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Steam Venting in Mount St. Helens

Steam Venting in Mount St. Helens

Posted: 02/26/13

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As part of a sustained 2004-2008 eruptive event, plumes of steam rise from two areas of the main lava dome occupying the bottom of Mount St. Helens' huge 1980 crater. A smoldering rockfall cascades down the left (NE) side of highest part of the dome. We Oklahoma-based photographers felt quite fortunate to catch part of a steam eruption under such fair skies.

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