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GIS & LIDAR

This month marks the 36th year since Mount St. Helens erupted, the deadliest volcanic event in the continental United States’ history. LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) coupled with GIS mapping capabilities is allowing geologists to better understand the Earth’s geology in Washington’s volcanic region. 115 more words

GIS

Originally posted on Survival World News: By Michael Snyder – End Of The American Dream Is an eruption of one or more of the major volcanoes in the northwest United States imminent? 31 more words

News/ Current Events

Lateral Blast: The Mount St Helens eruption

Today is the 36th anniversary of the historic eruption of Mount St. Helens in Washington State, USA.

The May 18, 1980 eruption was a rare type of volcanic eruption known as a lateral blast. 253 more words

Landslide

The Day the Mountain Blew

Standing on the top edge of Mt. St. Helens, looking at Mt. Adams

By Angie Quantrell @AngieQuantrell

What were you doing on May 18, 1980? … 860 more words

Today In Music History: 05/18/2016

36 Years to the day that Mt St Helen’s erupted let’s tackle some music history.

Sometimes it just takes 1 take. On this day in 1964 the Animals recorded “The House Of The Rising Sun.” They decided on one take after hearing the playback. 143 more words

Features

Mount St. Helens

David A. Johnston: “Johnston felt scientists must do what is necessary, including taking risks, to help protect the public from natural disasters. His work, and that of fellow USGS scientists, convinced authorities to close Mount St. 47 more words

Geology

Mt St. Helens Eruption anniversary met with renewed activity at Washington state volcano.

This anniversary of the eruption at Mt St Helens is met with news of renewed activity at the volcano in Washinton state. A swarm of tremors have been increasing since March. 533 more words

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