Mt. St. Helens

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Noun1.Mt. St. Helens - an active volcano in the Cascade Range in southwestern WashingtonMt. St. Helens - an active volcano in the Cascade Range in southwestern Washington; erupted violently in 1980 after 123 years of inactivity
Evergreen State, WA, Washington - a state in northwestern United States on the Pacific
Cascade Mountains, Cascade Range, Cascades - a mountain range in the northwestern United States extending through Washington and Oregon and northern California; a part of the Coast Range
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Mt. St. Helens in Washington is a cinder cone volcano that once reached almost 10,000 feet in height.
Some famous stratovolcanoes are Mt. St. Helens and Mt.
Hacker, who studies catastrophic geological events, indicates the slide originated when a volcanic field consisting of many strato-volcanoes--a type similar to Mt. St. Helens in the Cascade Mountains, which erupted in 1980--collapsed and produced the massive landslide.
Krakatoa, Indonesia (1883), El Chichon, Mexico (1983), Mt. St. Helens (1980) and Mount Pinatubo (1991) are all known to have caused blue moons.
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Mt. St. Helens, one of the less prominent yet massive peaks of Washington State's Cascade Range, made history on May 18, 1980 by erupting with the force of 500 atomic bombs, devastating 230 square miles of formerly verdant forest and killing 57 people.
Whitney in California, Mt. St. Helens in Washington, Hvannadalshnjkur in Iceland, Svalbard in Norway, and volcanoes in Bolivia and Kamchatka, Siberia.
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If you like being a detective, investigate volcanoes with this book on Mt. St. Helens
Using a ruler and the scale above, measure the distance in kilometers from Kilauea to Mt. St. Helens.
Stratovolcanoes, like Mt. St. Helens, are tall explosive mountains.