Friday, May 18, 2012 - 08:02 in Earth & Climate
(Phys.org) -- Mt. St. Helens exploded 32 years ago on May 18. It began with a small series of earthquakes and culminated with the volcano erupting, a cataclysmic collapse of the flank of the mountain and the largest landslide in recorded history.
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