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one thing is mount st helens erupted
The Mount Saint Helens erupted
It had not erupted for a few years but there small eruptions and earthquakes but when Mount ST Helens erupted i shocked everyone
Mount St. Helens, a stratovolcano located in Washington state, erupted.
It erupted on May 18,1980
Two major events that happened in the 70's are, the computer floppy disc was introduced to the world, and the Beatles broke up. Two events that happened in the 80's were Mount Saint Helens erupted, and John Lennon was assassinated.
No. Mount St. Helens has erupted as recently as 2008. It is considered active.
No. Mount St. Helens is considered active, as it has erupted recently and will erupt in the future.
There were about 100-250 deaths at mount st helens in 1980 when it erupted.
The initial lateral blast from Mount St. Helens came out of the north side of the mountain.
The 1980 eruption of Mount Saint Helens killed 57 people.
It erupted in the year of 1980.
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Mount St. Helens last erupted from September 23, 2004 through to the 10th of July 2008. Please see the related links for more information.
Mount St Helens is not inactive. It is active, because the last time it erupted was in 2005, the time before that was 1980.
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Yes. Mount St Helens has had smaller eruptions as recently as 2008.
First, Mount St. HelenS erupted, and second, the three Bronte sisters all published their only novels.
Mount St. Helens famously erupted on May 18 1980.
Any volcano? Mount St. Helens is one.
Mount St. Helens erupted. It killed 57 people. Ash covered hundreds of miles of land and destroyed millions of animals and aquatic life.
they are both volcanoes, they are both mountains, they both have mount, they have both erupted
Mount st. Helens is an active volcano cause it lost erupted in 2005 Decmber 17
The 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens killed 57 people.
about 125 people had survived the eruption
Mt St Helens erupted in May of 1980.
Mount Etna is having an ongoing eruption at the moment and Mount St. Helens last erupted in 2004 in an eruption that lasted until the 10th July 2008.
The area was flattened by the eruption, several people died, there was a mud flow that clogged the river, and they were afraid that it would erupt again.
There were several events to take place in 1707. One such event was the last time that Mount Fuji erupted.
Down rivers, through trails...you name it.
lasers were invented, aswan high dam was finished, mount saint helens erupted these are just some examples
The answer is 400 because 2950 - 2550 = 0400
Mud slide and land slides
sulfur dioxide and carbon dioxide
Mount RAINER ANd Mt. St Helens
No. The Hawaiian islands are formed by a mantle plume.
Mount St. Helens - Skamania County, Washington
When Mt St Helens eruppted, it spread ashes on the crops, burned trees down, and burned thousands of acres of land.
the dangers are being killed or getting seriously injured but the last time it erupted was in May 18, 1980
yes because of the bulge in the side it all erupted through that
The term used when Mount St Helens erupted in such a manner was "lateral blast."
It first erupted around 40,000 years ago.
Mount St. Helens is a active volcano, in the Washington State.
Mount St. Helens famously erupted on May 18, 1980. Smaller eruptions ocurred from 1980 to 1986, 1989 to 1991, and a few times from 2004 to 2008.
No. Mount St Helens is over 60 miles from the seawater. It has always been a volcano, but it was never an island.
No, not by any definition. If you define the "youngest volcano" by "most recently erupted", then that honor goes to Kilauea, which has been erupting non-stop since 1983. Mount St. Helens last "erupted" in early 2008 when steam escaped from a fracture in the lava dome.
Mount St. Helens recently and Mount Lassen early last century are the most recent eruptions in the Continental U.S.