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Read about Mount St. Helen's eruption in 2004 from various news sources, articles and headlines listed on this page.
Mount St. Helens shoots steam, ash plume into air
Mount St. Helens releasing lava at astonishing pace
Scientists seek source of Mount St. Helens blast
New lava dome grows inside Mount St. Helens
Formation's hot rocks cast red glow visible at night
Molten rock reaches volcano's surface
Nation's newest glacier growing in volcano's crater
Alert level dropped for Mount St. Helens
Geologists: Small-scale venting could last for weeks
Weather may cloud Mount St. Helens monitoring
Mount St. Helens lets off steam
Plume rises an estimated 10,000 feet above volcano
At Mount St. Helens, a waiting game
Volcanic eruption hard to predict, geologist says
Bulge between glacier, lava dome in Mount St. Helens crater appears to be pushing up dome Sunday.
Tension builds at Mount St. Helens
Hundreds of visitors cleared from area
USGS: Mount St. Helens could erupt within 24 hours
Observatory 3 miles from volcano's base evacuated
Mount St. Helens blows smoke, ash
Scientist: Mount St. Helens likely to erupt
'Volcanic advisory' issued for Mount St. Helens
Oregon Live.com, affiliate of The Oregonian.
Experts predict Mount St. Helens eruption
Mount St. Helens erupts
Volcano shoots steam, ash plume into air
St. Helens puts on a show for the faithful
Huge plume of steam rewards sightseers, could herald big blast
Crowds enjoy show at Mount St. Helen
Scientists fear aftermath of eruption
Tense wait at St. Helens
Thousands of people travel to see volcano, hoping for a show
St. Helens warning is raised: 'Small to moderate steam and ash eruption'
called most likely
Big burst from St. Helens
By Sandi Doughton and Nick Perry, Seattle Times staff reporter
Mount St. Helens blows off steam, ash
Volcano devotees keep watch
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Eruption: The Untold Story of Mount St. Helens by Steve Olson. Learn the history and science of one of the largest eruptions and the effects of the aftermath through personal stories and accounts of those caught in the disaster. Illustrations and maps enable a greater understanding of this tragic event. Order now...
Day Hiking Mount St. Helens by Craig Romano and Aaron Theison. This Mountaineers Book features every trail within and around the monument. Hikes are arranged by regions with trail descriptions, directions to trailheads and difficulty ratings along with other useful information and photographs. Order now...
Mount St. Helens 35th Anniversary Edition: The Eruption and Recovery of a Volcano by Rob Carson. Along with remarkable before-and-after images, this 35th-anniversary retrospective captures the human drama leading up to the eruption and two decades of subsequent scientific research of the amazing post-blast ecological recovery. Order now...
A Falcon Guide to Mount St. Helens: A Guide to Exploring the Great Outdoors by Fred Barstad. This book is a comprehensive guide to this world-renowned attraction, with a close-up look at the destruction and recovery of the area. The guide includes detailed information on the natural and cultural history of the area, recreational opportunities, and historical, geological, and natural exhibits. Order now...
In the Blast Zone: Catastrophe and Renewal on Mount St. Helens by Charles Goodrich, Kathleen Dean Moore and Frederick Swanson. This book presents a cross-pollination of literary and scientific perspectives on the mountain's history of cataclysm and renewal. Discover the gifts of beauty, scientific illumination and of hope. Order now...
Portrait of Mount St. Helens: A Changing Landscape by Chuck Williams (Author) and Stuart Warren (Contributor). View the grandeur and the intimate detail of this beloved mountain as seen by 19th-century painters and pioneers as well as contemporary photographers. Order now...
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