Mount St. Helens, 30 Years After the Blast

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Mount Saint Helens, 30 Years After the Blast

Mount St. Helens, 30 Years After the Blast
April 2010 in Seattle

Dr. Brittany Brand (Department of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington) talks about the volcanic activity leading up to the eruption and the sequence of events that day.

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