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Photo of MOUNT ST. HELENS N.V.M. courtesy of Børge Svingen
Photo courtesy of Børge Svingen


Considered the most deadly and economically devastating volcanic event in U.S. history, the Mount St. Helens eruption on May 18, 1980 reduced the elevation of the mountain's summit by 1300 feet when a massive debris avalanche triggered by an earthquake released pressurized gases within the volcano. Today Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument is set aside for research, recreation, and education. Exhibits focus on geologic history, eyewitness accounts of the explosion, and the science of monitoring volcanic activity.
101 Questions About Volcanoes
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Smokey the Bear Safety & Rescue Whistle
A Pocket Naturalist Guide to Washington State Trees & Wildflowers
A Pocket Naturalist Guide to Animal Tracks
A Pocket Naturalist Guide to Wilderness Survival
A Pocket Naturalist Guide to Washington State Birds
A Pocket Naturalist Guide to Edible Wild Plants
A Pocket Naturalist Guide to Weather
Freshwater Fishes of the Pacific Northwest: A Guide to Game Fishes
Waterfalls of the Pacific Northwest
Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument Lapel Pin
Pacific Northwest Nature: Coloring For Calm and Mindful Observation
Green Trails Blue Lake, WA Map 334
Hiking Washington's Fire Lookouts
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