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Rapid Erosion at Mount St. Helens

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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.

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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

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