This is an ongoing personal project, so if you know of any event that’s not in this list, please let me know so I can add it here.
|12/18/2015||Oriental Mindoro||Landslides and debris flows triggered by Typhoon Nona (Melor)||Llanes et al. (2015)|
|23/10/2015||Bakun, Benguet||140,000 cubic meters||Slow-moving rotational landslide||Galang et al. (2016)|
|18/10/2015||Nueva Ecija||~ 30 million cubic meters||Debris flows triggered by Typhoon Koppu (Lando). Affected areas are alluvial fans.||Eco et al. (2015)|
|12/4/2012||New Bataan, Compostela Valley||~25-30 million cubic meters||at least 566||Debris flows triggered by rains from Typhoon Pablo (Bopha)||Rodolfo et al. (2016)|
|6/21/2008||Libacao, Aklan||10,000 cubic||Landslide dam; caused flashfloods||Catane et al. (2012)|
|11/30/2006||Albay||Lahars triggered by rains from Typhoon Durian; dikes were breached||Paguican et al. (2009)|
|2/17/2006||Guinsaugon, St. Bernard, Southern Leyte||1126||Rock-slide debris avalanche||Catane et al. (2007); Lagmay et al. (2006)|
|11/29/2004||Gen. Nakar, Infanta, and Real, Quezon||893 (?)||Landslide damming caused build-up in Agos River, resulted in flashfloods and debris flows||Gaillard et al. (2007)|
|8/3/1999||Cherry Hills Subdivision, Antipolo, Rizal||60||Caused by excessive rains from Typhoon Olga||Punongbayan et al., (2002)|
Note: Source and reference list is not exhaustive.