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kiku βœ¨πŸ”–preorder displacement!!πŸ”–βœ¨ May 18
it's the 40th anniversary of the eruption of Mt. St. Helens, a big event in our state! A few years ago I made this little comic inspired by our local volcano, but not really about a volcano ya know
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Washington State Dept. of Natural Resources May 18
At 8:32 a.m., now 40 years ago, Mount St. Helens blew her top ⁠— and it went a little something like this.
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MtStHelensInstitute Feb 3
Prepare yourself, The Mount St. Helens Exhibit at is just around the corner!
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Forest Service NW May 18
Commemorating - Historic photos of the mountain before the May 18, 1980 eruption.
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Christian Renggli May 17
40 years since the enormous eruption of
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Hazel Gibson πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί May 18
40 years ago today, erupted sideways in a devastating and mostly unexpected event that changed lives all over the globe. One of those was mine, as 28 years later I got a job at the volcano telling it’s story to thousands of visitors - changing my whole career.
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Forest Service NW May 18
Celebrating - Beauties in the new landscape of the mountain.
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UW News May 18
Do you remember where you were when Mount St. Helens blew her top 40 years ago today?
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Amy Donovan πŸ•· May 18
Forty years ago, Mount St Helens in Washington State, US, erupted, tragically killing 57 people and transforming volcanology. We are still learning from it today
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Washington ShakeOut May 18
Don’t forget to take a moment at 8:32am to remember the lives lost on Mount St. Helens. It’s an incredible visual, but 57 people died 40 years ago today.
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Three Sisters Volcanoes May 18
40 years ago, became the absolute ugliest in the Cascade arc! Where there once was a magnificent 9,700 ft conical stratovolcano, now only stands a sad gaping horseshoe crater
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Emily Levesque πŸ€“βœ¨πŸ”­πŸ“š May 18
Replying to @emsque
Finally, like any well-trained observer, Doug was keeping careful night logs of his time at the telescope, noting any hours lost and why along with sky conditions and whatnot. His log entry from that night has become an astronomy classic ("Sky Condition: Black + smelly")
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Dr Angela Doherty May 18
Replying to @USGS
The unfolding eruption had been closely monitored by the for months leading up to the events of May 18th. In fact, scientists monitoring the volcano were among the at least 55 people who lost their lives during the eruption when it did something, no one expected.
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Timothy Pickering #BLACKLIVESMATTER #ANTIFA May 18
to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the eruption of , here is a reposting that day's epic observing log entry from manastash ridge observatory, about 140 km ENE of the eruption.
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Mount St. Helens Jun 1
Its ! Some amphibians survived the 1980 eruption by hibernating in high alpine lakes that were covered in snow! MSH is home to healthy populations of amphibians. Join us as we will be brining you content all week on these amazing creatures.~Ranger Katie
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Rami Mandow πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ May 17
Going to share a bunch of things today to celebrate the big 4-0! How’s this? I was gifted a jar of volcanic ash from a famous eruption that shares my bday. On this day today, Mount St. Helens erupted, 40 years ago. πŸŒ‹
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Dr Angela Doherty May 18
18 May 1980, 40 years ago, a cataclysmic series of events unfolded in the Cascades. An earthquake and debris avalanche, the largest in recorded history, unleashed an enormous lateral blast eruption that devastated an area of 600 sqkm near .
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Megan Green May 18
Today marks 40 years since the eruption of Mount St Helens - one of the most iconic and well-studied explosive eruptions in recent history πŸ—» These before and after pictures speak for themselves; the power of nature really is mesmerising πŸŒ‹
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Hugh Tuffen May 18
The enormity of the crater created by the 1980 eruption is a reminder of the humbling power of nature. These photos were taken in 2007 during fieldwork with John Pallister of & a team. Dykes criss-cross the unstable crater walls.
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@HottyCouture May 18
Worn in 1980 in Yakima, WA, at 3 pm. Mount St. Helens, 86 miles away, had erupted at 8:32 am and the sky was already dark with volcanic ash. Residents protected themselves with hats, glasses, and makeshift face masks.
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