What would happen if Mount St Helen’s erupted?
- Anonymous6 months ago
This question makes no sense.
- Atarah DerekLv 77 months ago
The geologists would flock to it. Mt. St. Helens isn't especially dangerous right now as it's been venting adequately since its last eruption.
- ไม่เป็นไรLv 77 months ago
Volcanoes such as Mount St. Helens in Washington state generate a wide variety of phenomena that can alter the earth's surface and atmosphere, endangering people, wildlife, and property. These volcanic dangers include not only an eruption of a mountain and associated lava flows but also ash fall and debris flows
- VelikovskyLv 77 months ago
Probably a lot like what happened in 1980 when it erupted last time.
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- A Yahoo UserLv 77 months ago
Mount Saint Helens isn't in Yellowstone.
That's like asking: what if the Nile River flooded in Argentina?
- CarolOklaNolaLv 77 months ago
The same thing that happened in May 1980, although it might not erupt in the same direction as last time.
Yellowstone is NOT overdue for a super eruption. As long as the geysers keep going off, pressure is NOT building up in the magma chamber. If Mt. Rainier erupts laterally like .t. St Helen's did in the right direction, Seattle and Portland would be buried in ash pretty quickly