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Plants and Animals (Succession) of Mt St Helens

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Material Type: Tutorial
Date Added to MERLOT: December 27, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 14, 2010
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Author: Shan de Silva, Send email to Shan de Silva, 
Volcano Experts Team, University of North Dakota
Submitter : Marty Zahn


THis website is part of a larger "Volcano World" website that provides a wide range of multimedia and information about volcanoes across the world.  This site describes the environment surrounding Mount St. Helens before and after the volcanic eruption in 1980. This is an excellent illustration of... More

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Primary Audience: Middle School, High School, College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no Copyright: yes
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Avatar for Rebecca Aden
9 years ago

Rebecca Aden (Student)

I spent about 30 minutes to an hour going through the site and creating a
complementary assignment.
The site is well-organized and it is easy to find specific information.
However, there are a few links that do not work.
This could enhance learning due to the good information and the good
pictures. Especially as 1980 is not too long ago, and the volcano may erupt
again, this will keep students' interest. It could have a numer of uses in the
Used in course

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