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Mount St. Helens is going green again. Forty years of satellite imagery chronicles a remarkable floral comeback.

HealthChat with Ann Marr & St Helens & Knowsley NHS Trust - Zoom watch for free

@SpringerSaint  If she were St.Helens based @StevePrescott1  would gladly drop an afternoon tea & take time for a safe distanced chat. Reminding folk that they are not completely alone is so important right now. Selfishly too, I must confess, they're often great craic with the best tales to tell

Thousands more could have died in the Mount St. Helens eruption 40 years ago if scientists hadn't persuaded authorities to restrict access to the volcano from people who worried about the economic impact of the cordon around it. Sound familiar?

Happy whatever day, cheers. Why the wonky eye? Got a reet bad kicking outside Jester's, St.Helens, years back. Who was there for me with a suspected fractured skull? Why our @NHS  of course. I blame myself for sipping pernod & black...from a wine glass #classlessact  🌈💚x

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Thousands more could have died in the Mount St. Helens eruption 40 years ago if scientists hadn't persuaded authorities to restrict access to the volcano from people who worried about the economic impact of the cordon around it. Sound familiar?

Thousands more could have died in the Mount St. Helens eruption 40 years ago if scientists hadn't persuaded authorities to restrict access to the volcano from people who worried about the economic impact of the cordon around it. Sound familiar?

Meet volcanologist, Ben Andrews: 40 yrs after Mount St. Helens, he's making tiny eruptions in a lab to study volcanoes. 🌋 #BenAndrews  #Smithsonian  #GlobalVolcanismProgram  #Volcanoes  #Volcanology 

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Thousands more could have died in the Mount St. Helens eruption 40 years ago if scientists hadn't persuaded authorities to restrict access to the volcano from people who worried about the economic impact of the cordon around it. Sound familiar?

Spotlight on Green News & Views: Backyard avian maternity ward; memories of Mt. St. Helens

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When Mount St. Helens erupted it released 10 million tons of CO2 into the air over 9 hours. In that same 9 hour period today, human activity releases *41* million tons.

The USGS Library is commemorating the 40th anniversary of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens with a special online exhibit. The exhibit features images, reports, personnel interviews, and more: #40YearsAgo  #MSH40 

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When Mount St. Helens erupted 40 years ago today, it shaved 1,314 feet off the mountaintop—it also created a world of ice built by fire

40 years ago, the eruption of Mount St. Helens affected the world. Howard Berkes, who covered the eruption for NPR, retells the story of the biggest blast in the U.S.'s modern history — and reminds us all that these eruptions could happen at any time.

TODAY IN HISTORY: 40 years ago, the Mount St. Helens volcano in Washington state erupted, leaving 57 people dead.

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On May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens unleashed the most devastating eruption in U.S. history. To learn how the eruption changed the future of volcanology, click here:

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Mount St. Helens is rumbling again, with 40 earthquakes since New Years Day

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Eruption of Mt. Saint Helens as viewed by climbers on nearby Mt. Adams, 1980.

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Detectives want to trace 2 males after a black Ford Fiesta car hit & killed 4 yr old Violet Grace Youens on Prescot Rd on Fri in St Helens.

Russian hooligans are sharpening their pick axes as we speak, in anticipation of a scrap with Gary from St Helens.

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