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  Mount Wuteve - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Mount Wuteve   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Here you will find more informations about Mount Wuteve.
Mount Wuteve is a mountain of 1380 metres located in Liberia, making it the highest point of the country.
In terms of the geographic coordinate system, it is considered to be.
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 Yantarni - Description   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
From Wood and Kienle (1990): "Yantarni volcanoA vent in the surface of the Earth through which magma and associated gases and ash erupt; also, the form or structure (usually conical) that is produced by the ejected material.
The volcano was not discovered until 1979, owing to its modest summit elevation, remote location, and lack of documented historic activity.
Its name is taken from the adjacent bay, named on a Russian chart as “Z. Yantarni” for amber purportedly found there.
www.avo.alaska.edu /volcanoes/volcdesc.php?volcname=Yantarni   (677 words)

  
 Mount Wood - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Mount Wood   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Mount Wood - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Mount Wood.
Here you will find more informations about Mount Wood.
Mount Wood (sometimes referred to as Wood Peak) is the seventh highest mountain in Canada and is located in Kluane National Park and Reserve.
www.encyclopedia-glossary.com /en/Mount-Wood.html   (100 words)

  
 Global Volcanism Program | Volcanoes of the World | Volcanoes of Alaska | Data Sources
The stratigraphy of the ejecta from the 1912 eruption of Mount Katmai and Novarupta, Alaska.
Lahars from the 1992 eruptions of Crater Peak, Mount Spurr volcano, Alaska.
Mount Dutton volcano, Alaska: Aleutian arc analog to Unzen volcano, Japan.
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 Lingua Terrae Books Geology Alaska
Potential hazards from future eruptions of Mount St. Helens volcano, Washington.
Hyde, J.H. Upper Pleistocene pyroclastic-flow deposits and lahars south of Mount St. Helens volcano, Washington.
Reed, J.C. Geology of the Mount McKinley Quadrangle, Alaska.
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 Legionnaire's Disease Appears at a Hospital in New Rochelle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Maximum magnitude of shallow earthquakes that are likely to precede large earthquakes (from Parkfield data) is: 3.1 at 1 km (  0 mi) SW  of Mount St. Helens Volcano, WA At CA 1.6 magnitude  on 7/15/2005 7:13:01 AM   13 km (  8 mi) W   of Toms Place, CA is 0.2 km deep.
Helens 1.8 magnitude  on 7/12/2005 7:40:52 PM   1 km (0 mi) E   of Mount St. Helens is 0.1 km deep.
Helens 2 magnitude  on 7/14/2005 11:53:52 AM   0 km (0 mi) S   of Mount St. Helens is 0.1 km deep.
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 Midwest Drought Threatens Crops and Shuts River   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Helens 1.8 magnitude  on 8/15/2005 4:32:53 PM     1 km (  1 mi) SW  of Mount St. Helens Volcano, WA is 0.1 km deep.
Helens 1.9 magnitude  on 8/14/2005 2:00:16 PM     1 km (  1 mi) WSW of Mount St. Helens Volcano, WA is 0.2 km deep.
Helens 2.1 magnitude  on 8/12/2005 11:50:09 PM     1 km (  1 mi) W   of Mount St. Helens Volcano, WA is 0.1 km deep.
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 Ugashik-Peulik - Bibliography
Peulik has been active only twice during historical time, in 1814 and 1852, and the volcano was otherwise quiescent during the 1990s.
Riehle, J. R., Yount, M. E., and Miller, T. P., 1987, Petrography, chemistry, and geologic history of Yantarni volcano, Aleutian volcanic arc, Alaska [abs.]: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin B 1761, 27 p., 1 sheet, scale 1:63,360.
The name Aleutian Range is applied to this 1,600 mile long, narrow belt of peaks reaching from Mount Spurr opposite Anchorage to the island of Attu, close to the continent of Asia."
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 Katmai NP and Aniakchak NM & Preserve: Administrative History (Chapter 14)
During the 1960s, the National Park Service administered only four units in Alaska: Mount McKinley National Park and Katmai, Glacier Bay, and Sitka national monuments.
Although all four units had been incrementally increased in size over the years, no new area had been created since 1925.
A crew was also active at Yantarni Bay, east of the proposal boundary.
www.nps.gov /katm/adhi/adhi14.htm   (6926 words)

  
 americasroof news » Blog Archive » USGS Lists 169 Volcanoes That Need to Be Watched
Based on the NVEWS analysis and volcanic activity as of April 2005, the three highest priority targets for volcano monitoring improvements are:
The volcanoes erupting now – Mount St. Helens in Washington State, Anatahan in the Mariana Islands, and Kilauea in Hawaii – and the volcanoes that are showing periods of significant unrest – Mauna Loa in Hawaii and Mount Spurr in Alaska;
The 13 very high threat volcanoes with inadequate monitoring: nine volcanoes in the Cascade Range of the Western United States: Rainier, Hood, Shasta, South Sister, Lassen, Crater Lake, Baker, Glacier Peak, and Newberry.
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Part 1, The coal field from Gallup eastward toward Mount Taylor with a measured section of pre-Dakota (?) rocks near Navajo Church / by Julian D. Sears.
I 19.3:922-B 1940 Title: Quicksilver deposits of the Mount Diablo district, Contra Costa County, California, by Clyde P. Ross.
I 19.3:1503 1980 Title: Potential hazards from future eruptions in the vicinity of Mount Shasta volcano, northern California / by C. Dan Miller.
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 Table 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
N side of unnamed tributary of Rapid Creek, low on the NE flank of Mount Veniaminof
Hand-dug pit on the W bank of an unnamed creek low on the NW flank of Mount Chiginagak
Small gully low on the W flank of Mount Griggs
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1900-015 MELBOURNE, MOUNT Antarctica 74.350 S 164.700 E D4 1900-016 UNNAMED Antarctica 76.830 S 163.000 E ?
1900-02= EREBUS, MOUNT Antarctica 77.530 S 167.170 E D1 1900-021 ROYAL SOCIETY RANGE Antarctica 78.250 S 163.600 E ?
1900-022 BERLIN, MOUNT Antarctica 76.050 S 136.000 W U 1900-023 ANDRUS, MOUNT Antarctica 75.800 S 132.330 W ?
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