effects of the 1991 pinatubo eruption

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effects of the 1991 pinatubo eruption

  • 200,000 homes collapsed from ash fall.
  • 1991 harvest destroyed.
  • One million animals killed.
  • Power supplies were cut off and roads and bridges were blocked/destroyed.
  • Planting for 1992 harvest was impossible
  • 6 dies from eruption
  • Earth cooled by 1 degree for three years due to the ash cloud blocking the sun's radiation.
  • 600 died from disease in refugee camps.
  • 200 lahars over the next three months.
  • 70 dies from lahars.
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