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  1. On your computer, launch Internet Explorer.

  2. Go to educatoral.com/web_sites.html

  3. Scroll down to Mt Saint Helens Scavenger Hunt and click on that link.

  4. On the Mt Saint Helens Scavenger Hunt webpage, click on the first link for the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument Website and find the answers to the following questions.

  5. Please write your answers on a separate sheet of paper with the proper heading. Do not write the questions.

  6. If you finish early, go back to educatoral.com/web_sites.html and scroll down to the Mt Saint Helens Activity webpage and complete that activity on a separate sheet of paper.



Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument Website


http://www.fs.fed.us/gpnf/mshnvm/

  1. Welcome section: Because of the 1980 eruption, what did the President and Congress do in 1982 and why did they do it?

  2. General Visitor Information section (Visit and Discover the Drama of an Active Volcano): How far down the Toutle River did the rock debris avalanche travel?

  3. The video we saw in class said that the blast destroyed 347 square miles of forest. How many square miles does the General Visitor Information section (Visit and Discover the Drama of an Active Volcano) say the blast destroyed?

  4. Until what year did the volcano continue to erupt after the original 1980 eruption?

  5. How did the lava dome get created? (Hint: they used a breakfast food to describe this.)

  6. General Visitor Information section (25 Years of Change): What is the difference between the Pumice Plain in 1979 and the Pumice Plain in 1981?

  7. General Visitor Information section (Mount St. Helens Volcano Review): What kind of eruption occurred on Mt Saint Helens on Oct 1, 2004?

  8. How big was the lava dome by February 2005?

  9. What are the five things you can do to help protect the Mt Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument area?

  10. What does the yellow area on the map represent?

  11. General Visitor Information section: Can you climb Mt Saint Helens?

  12. General Visitor Information section (Camping in the Shadow of a Volcano): How can you guarantee your family a campsite?

  13. How many campsites are there?

  14. General Visitor Information section (Mount St Helens Visitor Center at Silver Lake): What are the hours it’s open in the winter?

  15. What does the visitor center include?

  16. General Visitor Information section (Coldwater Ridge Visitor Center): What are its hours of operation May through October?

  17. What does this center include?

  18. General Visitor Information section (Johnston Ridge Observatory): What are its hours of operation from May to October.

  19. What does this center include?

  20. General Visitor Information section (Photo Gallery): Click on the Photo Gallery link in the Related Information section. Then use the drop down menu on the top right of the Photo Gallery page to see the pictures. Go to page 2 and draw some MSH pictures!

Before the 1980 Eruption

(Draw a picture, labeled and colored)

During the 1980 Eruption


(Draw a picture, labeled and colored)

After the 1980 Eruption


(Draw a picture, labeled and colored)

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