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Not so long ago, people living near volcanoes had little that might help them to anticipate an eruption. A deep rumble, a puff of smoke, and ash might foreshadow a major volcanic event. Or a volcano might erupt with no...
This report provides an overview of the changes that occurred in lakes in the region around Mount St. Helens following the eruption of May 18, 1980. Topics include water chemistry, sediment supply, and biology. Other...
This real-life expedition involves science teachers participating in a summer cruise focusing on interdisciplinary research in the geology, biology, chemistry and physics of deep-sea volcanic processes. Access...
This fact sheet provides an overview of the gases emitted by volcanoes, which consist mostly of water vapor, carbon dioxide, and sulfur dioxide. Topics include reasons for studying them, potential hazards, methods for...
This interactive resource adapted from the National Park Service explains the difference between explosive or effusive (lava pours from a vent onto the ground) volcanic eruptions, and describes the hazards associated...
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