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Vallance, James W.

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Typed caption accompanying slides: View of eruption between 18:30 and 18:31. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by J. Vallance) Note: Mount St. Helens - List of color transparencies (slides) of the July 22, 1980 eruption. The following slides (1-114) of the July 22, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens were taken by Jim Vallance, who was in a U.S. Forest Service fixed wing aircraft and by Mike Doukas, Harry Glicken and Rick Hoblitt, who were in a U.S. Geological Survey helicopter. There were three major eruptive pulses on July 22, 1980. They began at 17:14, 18:30 and 19:02 PDT. Additional note: Slides no. 28 through no. 37 show second eruptive pulse. This sequence was taken while moving counter clockwise from...
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Typed caption accompanying slides: Approximately 3 seconds after slide no. 11. Good illustration of "ash fountain" feeding material into the advancing pyroclastic flow. Skamania County, Washington. (Tip of wing of aircraft visible) (Photo by J. Valance) Note: Mount St. Helens - List of color transparencies (slides) of the July 22, 1980 eruption. The following slides (1-114) of the July 22, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens were taken by Jim Vallance, who was in a U.S. Forest Service fixed wing aircraft and by Mike Doukas, Harry Glicken and Rick Hoblitt, who were in a U.S. Geological Survey helicopter. There were three major eruptive pulses on July 22, 1980. They began at 17:14, 18:30 and 19:02 PDT. Additional...
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Typed caption accompanying slides: View of eruption between 18:30 and 18:31. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by J. Vallance) Note: Mount St. Helens - List of color transparencies (slides) of the July 22, 1980 eruption. The following slides (1-114) of the July 22, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens were taken by Jim Vallance, who was in a U.S. Forest Service fixed wing aircraft and by Mike Doukas, Harry Glicken and Rick Hoblitt, who were in a U.S. Geological Survey helicopter. There were three major eruptive pulses on July 22, 1980. They began at 17:14, 18:30 and 19:02 PDT. Additional note: Slides no. 28 through no. 37 show second eruptive pulse. This sequence was taken while moving counter clockwise from...
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Typed caption accompanying slides: View of eruption at 18:26:30 on July 22, 1980. Mount St. Helens. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by J. Vallance) Note: Mount St. Helens - List of color transparencies (slides) of the July 22, 1980 eruption. The following slides (1-114) of the July 22, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens were taken by Jim Vallance, who was in a U.S. Forest Service fixed wing aircraft and by Mike Doukas, Harry Glicken and Rick Hoblitt, who were in a U.S. Geological Survey helicopter. There were three major eruptive pulses on July 22, 1980. They began at 17:14, 18:30 and 19:02 PDT. Additional note: Slides no. 5-25 were taken between 18:25:20 and 18:26:30. This sequence was taken while moving...
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Typed caption not available. Note: Slide numbers 43 - 50 were taken at 19:01 and show the pyroclastic flow as it advances northward. Skamania County, Washington. July 22, 1980. Slide number 51 was taken at 19:02. Slide numbers 52 - 55 were taken at 19:03. Slide numbers 56 - 57 were taken at 19:04. Slide numbers 58 and 59 were taken at 19:04 and 19:05. Slide numbers 60 - 62 are views of the eruption and were taken at 19:06. Slide no. 52, msh_vjw00052_ct, is highlighted in this photo record. Slide no. 52 typed caption: View of eruption at 19:03, the plume develops a mushroom-like head while the elutriate cloud from the pyroclastic flow billows up through the cloud layer. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo...
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