Mount Pinatubo


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Noun1.Mount Pinatubo - a volcano on Luzon to the northwest of Manila; erupted in 1991 after 600 years of dormancy
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Helens (1980) and Mount Pinatubo (1991) are all known to have caused blue moons.
This very effect was illustrated after the volcanic eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines in 1991.
Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines erupted in 1991 and produced 10 cubic kilometers of volcanic debris, making it the second largest volcano of the 20th century and 10 times larger than the 1980 eruption of Mount St.
The Philippines is in the Pacific Rim of fire and has several active volcanoes, including Mount Pinatubo in Pampanga which erupted in July 1991 and affected global temperature.
The airport was developed from the old US Clark Airbase (33,653ha) which was closed in 1991 when the US left following the eruption of Mount Pinatubo, which led to the area of the base being strewn with debris and lava.
Volcanoes are a wild card for climate change - they cannot be predicted and big eruptions, most recently of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines in 1991, can dim global sunshine for years.
The last big volcano to explode, Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines in 1991, reduced the average global temperature at peak by half a degree C (one degree F).
In a frenzy, I took some pieces and poured Mount Pinatubo ash glaze carelessly, creating random drips and splashes.
Experienced in disaster relief operations, he planned and led humanitarian relief efforts in the Philippines after the Baguio earthquake in 1990, and in support of Operation Fiery Vigil following the 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo.
Volcanic magma is associated with eruptions, whether continuous "oozing" types of eruption such as Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano or more explosive eruptions such as Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines or Mount St.
Thousands of locals and servicemen from a nearby American airbase, fled for their lives in a hail of red-hot rocks and debris from Mount Pinatubo.
About 60 US and Filipino Marines aboard four US V-7 amphibious assault vehicles ploughed through the volcanic ash of Crow Valley, a gunnery range laid waste by the 1991 eruption of nearby Mount Pinatubo.