultural resources, was totally buried. It reports on the various levels of recovery that have been achieved among the provision of community services and facilities such as health, education, recreation, infrastructure, livelihood opportunities and psychosocial services; and identifies the limitations of the principle of "build back better" as well as those areas of concern in which the principle can best be applied. It affirms that disaster recovery has to be advocated for and mainstreamed in national and local development planning, education, and mass media programs so that the principle of "build back better" can be achieved. It also calls for available early warning systems for landslide hazards to become a part of the preparedness and recovery efforts. Documents and publications.
Talk:2006 Southern Leyte mudslide
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Good morning, I'm often surprised to find out the fascinating little places where information that we have disseminated appears on the web. A couple of quick comments: Several authors have previously identified clay gouge as important lubricating layers along the shear surfaces. See for example Catane et al. Second, overwhelming evidence and the geomorphology of the landslide indicates that the rice paddies did play a major role enhancing the runout length.