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Landslippage

Date: 1901

Location: Boscobel

Cause: Heavy Rain

Source:

Cumbarbatch, E.H.S.J. 1969. “An assessment of the soils conservation scheme, Scotland District, Barbados 1957-1969.” The Journal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 33, No. 1, pp 14-24.

AltSource:

Richardson, B.C. 1997. “Economy and the environment in theCaribbean: Barbados and the windwards in the late 1800s.” University Press of Florida: Gainesville. pp. 294.

AltSource:

Martin-Kaye, P., and Badcock, J. 1934. “Geological background to soil conservation and land rehabilitation measures in Barbados, W.I.” TheJournal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 30, No. 1, pp 3-13.

Landslippage

Date: 1910

Location: St Andrew parish

Cause: Tropical Depression Rains

Source:

Martin-Kaye, P., and Badcock, J. 1934. “Geological background to soil conservation and land rehabilitation measures in Barbados, W.I.” TheJournal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 30, No. 1, pp 3-13.

Landslippage

Date: 1938

Location: St Andrew parish

Cause: Tropical Depression Rains

Source:

Watson, K. 2003. Barbados first: the years of change. Cole’s Printer Limited:Brigtown, Barbados. 204 pages.

AltSource:

Martin-Kaye, P., and Badcock, J. 1934. “Geological background to soil conservation and land rehabilitation measures in Barbados, W.I.” TheJournal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 30, No. 1, pp 3-13.

Landslippage

Date: 1966

Location: St Andrew and St Joseph

Cause: Heavy Rain

Source:

Cumbarbatch, E.H.S.J. 1969. “An assessment of the soils conservation scheme, Scotland District, Barbados 1957-1969.” The Journal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 33, No. 1, pp 14-24.

Landslippage

Date: 1966

Location: Hackleton’s Cliff between Horse Hill and Melvern Plantation

Cause: Heavy Rain

Source:

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