Volcanic eruptions such as Mount St. Helens' in 1980 show the explosiveness of magma moving through the Earth's crust. The post Research opens fresh view on volcanic plumbing systems appeared first on HeritageDaily - Heritage & Archaeology News.
Volcanic eruptions such as Mount St. Helens' in 1980 show the explosiveness of magma moving through the Earth's crust. Now geologists are excited about what uplifted granite bodies such as Yosemite's El Capitan say about magma that freezes before it can erupt on the surface.
A camera found at a Goodwill store in Portland, Ore., revealed never-before seen images of Mount St. Helens eruption.
Here are never-before-seen images of the worst volcanic eruption in U.S. history.
Kati Dimoff, 38, a photographer from Portland, Oregon, purchased the vintage piece of kit and went about developing a roll of film she found still lodged inside.
A vintage camera from the early 20th century containing a roll of undeveloped film has yielded an extraordinary set of images showing the 1980 eruption of Mount St Helens, considered among the most disastrous volcanic eruptions in US history. More »
Kati Dimoff, a photographer in Portland, Oregon, buys old cameras and develops the rolls of film she finds inside as a bit of a hobby, KATU reports. But one exciting recent find set off a local mystery: shots of Mount St. Helens' 1980 volcanic eruption. On Instagram, Dimoff says she...
Kati Dimoff, a professional photographer, has a routine: Every time she's in southeast Portland, she checks the big Goodwill there for film cameras with exposed, undeveloped film. She'll take the film to Blue Moon Camera, a shop with a love for older technology, and have it developed. Show More Summary
Book Review: Eruption: The Untold Story of Mount St. Helens by Steve Olson On May 18, 1980 Mount St Helens erupted killing 57 people. This deadly volcanic eruption was one of the deadliest natural disaster in US history. Eruption: The Untold Story of Mount St. Show More Summary
I’M EXPECTING AN EARTH-SHATTERING KABOOM: Nearly 40 Years After Mount St. Helens’ Deadly Eruption, It’s ‘Recharging.’
Are we ready?
37 years ago today, on May 18, 1980, Washington’s Mount St. Helens erupted in a blast that killed 57 people and covered a huge swath of the western US with ash and destruction. Alan Taylor, who grew up nearby and vividly remembers the eruption, shared some photos of the eruption and its aftermath at In Focus. I was 6 when Mount St. Show More Summary
'The trees just started walking'“Check this out, this is a true story. We used to sneak in and go fishing at Green River golf course off the 91 Freeway in southern California. It's a long walk in, there's a couple lakes. There's one lake (the best one) all the way towards the back of the course, it rests against a big hill. Show More Summary
But for a chance decision, Don Swanson would have been killed in the Mount St Helens eruption of 1980. That day changed his life, and volcanology, forever
Mount St. Helens, Washington – On Friday, April 21, 2017, 42-year-old Aaron Sales ascended Mount St. Helens using a snow kite in 35 minutes. This is the first time anyone has ever done this and it is the fastest non-motorized ascent of the mountain. Show More Summary
An adventurer from Oregon set what he believes is a record last Friday by summiting Mount St. Helens using only a snowkite, a feat he thinks nobody else has ever accomplished. Aaron Sales, a 42-year-old avid snowkiter from Hood River,...Show More Summary
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Volcanic eruptions like Mount St. Helens, Krakatoa, and Mount Vesuvius have had devastating impacts on large areas of the world, but Real Life Lore looks at how large a volcanic eruption would have to be to threaten all human life on Earth in “Can a Volcano Destroy the World?” Volcanoes get pretty strong, but strong […]
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and its conservation partners permanently protected and opened access to 1,453 acres of wildlife and riparian habitat in southwest Washington. This post Wildlife, Riparian Habitat Permanently Protected Near Mount St. Helens appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) has reported a disquieting level of seismic activity below the infamous Mount St. Helens in Washington State. The volcano erupted in an extremely violent explosion in 1980, killing 57 people and thousands of livestock. Now, the USGS has detected over 120...