A Geological Tour: Magnificent Locations of the United States

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The cone construction consists of many layers of hardened lava flows, ash and other volcanic debris and tends to erupt violently. (Topinka, 2000) Some Indians of the Pacific Northwest called Mount St. Helens "Louwala-Clough," or "smoking mountain." due to its constant activity throughout history...
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(Tilling, Topinka, and Swanson, 1990) The mountain was even called the "Fujiyama of America." due to its remarkable resemblance to Mount Fujiyama in Japan. But the name we have come to know it by was given in 1792 by a British Royal Navy Captain by the name of George Vancouver...
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