Rapid Erosion at Mount St. Helens | The Institute for Creation Research
 
Rapid Erosion at Mount St. Helens

Download PDFDownload Rapid Erosion at Mount St. Helens PDF

Published in: Origins, volume 11, number 2, pp. 90–98, 1984.

© 1984 Geoscience Research Institute, 11060 Campus Street, Loma Linda, California, 92350, USA. All Rights Reserved.

Abstract

How rapidly can a canyon form? Mount St. Helens has provided some clues. Numerous features there indicate the required erosion was rapid, contrary to conventional geomorphic theory.

Keywords

Mount St. Helens Volcano, 18 May 1980 Eruption, Erosion Features, Rapid Rockslide Debris, Steam Explosion Pits, Gully Erosion, Mudflow Erosion, Dendritic Erosion Pattern, Miniature “Grand Canyon,” Mass Wasting

For Full Text

Please see the Download PDF link above for the entire article.

The Latest
NEWS
DNA Repair Research Reveals Astounding Complexity
You have been designed with many trillions of cells. Within the nucleus of each cell (except for red blood cells) is the “molecule of life”...

NEWS
Photosynthesis: Clearly Designed from the Beginning
Unique structures in rare bacteria suggest the amazing process of photosynthesis is much “older” than evolutionists assumed. Photosynthesis...

NEWS
Under the Stars at ICR
On the evening of Friday, August 2, 154 creation enthusiasts attended an astronomy-themed evening at the ICR Discovery Center for Science and Earth...

NEWS
Inside August 2019 Acts & Facts
Why did we build the ICR Discovery Center for Science & Earth History? What solved mystery near Norway confirms Flood geology? How do bats, bees,...

NEWS
Rapid Chernobyl Adaptations Surprise Evolutionists
A recent Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) report highlighted creatures’ designed innate capacity to self-adjust to incredibly challenging exposures.1...