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Brian Ripp Aug 11
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Blasts from the Past May 18
in 1980 reminded the world how violent & unpredictable eruptions can be. Not as well known as the Rosenquist sequence, below are the last 4 photos taken by Robert Landsburg, a freelance photographer who died with 50+ others during the Mount St Helens eruption.
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Washington State Archives May 20
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USGS Volcanoes🌋 May 17
Range volcanoes at normal background levels of activity this week; annotated drawing shows 1980 before/after changes at
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Sarah Tani Apr 22
was the hardest and most rewarding hike to date. From camping the night before to the 3:30 AM wake up call to the 5,000 ft of stair stepping climbs to the glissading down with an ice axe, it was a test of fitness and fortitude. Worth every mile 🏔
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ScottVarker™ May 18
I remember it like it was 39 years ago! 😉
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Cirencester DeerPark Feb 27
Amazing volcanoes models on show in Geography yesterday. Year 7s travelling the world, sharing 10 facts about their volcanoes, made from a variety of materials including cardboard, papier-mâché and cake! and more!
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Alex Bolton Aug 1
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jaime s. sincioco May 17
Life flourishing back after the disastrous May 18, 1980 eruption of w/c destroyed 230 square mile of forest & killed 57 people including David A. Johnson, a young dedicated geologist, who was monitoring the volcano during the event- IanMcgrae's Photo
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Karel P Kerezman May 18
39 years ago this morning, Mom & Sis & I were at someone's cabin up in the mountains when we heard a titanic, distant boom. We knew what it was immediately and piled into the car, hurrying to get home before the ash arrived.
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King County Archives May 17
39 years ago tomorrow, erupted, and Public Works employees went to Yakima to help with the clean-up and to the site of the eruption as well. County staff also photographed the response.
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USGS Apr 11
Next month marks the 39th anniversary of the eruption of . Here's a great pic of the north flank 9/79
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Candice Trimble Dec 4
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Dr. Paul May 18
Today in 1980-at 8:32 a.m. PDT-, a volcanic peak in southwestern Washington state, suffered a massive eruption, killing 57 people and devastating some 210 square miles of wilderness.
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s t e p h a n i e Jun 30
PNW Summertime 🍃🌼🍃 Hanging out in my favorite blast zone at Mount St. Helens yesterday just watching the clouds roll by. 🌲 📷 Nikon d810 Zeiss 25mm 🌼
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USGS Volcanoes🌋 May 31
Cascade Range at normal background levels of activity this week. Nice view from Sugarbowl station at , Mount in the distance.
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Day Hiking Trails 8h
Explore lava tubes on Ape Caves Trail
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Dr. Carri LeRoy Aug 16
Nice piece on the outreach program we participated in for middle school girls- ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Carti Mandua Aug 15
Really so you were here in a previous life is that how you know ! Check out climate disruption by mega volcanic eruptions , earthquakes etc ... Guess they were man made as well! just for starters !
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Derek Lawrence Aug 13
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