Mount St. Helens: An Outdoor Laboratory

Geologist Dr. Steve Austin called the Mount St. Helens eruption “the geologic event of the twentieth century.” Mount St. Helens was not the largest volcano episode of the last century, but it became the most informative. What can the Mount St. Helens explosions, volcanic mud flows, and rapid ecological recovery tell us about the Genesis Flood?

 

Other episodes in this series:

Mount St. Helens Recovery

The Unique Earth and Unique Universe

The Moon

Hair, Feathers, and Scales

 

                  
 

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