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Date of Mount St Helens
18th May 1980
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Plate boundary of Mount St Helens
Destructive
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Plate names where Mount St Helens is located
North American and Juan de Fuca
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Predict method X2
Monitor gas levels seismometers
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Prepare mathod X3
Evacuate exclsuin zone emergency supplies
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Protect method X2
Cool lava divert flow
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Benfit of living near a volcano X3
Geothermal power fertile soil tourism
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Differences between continental and oceanic crust
Density and renewablity
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Where are oceanic trenches found
Oceanic crust underneath continental at a destructive plate boundary
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How are fold mountains formed
2 continental plates collide and buckle upwards
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Shield volcano shape
Low and wide base
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Composite volcano shape
Steep, tall and narrow
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Shield volcano qualities
Runny lava and ash, non violent but frequent eruptions
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Composite volcano features
Thick lava and ash, violent and infrequent eruptions
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Shield volcano pm
Constructive
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Composite volcano pm
Destructive
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Supervolcano example and location
Yellowstone in America
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Supervolcano appearance
Caldera, above a hot spot
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Short term volcano effect
Pyroclatic flow and poisonous gases
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Long term volcano effect
Rebuild of homes and removal of ash
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Mercalli scale measures?
Amount of damage by eye witness
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Richter scale measures?
Strength and power
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Destructive

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Plate boundary of Mount St Helens

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North American and Juan de Fuca

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Monitor gas levels seismometers

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Evacuate exclsuin zone emergency supplies

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