The 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption leveled 230 square miles, sent 540 million tons of ash and volcanic rock twelve miles into the air, and blasted one cubic mile of earth from the crest of the Cascades. Witness the terrifying fury of the worst volcanic disaster in American history through aerial photography and through the survivors' own words and photos. Explore a spectacularly illustrated history of Mount St. Helens, beginning with its eruption in 1980 and revealing the recovery of the mountain and its subsequent activity. Learn about the awesome forces of nature with the Mount St. Helens Fire Mountain Book/DVD Bonus Pack!
Features: Book: Paperback. 2007. 64 pp. Many color photos. 10 x 13 in. DVD: 60 minutes. 2003.