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Typed caption accompanying slide: 19:01 pyroclastic flow continues its advance as helicopter moves west. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by H. Glicken) 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...
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Typed caption accompanying slide: 19:01 pyroclastic flow continues its advance as helicopter moves west. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by H. Glicken) 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...
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These slides of the July 22, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. Jim Vallance was in a U.S. Forest Service fixed wing aircraft and Mike Doukas, Harry Glicken, and Rick Hoblitt were in a U.S. Geological Survey helicopter. There were three major eruptive pulses on July 22, 1980. They begin at 17:14, 18:30 and 19:02 PDT. 19:09 third eruptive pulse, view from west. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by H. Glicken, USGS)
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These slides of the July 22, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. Jim Vallance was in a U.S. Forest Service fixed wing aircraft and by Mike Doukas, Harry Glicken, and Rick Hoblitt were in a U.S. Geological Survey helicopter. There were three major eruptive pulses on July 22, 1980. They begin at 17:14, 18:30 and 19:02 PDT. 19:01 pyroclastic flow continues its advance as helicopter moves to west. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by H. Glicken, USGS)
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Index card: Mount St. Helens viewed from Coldwater Ridge, taken in early May. Bulge at upper left side of peak between Dogs Head and Goat Rocks. Note dense fir forest. Skamania County, Washington. May 17, 1980. (Photo by Harry Glicken, USGS/CVO; same as MSH-BE_VOLC-00003ct).
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Typed caption accompanying slide: 19:05 third eruptive pulse, view from west. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by H. Glicken) 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...
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Slide description and index card: At Coldwater II observation station, a scientist (back to camera near rear of vehicle) uses a laser ranging instrument to measure distances to reflector targets on the northern side of Mount St. Helens, including the unstable bulge around (left and center parts of the mountain as viewed here). Dogs Head is on the skyline to the right of the tree, and Goat Rocks, the lava dome that formed during an eruptive period in the 1840s is directly above the rear of the vehicle. Trailer at right. Skamania County, Washington. May 4, 1980. (Photo by Harry Glicken). Similar to cvoe0007_ct. Portion published as Figure 16 in U.S. Geolgoical Survey. Professional Paper 1249. 1982.
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Index card: Oblique aerial view of Mount St. Helens, after the May 18 eruption, from the same point as photo 72ct (cvoa0072_ct). Forests are gone. Light-colored material is pumice from pyroclastic flows. Note material blasted over ridge into South Coldwater Creek. Skamania County, Washington. September 8, 1980. (Photo by Harry Glicken, USGS/CVO).
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Album caption and slide description: MSH-Branch of Exhibits no.3 cp: Mount St. Helens. Geologist Dave Johnston at Coldwate II, smiling at the photographer. Skamania County, Washington. May 17, 1980. (Photo by H. Glicken) (Same as MSH-BE-VOLC-0015ct and MSH no. 11 (msh00011) (msh_boe_volc0015_ct)). Slide index card: Volcanologist David A. Johnston writing field notes on Coldwater II observation station the evening before he was killed by the lateral blast of the Mount St. Helens eruption. Earlier in the day, Johnston had collected volcanic gas samples from a fumarole high on the unstable northern side of the volcano. This photo was taken by Harry Glicken who was relieved of his observer duties at Coldwater II by...
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Slide description and index card: Mount St. Helens. Geodimeter crew at Timberline parking lot. Skamania County, Washington. After March 27, before May 19, 1980. (Photo by H. Glicken).
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Slide description and index card: David A. Johnston and assistant Harry Glicken were lifted by helicopter to a precarious landsite nearby. This is a distant view of Johnston crouched at the edge of the fumarole high on the unstable north-side bulge and collecting the gas samples. Skamania County, Washington. May 17, 1980. (Photo by Harry Glicken). Same as MSH-BE-VOLC no. 17ct (msh_boe_volc0017_ct). Published as Figure 20-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 1249. 1982.
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Slide description and index card: Photograph of Mount St. Helens before the May 18, 1980 eruption, taken from exactly the same spot as photo MSH-Rosenbaum, J.G. no. 120 (msh_rj000120_ct), at Coldater II observation station, 5.7 miles north-northwest of the peak. Skamania County, Washington. May 17, 1980. (Photo by Harry Glicken). Published as frontispiece, bottom photo, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 1249. 1982.
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Typed caption accompanying slide: 19:05 third eruptive pulse, view from west. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by H. Glicken) 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...
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Typed caption accompanying slide: 19:01 pyroclastic flow continues its advance as helicopter moves west. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by H. Glicken) 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...
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Typed caption accompanying slide: 19:01 pyroclastic flow continues its advance as helicopter moves west. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by H. Glicken) 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...
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Typed caption accompanying slides: 18:56 ampitheater seen from the north about 5 minutes prior to third eruptive pulse. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by H. Glicken) 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...
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Typed caption information: 19:01 pyroclastic flow continues to develop, ash fountain increses. Skamania County, Washington. MSH-7/22/80 Eruption. Note: Mike Doukas, Harry Glicken, and Rick Hoblitt were in a U.S. Geological Survey helicopter. There were three major eruptive pulses on July 22, 1980. They begin at 17:14, 18:30 and 19:02 PDT. 19:01 pyroclastic flow continues its advance as helicopter moves to west. (Photo by H. Glicken, USGS)
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Typed caption accompanying slide: 19:01 pyroclastic flow continues its advance as helicopter moves west. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by H. Glicken) 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...
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Typed caption accompanying slide: 19:00 amiptheater seen from the north about 1 minute prior to third eruptive pulse. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by H. Glicken) 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...
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Typed caption accompanying slides: Stereopair with slide no. 4 showing the crater from the north at 17:56 between the 1st and 2nd eruptive pulses. Skamania County, Washington. (Photo by H. Glicken) The link to slide no. 4, msh_ghx00004_ct, is located under the Related Items below. 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...


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